PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY — College juniors, seniors and graduate students are invited to apply to the Dow Jones News Fund for paid summer 2020 internships in data journalism, digital media, business reporting and multiplatform editing. The application and test deadline is Nov. 8.

Students selected by the News Fund attend a week of hands-on training at top universities in data journalism, digital media, business reporting and multiplatform editing before the internships start. During each training program interns are taught the latest newsgathering, editing and storytelling technologies.

Data journalism interns are trained by Investigative Reporters and Editors to collect, analyze and visualize data to unlock compelling stories; digital media interns boost their reporting skills using video, audio, data and social analytics at Arizona State University’s Cronkite School; business reporters spend a week in New York learning to cover all sectors from Wall Street to personal finance and local companies; and the multiplatform editing interns hone their news judgment, headline writing, copy editing and page design skills at the University of Texas, Austin, or Temple University (Philadelphia).

The Fund is partnering with American City Business Journals for a sixth summer to recruit and train 10 business reporting interns. The goal is to identify students who already live or go to school in one of ACBJ’s 43 markets, to increase the potential for employment after the internship ends. Interns accepted into this program will attend pre-internship training at New York University.

The Fund and sponsoring media cover travel costs to and from training and to newsrooms. Interns are responsible for their housing and transportation costs during the internship. Students who return to school after a successful internship will receive $1,500 college scholarships.

Snapshots from summer 2019:

    • Alexandra Ng, a recent University of Florida graduate, was one of two digital media interns sent to Hawaii News Now to cover breaking news and produce multimedia content for the web, write scripts and pitch story ideas. Before heading to Honolulu, she worked with 17 digital media interns to produce When the Dust Settles. Watch this brief video about the program.
    • Yue Stella Yu, who recently graduated from the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism graduate program, honed her data journalism skills at our residency taught by experts from Investigative Reporters and Editors. Yue used data at the Salt Lake Tribune to report on a wide range of topics from opioids to food insecurity to pollution. Read her reporting here.
    • Anastasia Marks, a senior at the University of Maryland, College Park, attended the editing program at Temple University and interned at The New York Times. Read her piece for The Times Insider about her experience.
    • Brendan Ward, a recent graduate of Georgia Southern University selected for the American City Business Journal business reporting program, was one of 10 interns who spent a week at New York University learning to cover all aspects of business. He went to work at the Atlanta Business Chronicle and after his internship ended he was offered a full-time job as a digital producer for the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Read his clips here.

College juniors, seniors and graduates enrolled full-time on Nov. 8 are eligible to apply, including December graduates, and U.S. students studying abroad.

To apply, students should visit the programs page on the News Fund’s website. Applicants are required to complete an online application and take a one-hour test for the program(s) they are applying to by Nov. 8.

Dr. Jim Foust is managing the Test administration for BGSU. Contact him at jfoust@bgsu.edu for more information.

Executive Producer

Position Summary

WVNS TV / 59 News in Beckley, WV is searching for a hands-on journalist for the position of Executive Producer.  This person is the number two manager in newsroom.  The successful candidate will have a proven track record as a newscast producer who desires to coach and mentor our producing staff to the next level.

Vacancy Type:
Full Time
Date Posted:
Closing Date:
West Virginia
See Requirements

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Candidate must be capable of juggling multiple tasks.
  • Supervise reporters, photographers, and producers on a daily basis.
  • Lead breaking news coverage and create work schedules.
  • Develope and execute election coverage and any special projects.
  • Ideal candidate is a manager who has a proven record of mentoring, leading, and inspiring employees.
  • Fill in line-producing on an as needed basis.

Requirements & Skills

  • College Degreee preferrred
  • Minimum 3 years line-producing experience preferred
  • Digital & social media experience is required


Physical Demands & Work Environment:

The Executive Producer must be able to sit, conduct telephone conversations, use electronic mail, write letters and memos, conduct face-to-face discussions with individuals or groups, make decisions without supervision, make decisions that impact the results of co-workers, work near others, and work indoors in environmentally controlled conditions.  In addition, the Executive Producer must be able to handle, control or feel objects, tools or controls.  Repetitive movements are required.  Work may be conducted in extremely bright or inadequate lighting conditions.

