The Scripps Howard Foundation is looking for curious, energetic college juniors and seniors studying print, broadcast and multimedia journalism to report from Washington during the spring and summer terms. Interns are paid a stipend and provided free housing in furnished apartments. (more…)
It’s the only National Wildlife Refuge in Ohio. It’s home to the only federally designated wilderness in the Buckeye state – the largest heron rookery in the US Great Lakes. And it’s right next door to the state wildlife management area recently designated by USA Today as the best place in North America to watch birds during spring migration.
Refuge staff manages more than 10,000 acres of wildlife habitat along the southwestern shore of Lake Erie between Toledo and Cleveland. They operate a large and modern visitor center on State Route 2 – open every day.
We haven’t been telling our stories – but we have lots of them. Stories about dedicated staff and volunteers, the drama of endangered plants and animals, and the thrill of scientific discovery outdoors.
We need help, and we’re asking your Public Relations and Journalism Department students and faculty to consider collaborating with us to develop and place our stories in the traditional media and on the internet.
The Boston Globe runs one of the top programs in the nation, inviting interns to work as staffers for a summer. The 12-week program gives students a chance to work for a major metropolitan paper, covering a variety of stories in our Metro, Business, Living/ Arts, Health/Science and Sports sections, as well as shooting photos and video, designing pages and graphics for print and online, and copy editing. (more…)
CAPITAL SEMESTER – POLITICAL JOURNALISM TRACK
EARLY DEADLINE: October 1, 2015
FINAL DEADLINE: November 5, 2015
Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies, Capital Semester combines substantive journalism and communications internships, courses for academic credit, career development activities, site briefings and lectures led by top policy experts and journalists. This fast-paced, fifteen-week residential program provides undergraduate students from around the world with opportunities to gain the edge in today’s competitive job market and graduate school admissions, and experience the excitement of Washington first-hand.
SAMPLE PAST INTERNSHIP SITES
- Houston Chronicle
- K-global Public Relations
- Kipling News Service
- NBC Nightly News
- Politics Magazine
- Radio America
- Voice of America
- The Washington Examiner
- WJLA ABC 7 News
- WTOP News Radio
- Internships – Competitive placements with print and broadcast media outlets as well as PR and communications firms
- Housing – Roommate matching and furnished Capitol Hill apartments in the heart of D.C.
- Classes – Full-time course load in accredited by George Mason University
- Guest Lectures – With Washington’s top policy experts and working journalists
- Site Briefings – At USA Today, the Newseum, World Bank, State Department and U.S. Capitol
- Leadership & Professional Development – Leadership, mentoring and career building activities
- Networking – Interaction with seasoned professionals and student leaders from around the world
- Scholarships – Generous scholarships are awarded based on merit and financial need and over 75 percent of students receive scholarship funding
EARLY DEADLINE – 5 percent discount
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the final deadline of November 5, 2015. Students are encouraged to apply for the early deadline of October 1, 2015 to receive a 5 percent discount on their tuition balance as well as priority internship placement. Detailed information on the program and an online application may be found at www.DCinternships.org/CSPJ.
Contact: Matthew Phister, Capital Semester Coordinator at email@example.com or 202-986-0384.
Capitol Justice, a homicide reporting website located in Washington, D.C., is offering semester-long internships for students interested in media and criminal justice — and is looking for interns from your school.
We are part of the Washington Media Institute–which offers students the opportunity for a full-time internship for on-the-ground training at places like Capitol Justice, in tandem with a series of seminars and courses designed specifically to mesh lessons learned outside the classroom with those within, using Washington as our classroom backdrop.
Capitol Justice offers students the opportunity for training in criminal justice, social justice issues and journalism by pairing them with an editor to follow up on homicides and distill information from the warrants and notes they collect in the courthouse and at the police station. It is an ideal opportunity for a student looking to apply the lessons and theories learned in the classroom in the nation’s capital and walk away with a first-hand experience of the criminal justice system.
The Washington Media Institute (WMI) is the premier experiential media program for students interested in a career in the media. WMI Students intern four days a week at top media organizations across DC, all while taking a series of individualized seminar courses and earning a full course-load of transferable credits. Students are eligible to earn at least 12 hours of credit during the fall and spring semesters and at least 6 hours of credit during the summer session.
The Boston Globe runs one of the top programs in the nation, giving 11 interns the opportunity to work as reporters, or as a photographer, designer or copy editor.
The 12-week paid internship places reporter-interns in our Metro, Business, Living/Arts, Health/Science and Sports departments; the photo intern shoots stills and video for all sections, the design intern creates sections fronts and information graphics for print and online, and the copy editing intern works on local and regional, national and foreign and business copy. We provide direction and feedback, as well as a writing coach who is dedicated to the interns. Globe interns produce every day and finely polish their journalism skills over the summer.
APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2016 PROGRAM MUST BE POSTMARKED BY NOVEMBER 2, 2015. More information on the program and an application can be accessed from our website: www.bostonglobe.com/newsintern
Boston Globe newsroom recruiter: Paula Bouknight
The Boston Globe
AME/Hiring & Development
BGSU’s athletic department is seeking 2 video reporters to cover Falcons athletic events. This position may be eligible for internship credit. More details here.
The Association for Women in Sports Media is pleased to announce the opening of our 2016 summer internship/scholarship program.
Starting Sept. 1, college students may visit the online application to begin applying for newspaper/online, magazine, broadcast, broadcast production and PR internships. The application process will close on Oct. 31.
The (Upper Sandusky) Daily Chief-Union is seeking stringers to cover football games on Friday nights during the high school football season. It is a good opportunity for college students to have their work published and to gain experience in high school sports coverage. Most games are in Wyandot, Crawford, Hancock and Seneca counties. Writers receive a small per-game payment. Anyone interested or seeking more information may contact sports editor Lonnie McMillan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Crime & Justice Research Alliance (CJRA) is a new Washington, DC-based collaborative partnership between the nation’s two leading criminal justice scholar associations, is seeking a communications consultant.
The Communications Consultant will execute a communications and social media strategy that will help promote the research of CJRA members through print, radio, broadcast, and social media outlets, blogs, and media lists. (more…)