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Are you a journalism student searching for an internship?

If so, here’s a database for you from The Lead, a journalism blog by Taylor Blatchford in partnership with the Poynter Institute.

The internship database includes only paid, summer internships in newsrooms.

To learn more: https://www.notion.so/20cce53729ae463284d95c71ac1ec011?v=7c07e242ce754607a7d0b7ec48c93209

Bloomberg Industry Group

Bloomberg Industry Group has opened the application period for summer 2021 news internships and seeks applications from HU students.

Each intern is placed on one of the news desks, assigned an editor and mentor to work with, and given a beat. They also work one-on-one with the trainer. The goal is that by the end of the summer, they are producing at least a story a day and walking away with a portfolio full of clips. Successful interns are then eligible to apply for a full-time training spot that they can start after they graduate.

Students can apply here: https://lnkd.in/gWijPN5 and must submit three published clips.

To be considered, a student needs to expect to return to school in Fall 2021 as a senior.

The program runs 10 weeks and takes place in Washington, D.C. Interns are paid. Additionally, there is a housing and a public transit subsidy.

The company will run the program virtually, if necessary.

Applications are accepted through Oct. 30. Offers will be extended in December.

Fermilab

Fermilab, America's particle physics and accelerator laboratory, has a science writing internship for recent graduates (undergrad or grad) interested in writing about science for the public.

The application deadline is Oct. 9.

The Fermilab Office of Communication science writing internship provides the opportunity to write for Fermilab’s online publications [news.fnal.gov], including press releases and feature articles. Jointly with SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Fermilab also publishes Symmetry [symmetrymagazine.org], an online magazine about the science, people and culture of particle physics.

Interns may also write for other laboratory publications and Fermilab’s websites and may be given the opportunity to assist with media events, social media and general public relations activities.

https://internships.fnal.gov/science-writing-internship

https://jobs-us.technomedia.com/fermilab/?_3x97080S1Z1U37K7bbe676c-80cb-43ac-9c20-61361c1e1fa9&offerid=1143

For more information, contact Leah Hesla at leah@fnal.gov.

Application requirements:

Resume

Three writing samples, published or unpublished

Cover letter

Application period: September 17 - October 9

Acceptance period: Late October

Program dates: January-May 2021

Salary: Approximately $660 weekly

Housing: Housing is not provided or arranged by the program. Request information on affordable housing options by emailing TAinternships@fnal.gov.

Transportation: Transportation is not provided or arranged by the program. Request rental car information by emailing TAinternships@fnal.gov.

The Virginian-Pilot

The Virginian-Pilot is seeking paid interns to work in our newsrooms in summer 2021.

Interns can work throughout our company, from The Pilot to the Daily Press in Newport News to the Virginia Gazette in Williamsburg, or other publications from the Outer Banks to Richmond.

The Pulitzer Prize-winning Virginian-Pilot is the largest newspaper in Virginia, and our newsrooms feature award-winning journalists eager to help you learn. Our coverage area includes many cities, miles of beaches, the world’s largest Navy base and more. Interns are treated as regular newsroom staff members, learning on the job and helping to produce Virginia’s best news coverage.

When applying, please indicate in the subject line which position(s) you’re interested in.

The deadline to apply for internships is November 13.

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Internship details:

Reporting:Produce a regular and compelling mix of stories, including news and features. Expected to be adept at reporting, use of social media and video reporting.

Videography/photography: Cover one or more assignments a day; produce video and still photos. Should be able to capture compelling images that tell a story with accuracy and authenticity, and to gather accurate caption information.

Audience team: Connect with our audiences through social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Create compelling packages of content for online; create basic multimedia graphics and work with reporters and editors across the newsroom.

Data journalist: Have a nose for computer-assisted reporting and storytelling? The Virginian-Pilot is working with the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund to find a data journalism intern for the summer. Apply through the DJNF. [dowjonesnewsfund.org]

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Essential functions:

Write or perform job precisely and accurately. Meet deadlines. Collaborate with editors and other team members on stories and story brainstorming. Applicants must have a car. Travel for news coverage as required. We reimburse mileage.

