Nov. 9, 2017
Happy Thursday! Local mag needs a one-day intern for El Tour – read below.
NEW INTERNSHIP LISTINGS:
Perimeter Bicycling Magazine needs a Social Media INTERN for El Tour on Nov. 18 UNPAID
Deadline: Nov. 15. You’ll be in the ESPN studio from 6:30 a.m. to noon, running Twitter and Facebook. Don’t contact them if you aren’t a master of sports usage on Twitter and FB. If interested, send an email to Editor Steve Rivera with your Social Media background. Steve.Rivera95@gmail.com
The Hearst Journalism Fellowship PAID – Two-year program!
Deadline: Jan. 12, 2018. But apply early! For December and May grads (and recent graduates currently working in the field). All FAQs are here and application instructions arehere. Begins August 2018. The Fellowship is a two-year program focusing on journalism in a changing digital world. The Fellowship program consists of two 12-month rotations at our top metro papers. Fellows will receive training, mentoring and real-world experience alongside top journalists who are using cutting-edge tools to tell stories through data, video, and more. Hearst Fellows are full-time employees with competitive salary and benefits, including health insurance and relocation assistance. Candidates must be willing to relocate to San Francisco, Houston, San Antonio, Albany, and/or New Haven as those newspapers employ our Fellows.
PRIOR LISTINGS STILL TAKING APPLICATIONS
Deadline: December 1. All info about the internship program can be found asmeinternship.org One of our students did this internship last year and worked at a magazine in NY. This is a ten-week program for rising college seniors (current juniors) at magazines in New York and Washington. Since the program was founded in 1967, 2,000 college students have worked as ASME interns. Nearly 500 have gone on to successful careers in print and electronic journalism. Interns participate in a three-day orientation program and learn the fundamentals of reporting, fact checking and copy editing. Over the course of the summer, ASME interns attend special events in New York and Washington and meet regularly with top editors. ASME interns report, edit, fact-check and copy-edit for print and online publications. It helps if you are nominated by your School, so if you are interested in applying, see Renee or a favorite professor about nomination. Questions? Come see me.
Apply now at link above. For December grads.
Deadline: Nov. 15. There is no cost whatsoever to attend the Institute. Students are provided with room and board and all of their costs, including transportation to and from the Institute, are paid by The New York Times Company. The Institute is offered once a year in May. Participants must be students (or December or May graduates) who are members of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists or the National Association of Black Journalists or students (or December or May graduates) at a historically black college or university. Remember: You do not have to be black or Hispanic to join NAHJ or NABJ. The next Institute will be held from May 19 to June 3, 2018 for student members of NABJ and NAHJ. Students who think they may have scheduling conflicts should contact the director of the Institute for information about flexible attendance arrangements. More details and instructions on applying at the link above.
Kansas City Star Summer 2018 reporting internships PAID
Deadline: Nov. 15. Candidates should be college juniors, seniors or recent graduates. The interns will work 40 hours a week (including occasional nights and weekends) covering breaking news and enterprise stories. We’re looking for reporters who can spot a good story and know how to write it. Video and social media skills also are a must. Past newsroom internship experience preferred. Application instructions at link above.
The Wall Street Journal Winter Reporting Internship Covering Science and Health Care
For December grads! Location: New York City
Deadline: Nov. 15
Pay: $700 per week
Description: "The Wall Street Journal is seeking undergraduates, recent graduates or graduate students who intend to pursue a career in science journalism. This is a 10-week, full-time paid internship that would start in January or February. It cannot be completed while taking classes. The internship will be based in New York with WSJ’s Health & Science bureau."
Kansas City Star Reporting and Audience Internships
Deadline: Nov. 15
Description: "Reporting interns will cover breaking news and enterprise stories. We’re looking for reporters who can spot a good story and know how to write it. Video and social media skills also are a must. For audience interns we are looking for journalists with writing and editing experience under deadline, clear news judgment and strong social media skills."
Bloomberg Graphics Winter and Summer Internships
Deadline: Nov. 15
Description: "The internship is open to college students or recent graduates. You should have exceptional curiosity, strong news judgment, creative design sensibilities and an eagerness to tell data-rich stories about business, finance, markets, economics, technology, politics and policy."
