World of Beer is conducting a nationwide search for beer enthusiasts to take part in unique summer internship program.
The “Drink it Intern” program search kicks off nationwide on March 1 — and Reston’s World Of Beer will be the first place to hold in-person interviews.
The Reston in-tavern interviews interview will take place Wednesday, March 2 from at 4:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Candidates will be interviewed live on the WOB stage and judged by a panel including:
- Sam Calagione, CEO and Founder of Dogfish Head Brewery
- Mike Snider, USA Today
- Jeremy Sundheimer, WOB tavern general manager
World of Beer says interns will be paid to spend the summer traveling to breweries, talking to brewmasters, attending festivals and going abroad to try exclusive beers and have craft beer experiences unlike ever before. It’s a paid gig, but it is part-time, so interns can also have another job of internship, WOB says.
Here is what WOB says it is looking for:
Candidates should be ready to show us their true personality, wow us with their social media and creative prowess, impress us with their passion for beer and food, and own the stage in front of our panelists. We’re looking for social media gurus, aspiring photographers, wanderlust souls, published writers, everyday beer enthusiasts or those who simply always have their phone ready to capture awesome moments. For more information visit World of Beer’s website.
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