Apply online at: https://broadcastcareers-nexstar.icims.com
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Immediate Opening: Managing Editor wanted for new BGSU Alumni Newsletter

Do you have a strong eye for great copy, engaging videos, and compelling, newsworthy campus events? Do you know how to give clear direction, meet deadlines, and harness the power of others? If any of this sounds familiar, we want to hear from you!

BGSU is partnering with Fuel Leadership to develop a fresh and new weekly alumni newsletter.  We are launching this fall and are hiring a managing editor who will be responsible for managing a small team that will source, develop, and publish stories and videos that cover campus events, interesting alumni, career development, giving initiatives, and anything else current students think would interest our student and alumni communities.

Qualified applicants possess strong written and communication skills, work well independently and remotely (you can work from your home/apartment/dorm), can multi-task in a small-team environment, are skilled at concise storytelling and content creation, are curious about (but not necessarily experienced in) data analytics, have a pulse on the campus culture, and are wicked time managers (did we mention deadlines?).

If this job description sounds like it was written just for you, if you’re a full-time sophomore/junior, interested in earning $20 an hour, have a spare (and totally flexible) 10-20 hours a week, and are looking for super valuable early career experience that will add to your portfolio by graduation, then submit a cover letter, work samples, and current resume to Jenny Holaday, president of Fuel Leadership at: jenny@fuelleadership.com

BGSU Votes Student Leader Position Descriptions and Application 2019-2020

BGSU Votes is a non-partisan, student-led initiative of the Center for Public Impact focused on fostering a climate for civic engagement and voter participation.  Student leaders are crucial to this initiative and we are currently recruiting two additional student leaders for the 2019-2020 academic year.  Each role is supported by different national partners: The Andrew Goodman Foundation and the Campus Election Engagement Project.  For more details about each position see the descriptions below.  You may apply for both positions, but one person will be selected for the AGF Ambassador role and a separate person will be selected for the CEEP Fellow role. Submit application to bgsuvotes@bgsu.edu by September 12, 2019.   Questions?  419-372-9865 or visit us in 100 University Hall, M-F, 8 am – 5 pm.


Position 1: Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF) Vote Everywhere Ambassador

Vote Everywhere is a national, non-partisan, civic engagement movement of student leaders and university partners. The program provides extensive training, resources, as well as a peer network to support its Ambassadors while they work to register voters, bring down voting barriers, and tackle important social justice issues on their college campuses.



  • Commits on average at least 5 hours per week on the following tasks in this order of priority:
    • Build a communications and marketing campaign to promote BGSU Votes and the Andrew Goodman Foundation including different forms of media:
      • Create social media accounts, develop strategies to increase followers, engagement and sustainability throughout the year.
      • Develop content for print, website and other media.
    • Planning campus events, registering voters, training volunteers, organizing Get Out the Vote (GOTV) efforts, and institutionalizing voting at BGSU.
    • Develops, improves, and employs existing leadership skills, including communication and public relations, community organizing and outreach, and strategic planning.
    • Organizes, partners, and mobilizes like-minded students, clubs, and organizations around voting and advocacy issues.



  • The student cannot be a current elected official in a political party or student organization affiliated with a political party;
  • Marketing and communications skills related to developing effective communications campaigns.
  • Social media skills including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat;
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills;
  • Ability to work with creativity, flexibility, and enthusiasm;
  • Genuine passion for social change and commitment to social justice and equity;
  • Willing to learn policies and processes related to voting;



  • Annual stipend of $1,000, paid by AGF, in $500 increments at the end of each semester.
  • The stipend may be used by each Ambassador in their sole discretion including covering their expenses for educational and associated living costs. The stipend is a nominal fee for each volunteerAmbassador and is not in receipt of compensation for any particular services rendered.

Position 2: Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) Fellow

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is a national non-partisan project that helps America’s colleges and universities get as many of their 20 million students as possible to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves, and turn out at the polls. CEEP teaches administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders to use their institutional resources to engage students.


Fellows will lead their campus with voter registration, voter education, and voter engagement events leading up to the 2019 – 2020 elections. Fellows will work with existing BGSU Votes leadership team to develop and implement a plan on their campus on how administrators, faculty, staff and student leaders can help register and engage students in the election process.  Fellows will receive orientation, training support and guidance from CEEP. This position is for the fall 2019 collegiate semester, with the potential of extending through spring 2020.



