Join Our Staff

Are you a current Jewell student in any major  looking to express your creativity and love of the arts while also building your resume? Interested in a future career in publishing, editing or working in another communication field? Looking to sharpen your leadership skills or hone your ability to work as part of a team? Want to gain hands-on experience in project management, event planning, web design or social media? 


If you answered "YES" to any of these questions, joining Inscape may be for you! Read on below for a description of our staff positions and current openings.

If you are interested in any of our open positions, please contact Jenna Hultgren, Inscape's Editor-in-Chief or Dr. Ruth Williams, Inscape's Faculty Adviser through your Jewell email. 
We assemble our staff in the fall of each year. 

Editor-in-Chief Filled in 21-22

Main Responsibilities
  • Meeting w/ Faculty Adviser
  • Delegating Tasks to Editorial Staff
  • Facilitating Staff Communication (Reminders, Follow-ups, etc.)
  • Organizing Submissions for Selection Process
  • Leading Issue Creation w/ Genre Editors
  • Formatting & Publishing Print Issue
  • Sending Acceptances/Rejections
  • Planning Events

 

Expected Time Commitment

Fall:  2-3 hours / month

Spring:  2-4 hours / month

Best for sophomore to senior students who have had experience with or are comfortable in leadership positions. 

Managing Editor
Open in 21-22

Web Editor
Filled in 21-22
 

Main Responsibilities
  • Updating Website
  • Maintaining Submission Form
  • Designing and Publishing Web Issue w/ Managing Editor

 
Main Responsibilities
  • Meeting w/ Faculty Adviser
  • Working w/ Editor-in-Chief to Facilitate Editorial Work
  • Social Media Posts

  • Posters/Fliers (Copies, Permissions, Posting)

  • Organize Web Issue w/ Web Editor

  • Planning Events

Best for student familiar with Wix or other web design software and/or willingness to learn. 

Expected Time Commitment

Fall:  1-2 hours total

Spring:  5 - 10 hours total

Best for students at any level who are interested in developing leadership & communication skills. After serving as Managing Editor, students often become Editor-in-Chief. 

Expected Time Commitment

Fall:  2-3 hours / month

Spring:  2-4 hours / month

Genre Editors

Main Responsibilities
  • Assist w/ Reader Selection Process

  • Overseeing submission selection process for your genre (Reading submissions, voting, Keeping readers on-time, reporting results)

  • Ordering Paper Issue w/ other Genre Editors
    Planning Events

Poetry = Open in 21-22
Fiction = Open in 21-22
Creative Nonfiction = Open in 21-22

Art (Visual, Digital, Music, Etc.) = Filled for 21-22

Best for students who have completed at least one course in genre of choice and who have comfort delegating / leading a team. There is one genre editor per genre who oversees 1-2 readers.

Expected Time Commitment

Fall:  2-3 hours total

Spring:  1-2 hours / month

Readers

Main Responsibilities
  • Reading and voting on submissions on-time

  • Participating in Events

Best for students who have experience with genre of choice and who are interested in gaining experience as part of a team. There are usually 1-2 readers per genre.

Expected Time Commitment

Fall:  1-2 hours total

Spring:  2-4 hours total

Poetry = Openings in 21-22
Fiction = Openings in 21-22
Creative Nonfiction = Openings in 21-22

Art (Visual, Digital, Music, Etc.) = Openings for 21-22

If you are interested in any of our open positions, please contact either Jenna Hultgren, Inscape's Editor-in-Chief or Dr. Ruth Williams, Inscape''s Faculty Adviser through your Jewell email.