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Education/experience: Must be enrolled at time of application in a degree-granting program at an accredited college or university, or be a recent graduate within the past 6 months.

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Preferred qualifications:

Experience working at a college publication, either print or online.

A previous internship or freelance experience at a daily newspaper or professional news website.

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Have a question? For more information, contact Sean Kennedy, Senior Content Editor, at sean.kennedy@pilotonline.com.

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How to apply

Apply by emailing internships@pilotonline.com. When applying, please indicate in the subject line which position(s) you’re interested in. Submit a cover letter, resume and the names of three references. Reporters should include PDF copies of eight to 10 published work samples. You may also add links to your application if you have online-only samples. Photographer/videographers should include at least 20 samples of published photographs. Upload videos or send as public links in your application. Zip file with images are acceptable

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Feel free to include any good work you’ve done, even if it doesn’t fit the “traditional mold.”

The deadline to apply is November 13.

A cover letter should include: Why you wish to intern for The Virginian-Pilot or Daily Press. What you are interested in doing during your internship (reporting, online/digital, photography, video, etc.). Your goals and expectations for the internship. What you, specifically, would add to our team. The dates you are available.

Selection will be based on portfolio, experience (college and professional), cover letter and references. Finalists will be interviewed.

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Summer 2020 interns

Moss Brennan. A rising senior at Appalachian State University is a Dow Jones data reporting intern who is working remotely from Boone, North Carolina. Abigail Adcox. A rising senior at George Mason University who has been reporting for The Virginia Gazette.

The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News, Texas’ leading newspaper, offers internships in local news, business, features, editorial, audience, sports, photography, copy editing and digital design/data. Internships are also available in political reporting at our Washington, D.C., bureau and at our Spanish-language publication, Al Día.

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must be enrolled in college and working toward a degree (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate), or they may have graduated within six months of the internship start date. Previous daily newspaper experience is requested. All applications must include a cover letter, résumé and three telephone references. Additional materials are required to apply for specific positions. Only electronic applications will be accepted.

COMPENSATION

College internships are full time for 10 to 12 weeks, and interns are paid $15 an hour for a 40-hour work week. Interns should have a car in good working condition.

SCHEDULES

The standard work week is Monday-Friday, but some weekend, night and holiday shifts may be required. The sports internship takes place in the fall. Summer interns are expected to attend brown bag sessions, an intern bus tour, the intern reception and the publisher’s luncheon.

NOTIFICATION

The Dallas Morning News usually informs applicants of a decision by Jan. 1. Once the applicant agrees to accept the internship and abide by the stated requirements, The News expects the intern to fulfill all elements of the agreement, including agreed upon start/end dates and pay.

JOB DAY-TO-DAY

The internship program at The Dallas Morning News is one of the best in the country. We pride ourselves on treating our interns like full-time staffers from their first day, giving them crucial experience and insight into a journalist’s career and daily responsibilities.

The interns’ summer starts with a much-anticipated daylong bus tour of the city with one of our celebrated columnists, who’s lived in Dallas his whole life. Newsroom members also lead sessions on backgrounding story subjects, social media savvy and other critical skills for journalists in an ever-changing industry. Interns also have the chance to interact with members of senior leadership through one-on-one chats with the editor and managing editor, and a lunch with the publisher.

Interns will be assigned to report, write, photograph and edit stories for publication in print and online under their own names. They will be held to the same journalistic standards, quality guidelines and ethics as full-time staffers, including adherence to professional decorum in dress, promptness and courtesy. Interns are expected to have a basic knowledge of AP style and be able to use social media in their work. The ability to speak another language would be helpful, and familiarity with digital media is required.

How must applications be delivered?

Applications must be submitted by Nov. 1, 2019, through the online form for each internship. You may apply for more than one. All applications must include a cover letter, résumé and three telephone references. Additional materials are required to apply for specific positions.

Who is eligible?

Applicants must be enrolled in college and working toward a degree (associate's, bachelor's, master's or doctorate), or they may have graduated within six months of the internship start date. Previous daily newspaper experience is requested.

Are interns paid?

