conde_nast_logosMedia giant Condé Nast has decided to discontinue its internship program starting in 2014.

This could have something to do with several lawsuits recently filed by former interns against the media company who claimed they were paid below the minimum wage during internships at W and The New Yorker.

Current interns will not be affected and will remain employed through the end of their terms.

The Condé Nast family includes:

  • Vogue
  • W
  • Glamour
  • Allure
  • Self
  • Teen Vogue
  • GQ
  • Details
  • Lucky
  • Architectural Digest
  • Brides 
  • Golf Digest
  • Golf World
  • Bon Appétit
  • Epicurious
  • Gourmet Live
  • Traveler
  • Concierge
  • Condé Nast Johansens
  • Wired
  • Ars Technica
  • Vanity Fair
  • The New Yorker
  • WWD
  • Footwear News


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  • apple

    i guess they should have paid people (min wage, stipend,SOMETHING)instead of having them work full time as slaves in the most expensive city in the country

  • Deb

    wow, so instead of reform, they scrap the whole thing. shows their true intentions all along…I love fashion but don’t care for the industry.

  • Malika

    Frankly, if they expected a paid position I never understood why they applied for or accepted an unpaid position. If it was clear from the jump there would be no compensation, and they wanted money, you just don’t take that internship and keep looking for a paid internship.

    I figured it was a matter of time before this happened.

  • Me

    I worry about a company that can’t afford to pay the people that do the work. At the least I would give a side eye if I was ever thinking about applying for a full time there.