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Write Every Day and Celebrate Your Wins As a Full-Time Copywriter in the Big Apple

The K-12 Services division of The Princeton Review provides programs and materials to the largest public school districts in the U.S. Their marketing department needs a junior copywriter for their New York office. You’ll help them grow their current customers and bring in new ones by writing every day. You’ll write email campaigns, print ads, proposals, web copy, brochures, white papers and more. Be prepared for intense deadline pressure at times, and equally intense celebrations of your wins. Salary is $65,000/year plus benefits. Qualifications include being skilled in the art of persuasion, a strong attention to detail, an ability to explain complex topics, and proficiency in Word, PowerPoint and Excel. You get extra credit if you’ve taught in public schools. AWAI members may apply directly through Or contact Katrina Bergen at no later than 12/19/08.

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Published: December 11, 2008

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