The publisher of Vogue, Vanity Fair and The New Yorker announced via LinkedIn that it would revive the scheme after a seven-year hiatus, offering paid internships in every department. (Featured internships include a spot in editorial at Glamour or in development and video production at Condé Nast Entertainment.)
In the autumn of 2013, the company discontinued the programme after interns at W and The New Yorker sued the publisher for alleged wage violations. A spokesperson confirmed the relaunch of the initiative.
While Condé Nast continued to employ paid interns during the hiatus, including the hiring of paid fellows, the return to a formalised programme suggests that the publisher may be attempting to standardise recruiting processes, which have often favoured privileged students who already have industry connections. The deadline for applications is April 14, 2021.
You can learn more about currently available internships across the globe via BoF Careers.