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Hip-Hop Mogul Russell Simmons is Hiring Interns and More

Posted by Admin On April - 14 - 2014

Both internships and jobs available at Global Grind

New York, NY (BlackNews.com) — Russell Simmons, known to many as the godfather of Hip-Hop, is looking to hire both interns and employees to work for one of his companies, GlobalGrind.com. The popular web site chronicles celebrities (and blogs), lifestyle content, entertainment news, fashion, music, and politics with an authoritative voice.

He is particularly looking for college students with an interest in and expertise in the areas of editorial, social media, graphic web design, product management and business development. Internships are located in New York City and are for college credit only.

All internships provide a great opportunity for college students to gain valuable work experience in their field of study and learn from some of the best talent in the industry at a high-profile start-up company. Students with a passion for music, entertainment and social media are especially encouraged to apply.

From time to time, the company also has part-time and full-time jobs available.

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