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The Washington Monthly is looking for a couple of super-bright and motivated interns for our D.C. offices beginning in September. It’s not a paid internship, alas, but the interns get hands-on experience working on the print magazine and the website (research, fact-checking, promo, and some writing), and the chance to say that they — along with Slate‘s Jake Weisberg, the Washington Post‘s Ezra Klein, and Politico co-founder John Harris — got their start as Washington Monthly interns.

Send resume and any writing samples to editors@washingtonmonthly.com.

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