CEEP fellows will organize various election engagement events on campus, while building leadership skills with other fellows and organizations both at the state and national levels. Through this fellowship you will work to institutionalize voter engagement efforts, leaving a lasting legacy for students to come. Specific things to expect:

  • Contribute 100 hours to fellowship activities listed below:
    • Schedule biweekly CEEP check-in calls with CEEP State Director or National Fellowship Director to troubleshoot campus plan and provide additional support;
    • Collaborate and partner with student organizations, campus administrators, and faculty to organize voter registration, voter education, and voter engagement efforts on your campus;
    • Plan and complete at least 4 – 8 election engagement deliverables documented in the activity tracker;
    • Compose and submit an end of semester report summarizing activities and



  • The student cannot be a current elected official in a political party or student organization affiliated with a political party;
  • Currently enrolled students with a positive and friendly attitude;
  • A commitment to educating peers about the importance of voter registration and becoming an informed voter;
  • Self-starters who take initiative to develop and implement their work plans;
  • Flexible with time commitments and interest for voter registration/voter education;
  • Willingness to participate in initial orientation/training, and maintain regular contact with CEEP staff.


Compensation:  $500 stipend paid by CEEP at end of fall semester once all expectations are satisfied.

Term of Service: September – November 29, 2019 (potential of extending through spring 2020)





Submit application to bgsuvotes@bgsu.edu by September 12, 2019

Questions?  419-372-9865 or visit us in 100 University Hall, M-F, 8 am – 5 pm




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Available times between 8 am – 8 pm

This will be used to determine interview times if selected as a finalist

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Name and title of Reference:

Email of Reference:

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I am interested in applying for the following position (check appropriate box):

☐  Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF) Vote Everywhere Ambassador*

☐  Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) Fellow

☐  I would like to apply for both positions (You may apply for both positions, but one person will be selected for the AGF position and a separate person will be selected for the CEEP position)



Please write a short essay below (250-500 words) highlighting why you are interested in this or these positions and why you are the most qualified candidate. Be sure to express why civic and political engagement is important to you.


*If you are applying for the Andrew Goodman Foundation Vote Everywhere Ambassador position, please be sure to also describe your skills and experience with social media and developing marketing/communication campaigns.  We need a student leader in this role that has experience to set up our social media accounts and also develop effective marketing and communication campaigns to educate and motivate more students to be civically engaged and to participate in voting.


Please attach a current resume with your application.

Equestrian Therapy Program

I’m pleased to do so, as this seems like a wonderful opportunity for both parties. Our unpaid internships are generally tailored to the individual intern, but essentially we are looking for someone who wants the opportunity to learn about non-profit organizations.

As a center that works with disabled people, we feel we can offer an intern the unique opportunity to learn the balance between sharing news on social media and maintaining client confidentiality.

We would also like to offer the chance for interns to work with WordPress templates for blogging—keeping our followers up to date, while at the same time discretely advertising our facility and our many services.

I hope this explains some of the opportunities we can provide. We are more than happy to show a prospective intern around the farm and share with them the magic that is the Equestrian Therapy Program.

Sonya Carver

Farm Manager

Equestrian Therapy Program

22532 Bowsher Road, Cridersville, OH 45806



Community Learning Centers

The Community Learning Centers would be very interested in a potential intern, majoring in Journalism or Public Relations, from Bowling Green State University for the fall semester. The Community Learning Centers of Wood County Educational Service Center provide quality enrichment and extended learning activities for elementary children – grades kindergarten through sixth. Our daily Before-school, After-school, and Summer STARS program meets the care and supervision needs of parents during out-of-school hours while engaging children in fun learning experiences that complement their school-day instruction.

This internship would provide a $500 dollar stipend. The primary duties for this internship would be to develop a donation pamphlet, a letter to potential donors, possible website updates, possible news releases, plus develop a database of potential funders.

