There has never been a more exciting time to work at The New York Times Company. As a summer intern, you will have the opportunity to help our readers better understand the world. During the 10-week program at our headquarters in New York City, you will work closely with our teams, attend sessions with leaders from across the organization and more importantly, make a significant contribution to our products. All internships are paid.

(Multiple locations, including remote)

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Internship openings include the following:


The New York Times is seeking inventive and motivated interns to join the Licensing Group. In this role you will understand all facets of editing, from story selection to collaborating with a team in achieving results. You will learn the relationship between the various editorial departments and functions. In addition, you will embed with the Editorial team to help produce the content for the News Service, Large Print Weekly, Spending Well, early and late Time Digest, and Photo/Graphics.

As a Licensing Editorial intern, you will:

  • Learn to elevate and refine your copy-editing/proofing skills through various editorial projects
  • Participate in budgeting/planning of story selections and resources
  • Suggest products for use by the Sales team
  • Receive feedback from various editorial functions, e.g., Editorial Development, Syndicate
  • Learn to navigate and respond to client/sales requests for information about story use, rights, and availability
  • Learn to understand decisions that inform Editors’ curation choices of content for various projects


The New York Times is seeking inventive and motivated interns to join the Licensing Group. In this role, you will develop an understanding of real-world content marketing strategies and content licensing. You will hone your research skills and provide a competitive analysis of the financial industry that will be used by the sales team for business development. The intern will have the opportunity to shadow the marketing team and observe how the marketing function interacts with business development to drive growth. You will also learn about writing and design for marketing by crafting a deck as a final deliverable.

As a Market Research intern, you will:

  • Conduct research on the latest marketing strategies by examining prominent financial companies online

  • Attend decision-making meetings with Creative Strategists, Marketing and Sales teams to gain real-world insights into how each of these functions interact and work together to accomplish business objectives

  • Analyze and synthesize information into reports and a presentation

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