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Silhouette Literary and Art Magazine is currently accepting applications for the following listed positions! Interested parties are encouraged to send in an application even if you are not sure exactly what role you would like to take on in the magazine yet! Applications will remain open until September 18th.
Social Media Representatives are in charge of running our social media, which consists of our Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook as well as our website. We seek individuals who are able to consistently produce content and manage these platforms in order to achieve a wider outreach on Virginia Tech's campus.
Silhouette designers are charged with the task of creating all of our promotional content, which includes, but is not limited to: our merchandise, the layout of the magazine, submission campaign material, and event flyers. We tend to seek individuals who have comprehensive knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud applications, specifically InDesign.
Photography editors are in charge of campaigning for submissions and selecting the highest quality photos to be featured in the magazine. Photography editors should have background knowledge in different photographic techniques and styles.
Bloggers write weekly for Silhouette's blog. As a blogger, individuals have creative liberties to write about their passions, their experiences, and creative events happening on Virginia Tech's campus. The goal of our blog is to engage students with weekly content that is relevant to their college experience.
Art and Design editors are in charge of campaigning for submissions and selected the highest quality art and design pieces to be featured in the magazine. Art and Design Editors should have background knowledge in different art and design techniques and styles.
Prose editors are in charge of campaigning for submissions and selecting the highest quality writings to be featured in the magazine. Prose editors should have background knowledge in different prose styles and techniques.
Poetry editors are in charge of campaigning for submissions and selecting the highest quality poems to be featured in the magazine. Editors should have background knowledge in different poetic styles and techniques and be prepared to read a high volume of submissions as this is one of our most popular categories.
Special events coordinators are in charge of planning and executing events related to the magazine, including but not limited to: open mic nights, magazine sales, and launch parties. Special events coordinators will work closely with the business manager and should be organized and confident in their ability to plan engaging events.
If you have any questions about the application process or the positions that we have available please e-mail our Editor-in-Chief, Isa Diaz at