Yes, interns are paid $15 an hour for a 40-hour work week for 10 to 12 weeks. They are eligible for overtime but not for holiday pay unless they are scheduled to work.

Can internships be extended?

Yes, internships may extended when necessary at the discretion of The Dallas Morning News.

What is an intern's schedule like?

The standard work week is Monday-Friday, but some weekend, night and holiday shifts may be required. Also, all interns are expected to attend brown bag sessions, an intern bus tour, a reception and the editor and publisher’s luncheon.

Are interns eligible to apply for open full-time positions at the completion of their internships?

The News generally requires a minimum of three years' experience for most newsroom positions, but interns who have completed their degree are welcome to apply for permanent jobs.

Are interns allowed to work in different departments than the ones in which they applied?

Yes, for brief periods with the permission of supervisors.

Does The Dallas Morning News provide housing for interns?

The News does not provide housing for interns or pay a housing stipend, but we will assist them in finding reliable housing. Paying rent and fulfilling lease requirements are the responsibility of the interns.

Must interns have a working vehicle?

A vehicle in good working condition is strongly recommended.

When will I find out if I was accepted?

We will make every attempt to inform applicants of their hiring status no later than Jan. 1, but they should not expect an explanation of why their application was accepted or rejected.

The Oregonian/OregonLive

The Oregonian/OregonLive is accepting applications for our 2021 internship program, which is open to college students and recent college graduates.

If selected for the program, interns can look forward to challenging and fast-paced news assignments; training in interviewing, multimedia, and other essential skills; and working with a team of experienced journalists.

The Oregonian offers three internship opportunities over the course of the year:

Spring Crime and Public Safety Reporting Fellowship, a 12-week post-graduate internship beginning in January

10-week summer internship starting in May or June

Fall Crime and Public Safety Reporting Fellowship, a 12-week post-graduate internship beginning in September or October

Applications are accepted until midnight Pacific time Oct. 14, 2020. Apply here

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We’re looking primarily for college students who have completed their junior or senior year and who have previous internship experience. A team of journalists review applications, and we expect to extend offers by mid-November.

Interns are given news assignments just like regular staff members, producing journalism for OregonLive.com and The Oregonian. We offer one-on-one mentorship with experienced journalists, in addition to regular check-ins with a designated editor; training and small-group sessions throughout the length of the program; and a robust orientation that familiarizes interns with the Portland area and our newsroom.

You may upload a cover letter, personal essay, resume and clips (or a link to those materials) during the application period. We’re looking for critical thinkers and students who want an intensive learning and training environment to sharpen their skills.

Interns must find their own housing, though we provide a list of journalists in the Portland area who have hosted interns in the past. Interns should have a valid driver license. We provide news cars during work hours, though many interns prefer to bring their own vehicle to experience Oregon in their free time.

Direct the cover letter to Karly Imus, director of audience development. If you have questions, email Elliot Njus at enjus@oregonian.com. Please put “internship question” in the subject line of emails.

The Wall Street Journal Internship Program

The Wall Street Journal internship program is an opportunity for college juniors, seniors and graduate students to be fully immersed in our Pulitzer Prize-winning newsroom, working with some of the best journalists in the world.

The 10-week paid internship program offers hands-on work experience and one-on-one mentorship, plus orientation and tailored training sessions. Interns are treated like full-time staff members and are encouraged to pitch their own stories and projects. Previous interns have reported front-page news, created interactive graphics, edited photo projects, wrote colorful features, covered breaking news, produced long-form narrative podcast episodes, curated and published our journalism across platforms, and much more.

We strive to be a welcoming, diverse newsroom. You don’t need to be an expert in business or finance to apply, but you do need to be curious and eager to learn. The program has a storied history as a pipeline to a full-time job at the Journal, whether immediately or down the road.

Apply at https://wsj.jobs/ summer internships in the U.S. by Oct. 30 and in Europe by Dec. 18. Visit our https://medium.com/wsj-internships to learn more about the program.

