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Explore internship and job opportunities in media, communications, sports, journalism and digital marketing.

Browse a variety of broadcast, public relations, print and digital media internships and part-time job listings. Learn more about Internship Interview Day. View open fellowship opportunities.

McClatchy

Deadline: Friday, Oct. 21, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

At McClatchy, we believe in being the eyes, ears and voice for the communities we cover. We know to achieve this effectively involves creating space for a new generation of driven and diverse journalists to get their start.

If you're passionate about journalism that engages community and effects real local change, apply to join our 2023 internship program in newsrooms across the country from the Miami Herald to the Sacramento Bee.
As a McClatchy Intern, you can expect to:

- Be treated like a staff member, whether you are working as a reporter, visual storyteller, or audience / social media specialist.

- You will be assigned to a senior-level mentor during the internship and will receive coaching, training and mentoring.

- Work with seasoned staffers and work directly with local leaders.

Our paid internships are 10 weeks. We have at least one internship in all 30 of McClatchy's newsrooms in the United States.
We are seeking smart, curious self-starters who are interested in a professional career in journalism, multimedia and digital design.

We believe in telling the stories that shape and shake our world. If you believe as we do, come join a company with a 160-year history of being a force for change. We have a great opportunity for you.

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO APPLY FOR AN INTERNSHIP AT ONE OR MORE OF OUR MARKETS. (You may apply to more than one but please do so directly through each link listed below for full consideration.)

To apply, be sure to include your resume, a persuasive cover letter and 4-6 samples of your best work, as well as an indication of where you are interested in interning. We will be selecting candidates for 2023 in late fall of 2022.

Please note: Finalists not selected by the market of their choice, may be contacted about additional internship opportunities at other news markets.

Producing Internship

Deadline: Friday, Oct. 14, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

PBS NewsHour West is seeking two interns for spring semester 2023. One intern will earn one unit of credit (MCO294); the other will earn three units (JMC484). All internships pay $15/hour.

Class standing: juniors, seniors, graduate students, or well-qualified sophomores (must register for credit)

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The internship provides an opportunity to assist in the production of an award-winning daily national news broadcast on public media’s premier television news program. You will help the team at NewsHour West update the program with breaking news and information that is relevant to our audiences on the West Coast, Alaska and Hawaii.

OVERVIEW:

The internship program is designed to give currently enrolled students at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication practical, hands-on experience in a newsroom setting. During their tenure, interns are exposed to many aspects of producing a nightly television news program and digital content. Duties include researching stories, writing copy and selecting photos/videos. Interns will edit VOs, format photos and create graphics, learn the fundamentals of iNews, and accompany production teams in the field for local shoots. They will also format rundowns, fact-check breaking news stories, assist in line producing and help time the show in the control room.

ELIGIBILITY:

Current undergraduate or graduate students enrolled and in good standing at the Cronkite School who have completed JMC 305/306 (Multimedia Journalism) or the graduate-level MCO 502 (Journalism Skills) class.

QUALIFICATIONS:

● Excellent writing and research skills

● Demonstrated interest in journalism and/or television production

● Strong work ethic and effective time management

● Experience with Adobe Photoshop, Premiere and knowledge of ENPS or iNews

SPRING INTERNSHIPS:

Spring semester internships begin Jan. 3, 2023 and continue through the week of May 15, 2023 with time off for final exams. Training and orientation will occur the first week of January.

One unit of credit (MCO294): This intern will work two days per week (approx. 8 hours/week).

Three units of credit (JMC484): This intern will work three days per week (approx. 12 hours/week). This schedule qualifies for three units of credit. This intern must be willing to work the entire spring semester with minimal time off in order to earn enough qualifying hours.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Please send a resume with a link to work samples, three references and reference contact information to Phil Maravilla at PMaravilla@newshour.org. Deadline to apply is noon (PHX Time) Oct. 21. Priority will be given to applications submitted by Oct. 14. Thank you for your interest!

The Washington Post

Deadline: Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Washington Post is seeking students for our 2023 newsroom internship program. It is preferred that applicants must have had at least one professional news media job or internship. We are looking for college juniors, seniors and graduate students enrolled in a degree program by the application deadline, which is noon, Eastern Time Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022.

For more information, contact Senior Editor Carla Broyles at newsinterns@washpost.com. This position is based in our Washington newsroom.

The Post strives to provide its readers with high-quality, trustworthy news and information while constantly innovating. That mission is best served by a diverse, multi-generational workforce with varied life experiences and perspectives. All cultures and backgrounds are welcomed.

Sportsnaut

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Sportsnaut is a US-based national sports site that covers the NFL from news and rumors to rankings and statistics. The site also focuses on coverage of the NBA, MLB, College Football, and NASCAR.

The selected intern responsibilities will include:

Tackle daily journalism assignments that could include breaking sports news reporting, plus writing, copy editing, online production assignments, social media, and research.
Gather information from sources at any location and through any means commonly available for news stories.
Participate in brainstorming sessions.
The internship is perfect for a student that has a passion for sports and specific sports team coverage.

