Work at C-VILLE

Magazine editors wanted!

C-VILLE Weekly is looking for freelance editors for two of our quarterly magazines, Abode (home and garden) and c-biz (local business), as well as a lead editor for Best Of C-VILLE, our annual city guide.

Candidates should have some editing and writing experience, the ability to manage a project over several months and meet deadlines, and most importantly, a strong vision for what the publication could be and lots of story ideas. For Abode, an eye for design is also helpful!

Send your resume, a brief email explaining your interest, and 2-3 clips to editor@c-ville.com.

Internships

C-VILLE Weekly is currently hiring interns for summer 2020. Although our internships are unpaid, we offer college credit where applicable, and the opportunity for you to get real-world journalism experience—no coffee runs for you, unless of course you WANT to bring us coffee, for which we will be eternally grateful. We’re also partial to pie.

Several of our interns have transitioned into freelance writers once their internships have ended; our goal is to cultivate great writers who understand our voice and viewpoint in the local community.

Think you’re the right fit for one of the internships below? Send a note to the appropriate editor and include your résumé and three to five clips.

News 

As a news intern, you’ll pitch, report, and write articles and news briefs that will be published online and in our print edition. You’ll also post stories through WordPress and help manage social media. You’ll gain experience in a professional newsroom and learn what makes this town tick. Our news team is especially interested in equity, development, climate, and local government. Some  reporting experience is preferred, and a sense of humor is a must. Contact editor-in-chief Laura Longhine at editor@c-ville.com.

Culture 

Our Culture section covers what’s happening around town, from restaurants and wineries to music and visual art. As a Culture intern you’ll work on our weekly events calendar and have the opportunity to pitch and write stories and picks. You’ll also post stories through WordPress and help manage social media. Contact editor Tami Keaveny at tami@c-ville.com.

 


Write for us!

We’re always looking for freelance contributors. Got an idea? Send a brief pitch—no more than a couple paragraphs—explaining why this story would be relevant and interesting to our readers and why you’re the best person to write it. Links to your previous work is helpful. Send your pitch to the appropriate editor:

Cover stories or general queries: Laura Longhine, editor@c-ville.com

News: Ben Hitchcock, news@c-ville.com, or Brielle Entzminger, reporter@c-ville.com

Culture: Tami Keaveny culture@c-ville.com

Knife&Fork, Abode,  c-biz, or Unbound: Laura Longhine, editor@c-ville.com

 

About C-VILLE Weekly: C-VILLE Weekly, Charlottesville’s News & Arts Weekly, has been the alternative voice of the community since 1989. Located directly on the historic pedestrian mall in downtown Charlottesville, the heart of the city, ours is a professional work environment that is energetic, passionate, dedicated, and fun.  C-VILLE is always on the look out for creative, intelligent, and outgoing individuals to join our team. We might not have an opening for you currently, but if you feel you have something to offer, go ahead and send a letter and/or resume: email: aimee [at] c-ville.com; snail-mail: C-VILLE Weekly, 308 E. Main St., Charlottesville, VA 22902.

Equal Employment Opportunity C-VILLE Weekly is committed to being an equal opportunity employer and makes all employment-related decisions based on job-related criteria only. This means that C-VILLE Weekly does not discriminate and will not allow discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex (gender), sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, and/or any other legally protected status. Our policy of equal employment opportunity applies to applicants, current staff members, and past employees. It applies to all aspects of the employment relationship, including but not limited to applications and initial employment, promotions and transfers, demotions, termination, compensation and benefits, and training opportunities.

Individuals with Disabilities Regarding equal employment, please note that C-VILLE Weekly strongly supports the policies contained in the rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Veteran’s Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), and other state and federal laws on the subject of disabilities in the workplace setting.