Indianapolis Star and Arizona Republic Internships

Pulliam Journalism Fellowship

Join us for the summer of 2021. The Indianapolis Star and The Arizona Republic, Gannett Co. newspapers, are seeking college students and new graduates with a talent for reporting, news design and graphics, or photojournalism for an exciting and demanding journalism fellowship program.

Why should I apply for this journalism program?

You'll be a member of our newsroom, work hard and gain valuable journalism experience. You get paid, too. Our Pulliam Fellows earn $650/week for the 10-week program. You'll also get to work with top urban journalists and their editors.

Am I qualified for this journalism program?

College juniors, seniors and graduate students enrolled in a journalism or related degree program as of Nov. 1, 2020, are eligible. Previous newspaper journalism internships and/or experience as a journalist on a college newspaper are preferred. You need to be committed to a career in news journalism. You must have reliable transportation and arrange for your own housing. We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity among its journalism fellows.

What's the deadline for this journalism application?

All application materials must be submitted by Nov. 1, 2020. (We may accept some journalism candidates after the deadline.)

When should I be there?

June 7, 2021 - Aug. 13, 2021.

How do I apply?

You can apply online [azcentral.formstack.com] anytime between now and Nov. 1, 2020.

Submit your completed journalism application materials at the above URL. These materials comprise the following (copy and paste link):

https://azcentral.formstack.com/forms/pulliam_application_2021?_ga=2.242700674.1898021136.1599704764-1908901346.1599704763

Apply for a Tampa Bay Times newsroom internship

We tell stories. Through video [tampabay.com] and photos [tampabay.com]. On Twitter [twitter.com] and Instagram [instagram.com]. Online and, of course, in print. The way we share our stories has evolved in our 135-year history. But our commitment to investigative reporting, accountability, breaking news and our readers remains unchanged. Join us. We are Florida’s Best Newspaper.

The Times offers one of the top internship programs in our industry. Our 10-week summer interns, paid weekly, gain hands-on experience, working alongside staffers who offer guidance and respect them as equals.

Interns will be offered training sessions with our award-winning staff, take ownership of a wide variety of assignments and build relationships with mentors, editors and reporters in our collegial, independently owned newsroom. More than two dozen current staffers started here as interns

We are committed to diversity and creating an inclusive newsroom. We encourage members of underrepresented communities to apply. One internship will be designated for a student at a historically Black college or university.

If you have questions about internships, please contact internship co-director Karen Peterson at kpeterson@tampabay.com.

LINK: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdZvNl81zQnGDZ8QA8FaJfIJ-HUS3rhdIaGefCrB7FH4tPvLw/viewform

Deadline: [docs.google.com] Nov. 1, 5 p.m.

The details

Who should apply? Sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students on media/news tracks. Experience at a college publication is a plus. Top applicants have already completed at least one professional internship.

How do I apply? Click here [forms.gle]. Where applicable, clips should be accessible (no paywalls), printable and legible.

What is the pay? Summer interns receive $500 for a 40-hour week. You will not be eligible to receive benefits.

Time frame? Internships run 10 weeks. Start and end dates are flexible, but typically begin in late May or early June.

What are the application deadlines? Nov. 1 at 5 p.m. Our internships are competitive so you would be smart to apply sooner.

Where are your jobs located? Interns are assigned to our St. Petersburg or Tampa newsrooms.

What do I need to do the job? You must have a laptop and a reliable, personal means of transportation. Mileage is reimbursed.

Is housing provided? We will provide local contacts for housing opportunities, but the Times does not provide housing.

When will I hear from you? By mid-January.

The New York Times: Fall 2020 Research & Development Internship

The New York Times is seeking two creative and motivated interns to join the Research and Development team this fall. In these roles, interns will be embedded on a team of engineers, designers, journalists and creative technologists and contribute to the work of one of our research areas.

About Our Team:

Every day, journalists at the New York Times report more than 200 stories from dozens of countries around the world on topics ranging from major international events to the best way to roast a chicken. Those stories are read, listened to and watched by millions of users across our web and mobile products.

The New York Times R&D team explores the near future of news and information by identifying emerging technologies and shifting user behaviors that may influence journalism. We explore potential scenarios and identify opportunities for taking action, using a mix of strategic forecasting, human-centered design, and speculative prototyping. With these insights, we develop new technical capabilities that can be employed in the service of journalism.