This is a paid internship opportunity.

NBCUniversal

Deadline: Friday, Oct. 7, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

See yourself at NBCU! Be a part of our intern community, a diverse group of curious and passionate trailblazers who we believe are the future of our industry.

The NBCUniversal Internship Program allows students to unlock their potential by contributing to big projects in meaningful ways that matter. To thrive as an NBCU intern, you are ready to bring your passion for media, entertainment, and technology along with your desire to learn each day.

Your professional development is important to us. NBCU interns receive career prep, leadership exposure, connection to other interns, networking, and of course, all the fun you can imagine along the way.

To meet students where they are, we offer both virtual and in-person internship opportunities for the Spring 2023 semester, and all internships will be part-time (approximately 16-24 hours per week). Because we know it can be challenging to balance coursework and internship commitments, we are now offering interns paid time off for mental health, school exams, and personal holidays.

MANO Project

Deadline: Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Alamo, TX
Project Title: Connecting Communities with the Anza Trail

Project Type: Remote

Duration: 52 weeks. Approximate period between January 2022 to January 2023

Location: Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail (Anza Trail), California and Arizona.
Offices located in Richmond, CA

Housing: Must be secured by the intern. A housing stipend of up to $1,500 per month will be provided.

Project Background:
This project provides for a one-year developmental internship with the Anza Trail. The intern will work closely with the Interpretive Program Manager of the Trails office to research, make community leadership connections and lay the foundation for multi-dimensional, cross-cultural Interpretive programming in preparation for the Anza Trail’s 250th Anniversary of the Anza Expedition. The 250th Anniversary coincides with the US Semi-quincentennial years of 2025/2026.

The intern will engage existing community and tribal contacts, reach out to additional community contacts and organizations that will collaborate with trail staff. In working with the contacts, we intend to amplify and connect thoughtful public programs and events that will lead up to a multifaceted commemoration year. The intent is to develop community connections, test out and develop themes in the years leading up to a 250th commemoration. cross-cultural perspectives can be authentically voiced in the 250th Commemoration of the Anza Expedition.

Click the application link for more information.

USA Today

Deadline: Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

This paid internship program gives college students an exciting opportunity to produce high-quality journalism alongside some of the world's most talented reporters, editors, photographers and videographers.

We’re seeking candidates who are looking for a professional-level experience and have the initiative, skills and judgment to excel at it.

You should have the ability to work independently and collaboratively across the teams. Critical thinking and analytical skills will be encouraged and sharpened.

Interns are assigned to work for nation, opinion, entertainment, politics, audience, visuals, graphics, or consumer news teams.

Our interns edit copy, pitch story ideas, report; create videos, graphics, and photographs and write articles, scripts, photo captions and social media language. In return, interns are assigned a mentor and attend weekly training sessions during this paid 10-week internship program.

Interns currently have the option of working remote or in one of our offices in Los Angeles, New York City, Washington, D.C., or at our main office at McLean, Virginia. Housing and transportation are not provided, and relocation is not required.

Charles Schwab

Deadline: Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The design of the program invites interns to engage directly in Schwab’s culture of service, while challenging them with a blend of learning programs, team-building activities, networking opportunities, and enriching work projects. Features of our 2023 program include:
· Business Track Project: Working with your host business track at Schwab provides a meaningful and valuable experience to translate classroom learning into real business projects.
· Intern Cohort Project: Partner with other interns to brainstorm, discuss learning experiences, and present solutions.
· Learning Activities: Participate in facilitated training, team discussions and events, individual assessments and activities, senior leader meetings, and on-the-job training.
· Dedicated Intern Leader: Receive regular feedback from your leader, participate in career-related discussions, and provide your own feedback.
· Strengths Application: Learn about yourself and how to apply your unique strengths, abilities, and goals to the work you do as part of Schwab’s ‘strengths-based’ culture.
· Networking: Build your network by interacting with professionals across Schwab, including senior leaders, peers, and Schwab Intern Academy Alumni.

Because interns are considered a primary pipeline for full-time opportunities, every intern candidate must be eligible for full-time employment upon graduation and must also meet the following requirements:
· Enrolled in a current undergraduate or graduate program tracking to graduate between August 2023 and June 2024
· Ability to work full time and be on-site at assigned Schwab location during the 9-week program (June 5 to August 4, 2023)
· Have specific skills as specified by the hosting Business Track

We look for students with:
· Optimism and curiosity, who possess a keen sense of purpose, awareness, and knowledge and who have the demeanor of an everyday leader
· Resourcefulness and flexibility, who enjoy working through cross-functional partnerships and collaboration to achieve a common purpose

An innovative and questioning demeanor, who constantly look for better ways to do things, have a passion for service, and seek to exceed client expectations

Locations: Austin, TX, Lone Tree, CO, San Francisco, CA

To apply, please email resume to nicholasneptune@lagrant.com or kimhunter@lagrant.com.

