Proposal Content Writer & Editor Intern


Medica is a non-profit health insurance company headquartered in Minneapolis with offices in St. Paul, Duluth, St. Cloud Fargo and Omaha. The company is active across the heart of America and provider health care coverage in multiple markets. Medica is engaged in our communities through the charitable grant-making work of the Medica Foundation and through active employee giving and volunteer programs.

Position Details

Proposal Content Writer & Editor Intern
Twin Cities Metro
Minnetonka, MN

Due to COVID, Medica will host a virtual, 12-week, paid Internship Program. Interns will have the opportunity to network within Medica and with other Interns through weekly Lunch-and-Learns and opportunities to hear from Medica’s Executives. We strive to offer a well-rounded education of the inner workings of a health plan. Each internship offers a meaningful experience and impactful projects you’ll be able to discuss with future employers. Interns have the opportunity to hear from past Medica Interns that were hired on as well as attend a volunteer opportunity within the community. At Medica, we look forward to our Summer Internship Program each year.

The Proposal Content Writer and Editor Intern will assist with developing proposals, bids, quotations, or other documents describing organizational products and services in response to requests from prospective clients. They will collaborate with various departments to ensure content is complete, accurate, and timely.


  • Currently pursuing an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree; ideal majors include communications, journalism, writing, business, marketing or related field Microsoft Office
  • Proficiency: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Skills and Abilities:

  • Strong time-management skills 
  • Detail-oriented with writing/editing skills 
  • Ability to work as part of a team in a deadline-driven environment 
  • Exhibits flexibility and adaptability in a dynamic, complex business environment 
  • Proactive, self-starter with a focus on process improvement

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