During the Internship, you will:

Join an interdisciplinary team of engineers, designers, journalists and creative technologists. Be embedded in one of our research areas. Have the opportunity to focus on one project for the duration of the internship. Be matched with a teammate to guide you throughout the fall.

About You:

You enjoy finding creative solutions to technical challenges. You have an interest in journalism and a desire to build amazing, innovative experiences for our readers. You are entrepreneurial and self-sufficient.

You're a curious person — you continually seek out additional knowledge and viewpoints. You have an enthusiasm for The New York Times and its products/experiences.

About Our Internships:

The program is 10 weeks long. Interning at The New York Times is a unique opportunity to work at a historic and innovative global media organization dedicated to enhancing society by creating, collecting and distributing high-quality news and information.

You will be helping to power, distribute and expand what is possible for our award-winning journalism. NYT interns benefit from competitive pay, great perks and influential networking opportunities.

This internship is for currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students, or those who graduated Spring of 2020.

For more information, email marisa.porto@hamptonu.edu

Washington Post Newsroom Engineering Internship

How would you use code to help the Washington Post cover the news? Our newsroom engineering team is looking for curious, creative and upbeat students from interesting backgrounds to work with us to help our newsroom report stories they couldn't reach without technology.

Our team includes software engineers, data scientists, data visualization engineers and possibly you!

We do most of our software engineering in Node with Next.js and React. We do most of our data science work in Python. Our data visualizations are most often built with D3. We deploy our applications to Amazon Web Services. If you work with tools like these, you'll likely fit in with us technologically. If you haven't worked with all of these tools yet, that's okay! None of them is a requirement for applying.

We will start reading applications on MONDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, which means we will stop accepting applications after MIDNIGHT (EDT) on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4TH. Plan accordingly! You don't get credit for applying earlier than our deadline but also, don't wait and miss your chance.

Also:

Our internship is paid.

If you have questions, send a note to jeremy.bowers@washpost.com.

NOTE: You can also apply for our publishing tools internship below (copy and paste link), so don't apply twice.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSck3QDvOkBap9sbpVWaDDTw2UfzCPHq_Cx7bfySRtoMeH6-jg/viewform

2021 Editorial Internships

The American Prospect

is devoted to promoting informed discourse on public-policy matters from a progressive perspective through narrative interpretation of complex issues. We don’t just make magazines, we make a difference.

The Prospect hosts three classes of interns each year with flexible dates ranging from January to April; May to August; and September to December.

Editorial interns assist with research, fact-checking, social media, data entry and library services for both the print magazine and the daily website. Interns are encouraged to contribute editorially, writing book briefs and articles as assigned, and participating in generating story ideas, as well as pursuing their own projects under the guidance of Prospect staff. We encourage interns to fully integrate themselves into the Prospect’s editorial operations while taking full advantage of the public events only available in Washington, D.C.

This is the perfect internship for journalism, political science, and economics majors. Juniors, seniors and grad students are encouraged to apply. Full and part time internships available; stipend is $70 per day.

Here's what recent interns have to say:

I had the opportunity to fact-check and contribute research to an array of complex policy stories, as well as to pitch and write my own long-form features. I had the pleasure of working with an ambitious, encouraging staff who treated me like an essential member of the team. There’s no better place to launch your career as a political reporter. -- Claire Wang, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, Class of 2019, Fall 2019 intern

The Prospect’s internship program was an invaluable experience for me. From fact-checking and research to developing original stories, I was regarded as a collaborative partner and young journalist, not as mere temporary labor. The Prospect takes its interns seriously—and in turn, interns contribute meaningfully to independent, progressive journalism. -- Isaac Scher, Freelance Reporter, Fall 2019 intern

Your TAP Internship application includes...

  • Your résumé.
  • Three writing samples.
  • Consider clips or posts, academic papers and unpublished pieces.
  • And, a letter about yourself that also answers these questions:
  • What magazines, newspapers and websites do you read regularly?
  • Who are your intellectual and political heroes?
  • Where do you see yourself in five years and why?

