Want to be a part of something special? We are a collaboration of Harry Potter fans passionate about making MuggleNet the best source of news and information on the web. We’re looking to recruit highly dedicated, hard-working fans to join the MuggleNet team.

Unpaid internships at MuggleNet are highly coveted positions; within days of opening a new position, we typically receive hundreds of applicants. This is because fans know the work they do will be seen and appreciated by literally millions of people every year.

In addition, working at MuggleNet can look good on your resume. There have been many cases in which employment experience at MuggleNet has helped staff members land desirable jobs and get in to top universities.

7 Reasons Why MuggleNet Internships Are Awesome

7 Reasons Why MuggleNet Internships Are Awesome

1. You’ll make lifelong friends.
It’s okay, you can admit it to us. Maybe you don’t have as many Harry Potter friends as you would like. What’s a Harry Potter friend? Someone you can share your passion for Potter with. Someone you can become best friends with (most of us made best friends through MuggleNet). When volunteering for us, you’ll meet fellow staff members who love Potter just as much as you do, and it forms friendships you’ll keep forever.

2. This stuff is great resume material.
MuggleNet has made its fair share of contributions to that all important piece of paper, from college admissions to work applications. What you do on MuggleNet will most certainly boost your resume and benefit you in the future. Plus, trying to find out what house your potential boss is in makes for great interview discussion.

3. Your work will be seen by millions of people each year.
Want to feel the international power of Potter and Fantastic Beasts? Reach fans in China or interact with those in South Africa? With millions of Muggles per year visiting our site, your name and work will catch the eyes of countless people across the globe. We’ve heard that a few news outlets read our site as well.

4. Guaranteed protection from the Dark Lord.
Need we say more? If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you know the dangers presented by Lord Voldemort and his followers. MuggleNet promises to shield you from such perils. If you however choose to wander into the realm of dark magic, we are not legally responsible for the outcome and refuse to post bail for your inevitable trip to Azkaban.

5. Cover events for MuggleNet in your area.
You never know when a Harry Potter or Fantastic Beasts event will happen in your neck of the woods. From premieres to conventions, you can be the on-site source reporting live or recapping your experience for the millions of Potter fans around the world. These events are not only a lot of fun, but great networking opportunities.

6. You can do work in your pajamas. Or naked. We don’t judge.
It doesn’t get much easier than rolling out of bed (or sometimes staying in it), grabbing your laptop, and logging on to the Web. You don’t have to shower, brush your teeth, or comb your hair. Just ask Emerson. If you really feel inclined to put on a suit and tie so that people think you’re trading stocks or crunching numbers, we’ll learn to live with it but mock you constantly.

7. Great opportunity for personal growth.
MuggleNet gives you the chance to grow and tap your endless pool of potential. Your input and knowledge is an essential contribution to the overall success of the site. Whether coding, creating graphics, or posting news is your primary responsibility, you’re guaranteed to get a taste of it all. Oh, and you’re allowed to make mistakes from time to time; we promise not to use the Cruciatus Curse.

MuggleNet: Social Media

MuggleNet: Social Media

Big fan of Facebook? Can’t stop tweeting? Addicted to reblogging? Then join the MuggleNet Social Media Team! We are looking for 4-5 passionate Harry Potter fans to help promote MuggleNet on social media in new, creative ways. Specific interest in Twitter, Tumblr, and Snapchat is required for this position.

We need someone who exhibits the following characteristics:

  • Familiarity with all major social media platforms
  • Creativity! Humor! Sass!
  • Able to work in a timely fashion and meet strict deadlines
  • Knowledge of social media schedulers, such as HootSuite or TweetDeck
  • Always working ahead of schedule, never at the last minute
  • Communication is the cornerstone of a good team, and all interns must possess it
  • Good teamwork skills
  • Highly organized
  • Self starter (does not need to be asked to do something)


  • Know how to create Twitter Cards
  • Have a keen eye for video editing

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please send your name, age, location, timezone, social media profiles, relevant experience to along with one thing you love, and one thing you would change about MuggleNet’s Social Media accounts.


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  • Bee

    Hi, I’m thinking of applying, but I do have some questions, if anyone could answer them? First of all, what ages would the internships be available to, and second, when you say what type of writing, does that mean articles, memes, The Quibbler etc.? Last question would be, does it matter where you live or where you are from if you want to apply?

  • Mimi

    can I be emailed when a new position opens?

    • Ashmita

      I would also like to be emailed when a position opens.

      • Kat

        No, sorry, we do not email when positions open. Simply keep checking back!

    • Kat

      No, sorry, we do not email when positions open. Just keep checking back!

  • Claire Carter

    i would be interested when they arise, ill keep checking twitter. i have done some freelance writing and writing for an online magazine . I can provide references and of course i am 100% Harry Potter Fan!!

  • Zahrah

    Hi! I applied for one of the positions and I was wondering if all successful applicants have been notified. Could you let me know? Thanks.

  • Jessica

    Hello, how do you apply I am very interested.

  • тамара

    How to apply?

  • Haley

    What is the time frame that we should expect to hear back about a position once we apply?

    • Kat

      Haley – We regret that we aren’t able to respond to all applications, as we receive hundreds. It’s safe to say that if you don’t hear within 30 days, the position has been filled.

  • Elizabeth

    For creative writing, what would you like to see? Satire, opinions, or even fan fiction? I would love to apply but I would like to make sure I met the requirements or preferred standard.