Deadline: Nov. 15. This internship starts Jan. 3 and goes through June. $1,500/monthly stipend, and is located in Georgia. Good for May grads seeking a foot in the door with sports.
Deadlines: Nov. through Jan., depending on internship. NBC Universal post all its major internships here. Students should apply as soon as possible for highest consideration, according to the NBCUni Campus recruiter and you should mention the Campus to Career Program when applying. Please note: They sometimes close applications before the deadline if they think they have enough applicants, so check this link frequently for the listings and make sure you read all about the program here.
Deadline: Nov. 24
Description: "This fellowship program gives a select group of college students from across the country an opportunity to work in the Courier-Journal
newsroom for 12 weeks as reporters, producers and photographers during the summer months. We will provide one-on-one coaching, mentoring, interactive seminars as well as professional experience working for a multimedia company."
Philadelphia Media Network Internships (Spring and Summer)
Deadline: Nov. 30 for spring, Jan. 1 for summer
Description: Philadelphia Media Network, which includes The Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com, offers internships for pay and for academic credit in reporting, photography, copy editing, digital, audience development and videography.
Business and Technology Reporting Internship at American Graphics Institute
Deadline: Nov. 30
Description: "This paid internship involves covering technology and business news that relates to publishing, marketing, advertising, and media. Participants also participate in employer-paid professional development training programs on the use of digital and online tools and technologies."
Reuters 2018 Journalism Internship
Deadline: Dec. 1
Description: "Reuters offers talented students and graduates with a strong interest in journalism an opportunity to learn at the world's largest international multimedia news provider. Our paid internships are a crash course in hands-on business, political and general news reporting."
The Tulsa World PAID
Deadline: Dec. 1. Put this on your calendar for Oct. 15 to look for application. Deadline is always sometime in December.
Los Angeles Times Summer Visualization and Data Internship
Deadline: Dec. 1
Description: "Are you a journalist+nerd+artist? Do you geek out on data, human visual perception or user experience? Do you excel at generating visualizations that inform and entertain? Then we have a place for you. The Los Angeles Times is looking for interns to join our Visualization and Data Department."
Buzzfeed Emerging Writers Fellowship
Deadline: Dec. 4
Description: "With the mission of diversifying the broader media landscape by investing in the next generation of necessary voices, BuzzFeed's Emerging Writers Fellowship is designed to give writers of great promise the support, mentorship, and experience necessary to take a transformative step forward in their careers."
Forbes Editorial Internship Program
Deadline: Dec. 8
Description: "Our editorial interns have written dozens of posts for Forbes.com and contributed to some of our biggest web/print packages, including the Top Colleges and Forbes 400 issues. Some wrote pieces for Forbes magazine; a few continue to write as contributors after heading back to college; others have been hired as full time staffers."
Deadline: Dec. 15. The program, which starts in June 2018, is a paid opportunity for postgraduates looking to kick start their journalism career. Your degree does not have to be in journalism to be considered. We are looking for people with a demonstrated passion and commitment to journalism, and a desire to become a future leader in the industry. Investigative news, Newsroom 360 and Data Reporting are the tracks. Everyone who applied for the Pulliam should apply for this.
Los Angeles Times Summer Data Desk Internship
Deadline: Dec. 15
Description: "The Los Angeles Times is looking for an intern to join our Data Desk. It is a paid position. The Data Desk is a team of reporters and computer programmers that works with journalists in The Times newsroom to collect, organize, analyze and present large amounts of information. In short, we use data to find and tell stories. Stories that make a difference. Stories that otherwise would not be told."
Los Angeles Times Summer Design Internship
Deadline: Dec. 15
Description: "Submissions will be accepted for internships working alongside some of the best designers in the business. Applicants should be able to demonstrate a strong visual sense for page design outside the classroom and have newsroom deadline experience."
Deadline: Dec. 18. All details at link above.
The Palm Beach Post Data and Summer Internships
Deadline: Nov. 30
Pay: Unspecified amount
Description: "The Palm Beach Post in West Palm Beach, Fla., is looking for top reporting candidates for summer 2018 paid internships as well as a coding-savvy reporter for a six-month, paid data internship starting as early as January 2018. In South Florida, you'll find warm weather and open records laws that sizzle. We're known for exposing corruption, grabbing a piece of every big national story and, of course, Mar-a-Lago, the winter White House of Donald J. Trump."