Click to submit your application.

[theamericanprospect.submittable.com]

The deadline has passed for Fall internships. The deadline for the spring semester session is Monday, November 30, 2020.

Andrew Joseph PR

Andrew Joseph PR, a small full-service interior design and architecture firm in New York, NY, is seeking a design-minded undergraduate student to join our team for the Fall 2020 semester. The ideal candidate has had at least one previous social media or public relations job, preferably in the design or homes field. Design public relations experience is not required, but some communications background is necessary for this position.

AJPR is a fast-paced firm representing some of the most respected names in interiors, including product designers, home designers, and thought leaders. The intern is a self-starter who is given a growing list of tasks and is able to manage their time accordingly. The intern will be responsible for finding, creating, and pitching opportunities for our clients in print, online, and in-person. The intern will be responsible for creating and posting Instagram stories and posts for clients using simple graphic design skills (primarily Canva). The intern will also occasionally be invited to join the AJPR team on shoots, press events, and out-of-office meetings.

These tasks require a strong proficiency in social media, Mailchimp, Canva, Excel, and Cision. This is a part-time paid internship with an hourly stipend. 20 hours a week are preferred. Due to Covid-19, as of right now the Andrew Joseph PR team is working remote from New York.

Applications accepted through Memorial Day. All interviews will take place via Zoom. Due to the number of applicants, we will reach out specifically to those who fit what we are looking for. Feel free to explore our website [http://www.andrewjosephpr.com] to familiarize yourself with our clientele prior to interviewing!

All submissions must include a COVER LETTER explaining why you have an interest in the position, a RESUME, and a WRITING SAMPLE, either a school essay, previous press release from a job, or blog post. Any submissions missing any of these elements will not be considered.

About Andrew Joseph PR:

With over twenty years in the world of publishing and public relations, Andrew Joseph is an experienced and strategic asset for home and design brands as well as designers looking to position themselves in a busy market. Andrew started his career at Conde Nast publications in fashion and beauty with Vanity Fair and Allure, where he learned the industry from the inside out, experiencing firsthand the inner workings of the editorial side of publicity. When opening Andrew Joseph PR in 2012, he shifted gears to architecture and design, applying his southern charm and New York know-how to a career as a marketing and public relations expert. Andrew has owned and managed his own firm for the last seven years.

Andrew implements a classic communications approach as well as a proactive adaptation of social media as a marketing tool. With a prime location in the bustling media capital of Manhattan, he works with clients face-to-face as well as remotely with clients as far away as Europe and Brazil, building brands from the ground up and reintroducing names to the public sphere.

The Office of Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones

The Office of Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones is currently accepting digital interns in the following areas:

  • Governmental Affairs and Public Policy
  • Graphic Design
  • Video Editing
  • Digital and Social Media
  • Community Relations Assistant

Interested candidates please apply here: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/8ea1754746a54c7196215611da3fdbee [app.smartsheet.com]

Fall Digital Communications Internship

Status: 15-20 hrs/week

Compensation: $15/hr

Duration: August - December (with possibility for extension)

Location: Remote

The Page Society is seeking a part-time intern (15-20 hrs/week) in its New York City office to assist the communications and marketing team. The ideal candidates will be current undergraduate or graduate students (or recent graduates of a graduate-level program) in a relevant field of study.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Aashna Dhayagude at adhayagude@page.org.

Responsibilities include: Ɣ Partner with the Senior Manager - Digital Marketing & Analytics to support communications and marketing initiatives. Ɣ Coordinate and execute the day-to-day email marketing activities, primarily email ideation and production. Ɣ Support marketing data analytics efforts to optimize organizational marketing and communications strategies. Ɣ Support and implement a comprehensive social media strategy (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube) to increase engagement, reach, visibility and traffic. Ɣ Provide administrative support to other team members as needed. Qualifications Ɣ Background and/or undergraduate degree in corporate communications, public relations, marketing, or journalism (current graduate student preferred) Ɣ Good attention to detail, including proofreading and editing ability Ɣ Outstanding written and oral communications skills Ɣ Experience with email marketing and marketing automation platforms such as Higher Logic, Constant Contact, MailChimp and HubSpot Ɣ Experience writing/editing for the web (blogging and other web-based content) Ɣ Basic familiarity with Microsoft Excel Ɣ Basic knowledge of HTML preferred but not required Ɣ Familiarity with Adobe Design Suite (Photoshop, InDesign and/or Illustrator) and interest in data analytics is a plus.

