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Thread: ILW.COM Internship Opportunity - Legal Web Content

  1. #1
    ILW.COM has an immediate, New York City based, internship opportunity for legal web content (full time OR part time) for upto 10 weeks.

    What ILW.COM offers:
    We offer a unique opportunity to work in an exciting, energetic environment of a small law publishing company which operates one of the most important websites on immigration law in the world. You will learn a variety of skills necessary to launch a career as a paralegal, and we will provide the requisite computer training required to do the job along with a modest stipend. ILW.COM team-members enjoy an informal and friendly small-company environment with a casual dress code policy. Our office is close to all public transportation and is located in mid-town Manhattan.

    What the internship involves:
    The internship involves some legal web content duties and some administrative duties The legal web content duties are diverse and include basic web design, social networks, etc. Our working hours are from 9am to 6pm (includes 1 hour lunch), but the opportunity can be tailored for part time work (20 hours a week) during those hours for the right candidate.

    The right candidate must have the following:
    Must have basic internet and computer skills and must be pursuing an educational program in paralegal studies or related field. Must be able to work independently. Must be able to juggle multiple tasks and priorities.

    Interested applicants should send a resume by email to webmaster@ilw.com.

  2. #2
    ILW.COM has an immediate, New York City based, internship opportunity for legal web content (full time OR part time) for upto 10 weeks.

    What ILW.COM offers:
    We offer a unique opportunity to work in an exciting, energetic environment of a small law publishing company which operates one of the most important websites on immigration law in the world. You will learn a variety of skills necessary to launch a career as a paralegal, and we will provide the requisite computer training required to do the job along with a modest stipend. ILW.COM team-members enjoy an informal and friendly small-company environment with a casual dress code policy. Our office is close to all public transportation and is located in mid-town Manhattan.

    What the internship involves:
    The internship involves some legal web content duties and some administrative duties The legal web content duties are diverse and include basic web design, social networks, etc. Our working hours are from 9am to 6pm (includes 1 hour lunch), but the opportunity can be tailored for part time work (20 hours a week) during those hours for the right candidate.

    The right candidate must have the following:
    Must have basic internet and computer skills and must be pursuing an educational program in paralegal studies or related field. Must be able to work independently. Must be able to juggle multiple tasks and priorities.

    Interested applicants should send a resume by email to webmaster@ilw.com.

  3. #3
    Does that mean we get a monitor here at the discussion board?

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