Europe and Me Magazine: Join the Team

Deadline: 7 March, 2013
Open to: young journalists, IT people, visionaries, sceptics, scientists, or political thinkers from all over the world, interested in Europe and proficient in English
Benefits: experience as a journalist in the international online magazine

Have you ever noticed that almost all media have a national angle? Would you like to change the way we write about Europe? And do you want to be part of an international team which stretches from Russia to Portugal, via Amsterdam and New York? Europe & Me magazine is currently looking for new editors.

Europe & Me is Europe’s first online lifestyle magazine created by young Europeans for young Europeans. It’s both transnational and personal – a magazine for the whole self, as innovative and exciting as it is intellectually challenging.


As a E&M editor

  • You will head one of the six sections of the magazine. You’ll decide which stories we run and how we present them.
  • You’ll be responsible for motivating your authors, assessing their work and giving them direction.
  • You’ll have the right to decide on most matters related to the running of the magazine: partnerships, financial matters, marketing strategies, organisational structure, future projects and workshops
  • You’ll have the opportunity to get involved in project management, which might mean planning and organising a training workshop for European journalists, running a debating event or creating a journalism prize. This is a great way to gain experience in writing funding applications and learning how to organise a budget!

As a E&M tech editor

  • You will use your tech skills to change the way we see Europe!
  • You’ll have a flexible role, which will depend on your interests.
  • You’ll get useful experience in a whole range of areas, and meet people from all over Europe.

Both roles place you at the core of the magazine – an expanding project with plenty of opportunity for you to use your own creativity. In the last two years, we’ve won the Charlemagne Youth Prize, organised two extremely over-subscribed workshops and added a new section to the magazine – but there’s always room to go further!


The formal criteria are as follows:

  • you must be below 35 years of age
  • you must be proficient in English (preferably English on the level C1 of the European reference frame which is equivalent to iB-TOEFL 100 points or IELTS 6.5 points)

You have to be interested in Europe and to be 100% reliable and responsible.


The project is fully voluntary and not for profit, and all positions are unpaid.

Benefits are the following:

  • doing something good for the European citizens
  • a possibility of working with exceptional people
  • learning
  • realising your ideas
  • fun
  • building your career

How to apply

You can submit your application here

For more information, contact

Deadline for applications: 7th of March 2013.

The Official website

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