Tim Bialecki
Program Quality Coordinator
Wood County Educational Service Center
1867 North Research Drive
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Office: (419)-354-9010

Imagination Station Public Relations & Communications Intern – Unpaid

We realize that the best and brightest students are seeking high quality learning opportunities through hands-on learning experiences. Imagination Station is offering such an opportunity to highly motivated individuals as a part of our marketing team. Through this unpaid internship, you can gain solid, real-life experience and become actively involved in many levels of public relations and communication. You’ll gain an expanded skill set, show proven results, greater understanding of what it takes to be successful in the current business environment and a greater sense of confidence in your abilities. Most importantly, you’ll have fun building a solid foundation on which to successfully launch your career.

Public Relations/Communications

  • Assist with developing, writing and distributing approved press releases
  • Assist with researching additional PR opportunities, including article submissions and letters to the editor Support Imagination Station’s efforts to establish and maintain relationships with the media and key influencers by researching potential partners and building contact lists.
  • Track, log, and compile media performance
  • Assist with creating, building and distributing press kits
  • Assist with posting logos and organizational summaries to industry related web sites and publications
  • Assist with finding and completing appropriate award entries
  • Provide creative ideas and plans to support overall public relations, digital media and marketing efforts
  • Use our content managent system and update the Imagination Station website
  • Provide general support to the Marketing team when necessary


Exceptional verbal and written skills are a must with the ability to work effectively under deadlines
Comfortable talking to visitors about upcoming events and get them engaged in our activities
Always have a professional approach when working on projects, emails and phone calls
Comfortable working in a group setting and the ability to work on projects on your own
Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs
Work from 9am – 5pm at least two days during each work week or 4 half days Monday through Friday for a minimum of 16 to 20 hours a week
Receiving college credit for the internship
A valid driver’s license and the ability to pass a drug and background check

Please send your resume and a cover letter explaining why you are a good fit for the position to Leslie Roth, HR Coordinator, at LRoth@ISTscience.org.

Children’s Resource Center Intern

The Children’s Resource Center is seeking an intern from the BGSU Department of Journalism & Public Relations, School of Media and Communication 10 hours per week for 12 weeks to:

  • Assist the CRC with marketing/recruitment of employees by assisting us in developing a FAQ on Mental Health Positions for our website;
  • Work with us on an area of our Website and Facebook page on updating and enhancing the product lines;
  • Potentially assist us in producing three video projects: 1 for employee recruitment and 1 for agency clients, and 1 for the overall community to explain our services and our Sanctuary Model.

You must include resume and cover letter. Please include skill sets matching the above needs.

Please respond to Patricia A. Harrelson, Executive Director at Pattyh@crcwoodcounty.org before 5PM on Friday September 6th, 2019 for consideration.

Heart Gallery


We are seeking a motivated intern to be part of a small team managing a gallery associated with St Paul’s
Lutheran Church. The Gallery hosts monthly exhibits for the greater Toledo community, primarily active
seniors. It is also a rental space for wedding events and special occasions. The inclusion of a licensed,
commercial kitchen makes it a unique venue in downtown Toledo.


The Intern will have an important role developing a cohesive marketing plan for monthly events, including
printed materials, social media and local advertising platforms. Some door-to-door canvassing among the
Adams and Jackson Street businesses is planned. Additionally, the Intern has the opportunity to learn the
details of installing art exhibits, and the important elements of hospitality associated with producing a wide
variety of events to a diverse cross section of Toledo.


Self-starter with careful attention to detail
Ability to build rapport with others
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Social Media promotion experience
Positive attitude
A valid driver’s license or ability to get transportation to downtown Toledo once per month
Ability to work 8-10 hours per week; divided remotely or on-site

We Offer

Great flexibility in hours
The opportunity to choose work in areas of interest
Training in marketing and event production
Reimbursement for gas and travel expenses
As most events involve food: healthy leftovers!


Community Learning Centers

The Community Learning Centers of Wood County Educational Service Center provide quality enrichment and extended learning activities for elementary children – grades kindergarten through sixth. Our daily Before-school, After-school, and Summer STARS program meets the care and supervision needs of parents during out-of-school hours while engaging children in fun learning experiences that complement their school-day instruction.

This internship would provide a $500 dollar stipend.  The primary duties for this internship would be to maintain/ improve our donation packet, plus develop a database of potential funders.

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