Step Right Up and Get Yer Priceless Experience

wintour at show Step Right Up and Get Yer Priceless ExperienceUnpaid internships may be under scrutiny, but paying for internships remains A-OK! CharityBuzz is now auctioning off the “priceless week-long experience” of a stint at Vogue, estimated value $10,000. There are no bids yet.

If a week seems like too long of a commitment, though, there’s always the option of a day at Glamour with Editor Cindy Leive, a must for any young women who is pursuing a career in fashion [or] journalism.” CharityBuzz puts the value of a Glamour-day at $1,000, making it approximately half as valuable as a day at Vogue, or roughly equivalent to lunch with Ruth Reichl.

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