NPR Kroc Fellowship
Deadline: Dec. 31
Description: "The NPR Kroc Fellowship identifies and develops a new generation of extraordinary public radio journalists. Over the course of a year, the three Kroc Fellows get rigorous, hands-on training in every aspect of public radio journalism, both on-air and online, including writing, reporting, producing and editing."
Google News Lab Fellowships
Deadline: Jan. 3
Pay: $8,500 stipend and $1,000 for travel
Description: "The Google News Lab Fellowship offers students interested in journalism and technology the opportunity to spend the summer working at relevant organizations across the U.S. to gain valuable experience and make lifelong contacts and friends."
Applications open January 3 and are first-come first-served, so apply early. Check this website in November to know how to apply and get your letters of recommendation.
American Press Institute Summer Fellowship
Deadline: Jan. 7
Pay: $9,000 stipend for 12 weeks
Description: "The American Press Institute offers a summer fellowship for college students or recent graduates to contribute to and learn from the Institute’s efforts to conduct research, convene thought leaders, create tools and publish insights that advance innovation and sustainability in journalism. The program is for students with high levels of initiative, analytical thinking and ambitious ideas about inventing future models of journalism."
The Marshall Project PAID
Deadline: Jan. 26.
Nonprofit journalism about criminal justice. Offers a limited number of paid summer internships for student journalists. Interns work in our New York City offices alongside our staff of award-winning reporters and editors, pitch and write their own stories and data and visualization projects and contribute to longer investigative work. Internships generally last eight weeks. We also offer training sessions in topics such as FOIAs. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and clips or other examples of your work firstname.lastname@example.org.
Times Media Group (Phoenix), including Pulitzer Prize Winning East Valley Tribune UNPAID
Deadline: January 30. Requirement: showing previous experience and aptitude. Seeking fulltime summer interns. Many interns become paid freelancers. Contact Paul Maryniak,Executive Editor Ahwatukee Foothills News and East Valley Tribune at email@example.com with an email cover letter, five work samples showing your range, and a resume in JANUARY.
Daily Press Internship Program
Deadline: February 18
Description: "The Daily Press Media Group offers a paid, 10-week summer internship program in its editorial and advertising departments. Interns are assigned a mentor and participate in team meetings. Teamwork is underscored at every level in our newsroom."
Rio Grande Sun; New Mexico PAID – and housing provided!
Deadline: February. You just apply through the common application at the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors website here: http://www.iswne.org/ ISWNE offers internships at papers across the country and not all of them pay, but the Rio Grande Sun does, and the editor helps interns get housing for almost no cost or free, so list Rio Grande Sun as your top choice and then also reach out to the editor there. We have a 2017 UA alum working there and she loves it.
Mother Jones Ben Bagdikian editorial fellows PAID
Deadline: April 1 for June 1 start date.
Mother Jones is currently accepting applications for its prestigious Ben Bagdikian Fellowship Program, located in San Francisco and Washington, DC. This is a full-time opportunity, starting in December and lasting six months, with the possibility of an additional six-month extension. Mother Jones fellows dig deep into our investigations as fact-checkers, soak up research chops and digital skills, and learn how a nonprofit news business hums. They comb archives and spreadsheets while immersed full time in our collaborative projects.Mother Jones is better for it, and at the end of a six-month or yearlong intensive stint, MoJo fellows are armed with all the tools of the journalism trade—tools they’ve gotten paid to learn. Fellows work closely with top-notch editors, penning pieces about a transgender inmate risking everything to protest mistreatment in jail; digging into Black Lives Matter’s influence on candidates for elected office; illuminating sexual harassment allegations at the EPA; and chronicling the aftermath of Trump’s move to end DACA. Mother Jones believes that a diverse newsroom strengthens the quality of our workplace and reporting. We strongly encourage people from all backgrounds to apply. To learn more about the fellowship position, pay, and how to apply, visit our fellowship page at MotherJones.com.
Renée Schafer Horton, Coordinator
Internship and Career Development
School of Journalism, University of Arizona
Louise Foucar Marshall Bldg., Room 323A
Tucson, AZ 85721-0158
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To make appointments, visit https://wiseadvising.arizona.edu/student and follow the prompts.