About Carolina Parent
For more than 20 years, Carolina Parent has helped generations of parents raise their children. We are known as the most trusted resource in the Triangle, and we take this responsibility seriously. Over the past two decades, Carolina Parent has persisted in fulfilling our mission of providing the highest standard of parenting information and advice.
Founded in 1988, the free monthly Carolina Parent publication, continues to inform, support and advise parents throughout the Triangle area. Parents pick up copies of the magazine at places they frequent: libraries, grocery stores, public and private schools, preschools, day care centers, medical offices and area hospitals, retail locations and other family-friendly sites.
Carolina Parent also provides additional annual publications: Baby & Toddler; GPS (Go. Play. See.); Special Kids for families with special-needs children; and our Education Guide.
We also have annual special events such as the Camp & Education Fair and our Women@Work breakfast.
We are part of Carolina Parenting Inc., a trio of magazines with readers across North Carolina. Carolina Parenting publishes award-winning local monthly parenting magazines in each of the state's three largest metro markets.
Carolina Parent magazine distributes 44,000 copies and covers Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary and other cities in the Triangle area.
Charlotte Parent magazine distributes 55,000 and covers Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Iredell, Lincoln, Union and York counties.
Piedmont Parent magazine distributes 31,000 and covers Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point in the Triad.
Carolina Parent and CarolinaParent.com Office:
5716 Fayetteville Rd., Suite 201
Durham, NC, 27713
Phone: 919-956-2430 Fax: 919-956-2427
Carolina Parenting, Inc.
214 West Tremont Ave., Suite 302
Charlotte, NC, 28203
Phone: (Toll free) 1-866-932-6495 or 704-248-5218
Editorial interns work directly with the editors and other staff and may be introduced to different aspects of the magazine. They are expected to take responsibility for their own special projects and daily tasks, which vary with the monthly production cycle. News-style interviewing and writing experience and knowledge of Associated Press style is required for editorial interns.
Find more information about editorial internships and learn how to apply.