About the Page Society

The Page Society is the world's leading professional association for senior public relations and corporate communications executives and educators who seek to enrich and strengthen their profession. Our membership consists primarily of chief communications officers (CCOs) of Fortune 500 corporations and leading non-profit organizations, the CEOs of the world's foremost public relations agencies, and academics from top business and communications schools who have distinguished themselves teaching and/or studying corporate communications.

The Page Society has strict membership criteria that ensure it remains an exclusive assembly of the very best and brightest of the profession. Since its founding in 1983, the Page Society has brought together senior communications leaders from different industries who are interested in helping each other become more effective in their role and perpetuating high professional standards which have been codified in the eponymous "Page Principles."

Washington Post Summer Intern Program 2021 Deadlines Oct. 7

Posted on: Monday, August 17, 2020 11:03:57 AM EDT

Application season has begun for 2021 slots in The Washington Post's summer internship program — the best way to get a foot in the door at The Post and work with some of the world's premier journalists. Deadline: Oct. 7 (but why wait?). The link for more information is: https://intern.washpost.com/

Facebook offers Video Fellowship for Seniors Interested in Election Partnerships with National News Outlets

Posted on: Wednesday, July 29, 2020 5:10:00 PM EDT

Are you into politics? Do you like to watch the election coverage? If so, here is an opportunity to consider.

The News Partnerships team at Facebook is searching for seniors who want to work with national news outlets to create video content for Facebook and/or Instagram during the 2020 election season. A GPA of 3.2 or higher will be considered a competitive applicant. A 3.0 may be considered.

Interested applicants must provide:

  • An updated resume.
  • Cover letter that explains why they are passionate about news and journalism.
  • Work sample (e.g. a video created as a part of their academic work or during an internship,
  • The package must include a letter from a professor or administrator who can share why you should be awarded a fellowship.
  • Program Commitment:

    • Attend a virtual training program for Instagram and Facebook video best practices
    • Attend required fellowship events
    • Complete required projects during the course of the fellowship
    • Participate in the fellowship from Sept. 1 to Nov. 30, 2020
    • Competitive Candidates Exhibit:

      • Ability to create short-form video content
      • Analytical thinking and problem-solving skills
      • A willingness to learn and take on new challenges
      • Can maintain high standards while working independently

      Potential applicants must get a referral from a professor and dean. For more information, contact marisa.porto@hamptonu.edu.

      Hampton University is offering a NASA Disasters Program Communication Internship this fall.

      Interns will be responsible for producing high-quality written articles for the general public describing NASA’s role in assisting in the nation’s response to natural disasters. Duties include: regular meetings with the NIA program coordinator, writing and editing online articles and social media posts, interviews, online research, identification of appropriate visualization materials, and, when appropriate, travel to and reporting from NASA events. Effort will be limited by University policy to 20 hours/month.

      For more information, contact marisa.porto@hamptonu.edu.

      WGBH

      Boston is offering an internship for the longest-running TV program focusing on the interests of people of color, "Basic Black." he Basic Black Internship will provide opportunities for students to learn about the many aspects of studio television production including: production coordinating and scheduling, direction, and production management.

      Interns should be well-versed in community and cultural issues as well as be prepared to discuss topics/stories that impact Black and Brown communities during the interview process. You will:

      • Assist the production staff in various aspects of production such as logging tapes, video duplication, videotape research and attaining Appearance, Music and Materials Releases when applicable
      • Research show topics via newspapers, magazines, and on-line services and keeping timely files on various topics and issues pertaining to Basic Black
      • Attend staff and story development meetings when available
      • Assist in video production for the Basic Black website
      • Provide clerical and administrative support to the Associate Producer and Executive Producer to learn administrative aspect of production

      You must have excellent oral and written skills, familiarity with Microsoft Word and On-line services,excellent research skills, at general sense of administrative management. This is a paid Internship for $15/hour (Part-time up to 20 hours).

