Work Location

Corporate Office – 57 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Position Description

Do you want to work on projects that make a positive difference in the world? Are you looking for actual, front-line experience that will make your resume stand out from all the rest? Are you passionate about blogging, social media, content marketing, and advertising? 

If you answered yes to the questions above, then you should apply to become our next Content Marketing/Social Media Marketing Intern. 

And if unlimited soda on-tap, a downtown office overlooking Temple Square, hourly wage, and school credit aren’t enough to get you excited to come to work every day, consider this: joining our content team is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help build something that brings about positive change in the world.

In the last year, we’ve stepped up our game in content marketing and have more than tripled our online traffic to as much as 5 million page views in a month. As our intern, you’ll have inside access to traffic growth strategies, social media tactics, and so much more.

Additionally, you will be responsible for helping coordinate content creation, marketing that content on social media, sending our daily email, managing advertisements, and contributing to traffic and revenue growth.

We’re looking for someone with an entrepreneurial attitude who’s not afraid to take chances and think big. We’re a small team working on some big projects and we need someone who can jump in and do great things.

Company description:

LDS Living is a thriving web site and bi-monthly magazine. We address issues that are relevant to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and that celebrate our unique culture. We complement spiritual issues and strive to support the lifestyle and beliefs of our readers. 

Required Skills

Applicants for this internship should possess skills and experience related to online communication, social media marketing, content creation, and blogging. Skills and experience in web design, video production, print journalism, photography, and email marketing are a definite plus.

Additional Information

This is a paid internship opportunity ($10/hr) that requires approximately 40 hours per week during regular business hours for 15 weeks, starting on April 29, 2019 and ending on August 9, 2019.


Merchandise discount, great work environment, and an excellent internship experience. Academic credit is available as arranged by the student through their college or university.


Also, the Writing Internship from an earlier post appears to still be available!

Writing Internship

Position Description

LDS Living magazine is looking for a writing intern who is comfortable with writing about news and culture relevant to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, someone who wants experience writing a variety of styles, and someone who wants experience working for a professional publication. This is a paid internship and the hours are flexible (20-40 hours a week), but we want someone who is dedicated and willing to learn. There are no glorified coffee (or hot chocolate) fetchers here. We give our interns practical experience with news, opinion, and blog writing that will reach an audience of hundreds of thousands.

Required Skills

Applicants should be working toward a degree in English, Writing, or Journalism or have recently graduated with a major or minor in these areas. This internship requires solid writing and interviewing skills as well as experience in journalistic and online writing.

Additional Information

This is a paid internship opportunity ($10/hr) that requires approximately 20-40 hours per week during regular business hours. The internship runs for 15 weeks, beginning on April 29, 2019 and ending on August 9, 2019.

Application Instructions

Complete a Workday application from our website (–Summer-2019-_R1406) and send cover letter, resume, and two or three writing samples to Andrea Barker at abarker{at} without writing samples will not be considered.

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