      Fall 2020 Virtual Internship dates: September 14th - December 18th.

      You must have cover letters for each internship that you are applying to.

      Candidates must have their own computer and access to Wifi.

      Candidates must be in an Undergrad or Grad program and have work authorization for the United States.

      To learn more about our program follow us on Instagram:

      https://www.instagram.com/wgbhinternship

      If you are interested in credit for an internship, please contact marisa.porto@hamptonu.edu.

      WGBH

      Boston is searching for a virtual intern for its public radio program Innovation Hub. The program airs on more than 120 stations, including New York, Chicago, Boston, Houston, and Philadelphia.

      Innovation Hub is a weekly, hour-long show that focuses on big ideas and new research, in the areas of education, technology, health, culture, business, the environment and more. As the intern for the show, you will work with the show's host and production team. You will: pitch story ideas, help book guests, edit audio, write blog and other social media posts, learn about field recording and other production skills. Interns will attend editorial meetings and are an integral part of the show.

      You must have: Previous experience in media or journalism is required (high school and college papers and radio stations); Strong written and verbal communication skills; Familiarity with audio recording equipment and editing software is helpful.

      The internship pays $15/hour (Part-time 16 hours). The Fall 2020 Virtual Internship dates: September 14th - December 18th.

      You must have cover letters for each internship that you are applying to. Candidates must have their own computer and access to Wifi. Candidates must be in an Undergrad or Grad program and have work authorization for the United States.

      To learn more about our program follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wgbhinternship

      If you are interested in credit for this internship, please reach out to marisa.porto@hamptonu.edu for more information.

      WGBH

      Boston is searching for a fall intern for its investigative reporting team.

      WGBH Bost is "America’s preeminent public broadcaster and the largest producer of PBS content for TV and the Web, including Frontline, Nova, American Experience, Masterpiece, Antiques Roadshow, Arthur, and more than a dozen other prime-time, lifestyle, and children’s series. WGBH also is a major supplier of programming for public radio and a partner with Public Radio International (PRI)."

      It is a leader in "educational multimedia for the classroom and supplies content to PBS LearningMedia, a national broadband service for teachers and students."

      WGBH News Center For Investigative Reporting is the investigative reporting and training unit at Boston’s local NPR station. Its mission is to expose injustice through investigative reporting and to train the next generation of investigative reporters. The Center was founded at Boston University in 2009 as the New England Center for Investigative Reporting by journalists Joe Bergantino and Maggie Mulvihill, and the Center continues to be involved in teaching and training programs at BU. The Center established its permanent residence in the WGBH newsroom in July 2019.

      The Investigative Reporting Intern will get hands-on experience working on investigative projects that will be distributed through our media partners. Among the skills you will use: Data and document research; Shoe-leather reporting (legwork for reporters); Data visualization. You must have previous journalism experience, research experience and computer and database experience. The paid internship costs $15/hour (Part-time up to 20 hours) FALL 2020 INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Fall 2020 Virtual Internship dates: September 14th - December 18th.

      You must have cover letters for each internship that you are applying to. Candidates must have their own computer and access to Wifi. Candidates must be in an Undergrad or Grad program and have work authorization for the United States.

      To learn more about our program follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wgbhinternship

      If you are interested in credit for this internship, please reach out to marisa.porto@hamptonu.edu for more information.

      Hampton University is offering a NASA Disasters Program Communication Internship

      Interns will be responsible for producing high-quality written articles for the general public describing NASA’s role in assisting in the nation’s response to natural disasters.

      Duties include: regular meetings with the NIA program coordinator, writing and editing online articles and social media posts, interviews, online research, identification of appropriate visualization materials, and, when appropriate, travel to and reporting from NASA events.

      Effort will be limited by University policy to 20 hours/month. For more information, contact marisa.porto@hamptonu.edu.