Boston Globe Media

Deadline: Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Boston Globe summer internship program began more than 60 years ago as an opportunity for college students interested in journalism to gain practical experience at a major news organization.

The largest group of interns works in the News department as general assignment reporters. Other intern reporters will be hired for the Business, Sports, and Living/Arts departments. We also have intern positions in the Photography and Design departments, and on the News copy desk. Internships are NOT limited to students with journalism majors.

An aptitude for journalism is the most important qualification for applicants. However, a previous internship is recommended. Applicants must have a driver’s license and should be comfortable driving as our interns cover stories from all over New England.

Summer interns work as full-time employees for 12 weeks. Interns are paid a weekly wage and work shifts vary. There is a writing coach for the reporting interns, and discussions with editors and staff on a range of journalism topics for all of the interns.

To apply, please follow the directions on the side of this application, and fill out all requirements.

Work samples required. Attached images or personal online portfolios accepted.

Questions? Contact Paula Bouknight at paula.bouknight@globe.com

Boston Globe Media

Deadline: Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Boston Globe summer internship program began more than 60 years ago as an opportunity for college students interested in journalism to gain practical experience at a major news organization.

The largest group of interns works in the News department as general assignment reporters. Other intern reporters will be hired for the Business, Sports, and Living/Arts departments. We also have intern positions in the Photography and Design departments, and on the News copy desk. Internships are NOT limited to students with journalism majors.

An aptitude for journalism is the most important qualification for applicants. However, a previous internship is recommended. Applicants must have a driver’s license and should be comfortable driving as our interns cover stories from all over New England.

Summer interns work as full-time employees for 12 weeks. Interns are paid a weekly wage and work shifts vary. There is a writing coach for the reporting interns, and discussions with editors and staff on a range of journalism topics for all of the interns.

To apply, please follow the directions on the side of this application, and fill out all requirements.

Work samples required. Attached images or personal online portfolios accepted.

Questions? Contact Paula Bouknight at paula.bouknight@globe.com

Boston Globe Media

Deadline: Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Boston Globe summer internship program began more than 60 years ago as an opportunity for college students interested in journalism to gain practical experience at a major news organization.

The largest group of interns works in the News department as general assignment reporters. Other intern reporters will be hired for the Business, Sports, and Living/Arts departments. We also have intern positions in the Photography and Design departments, and on the News copy desk. Internships are NOT limited to students with journalism majors.

An aptitude for journalism is the most important qualification for applicants. However, a previous internship is recommended. Applicants must have a driver’s license and should be comfortable driving as our interns cover stories from all over New England.

Summer interns work as full-time employees for 12 weeks. Interns are paid a weekly wage and work shifts vary. There is a writing coach for the reporting interns, and discussions with editors and staff on a range of journalism topics for all of the interns.

To apply, please follow the directions on the side of this application, and fill out all requirements.

Work samples required. Attached images or personal online portfolios accepted.

Questions? Contact Paula Bouknight at paula.bouknight@globe.com

Boston Globe Media

Deadline: Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Boston Globe summer internship program began more than 60 years ago as an opportunity for college students interested in journalism to gain practical experience at a major news organization.

The largest group of interns works in the News department as general assignment reporters. Other intern reporters will be hired for the Business, Sports, and Living/Arts departments. We also have intern positions in the Photography and Design departments, and on the News copy desk. Internships are NOT limited to students with journalism majors.

An aptitude for journalism is the most important qualification for applicants. However, a previous internship is recommended. Applicants must have a driver’s license and should be comfortable driving as our interns cover stories from all over New England.

Summer interns work as full-time employees for 12 weeks. Interns are paid a weekly wage and work shifts vary. There is a writing coach for the reporting interns, and discussions with editors and staff on a range of journalism topics for all of the interns.

To apply, please follow the directions on the side of this application, and fill out all requirements.

Work samples required. Attached images or personal online portfolios accepted.

Questions? Contact Paula Bouknight at paula.bouknight@globe.com

The Wall Street Journal

Deadline: Monday, Oct. 17, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Intern at the Wall Street Journal! Check out various internship positions for the spring or summer of next year!

The Washington Post

Deadline: Friday, Oct. 7, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Every summer, we welcome a cohort of engineering interns to The Post. They have ranged from undergraduate frosh/first-years to graduate students, as well as recent grads (see eligibility details below) of undergrad and graduate programs.

Internships are remote-friendly on most teams (exceptions noted on application), but you can choose to work from our DC office. Note that The Post does not provide housing support.

How does the internship work?

Interns are incorporated into their team's sprint workflow and will write and ship code to production alongside full-time engineers. The News Engineering team has an outline / explainer of what the internship looks like on that team, and this is somewhat broadly applicable, but please reach out with questions about specific teams! See the application for more details about the types of work each team does.

You can email us any questions at engineering-internships@washpost.com

Eligibility
There is no minimum experience requirement for our internship program.

You must be a degree-seeking student (2- or 4-year degree, etc., community college applicants are welcome!) on the date that you submit your application. Part-time students are eligible!

So, a student who applies in fall 2022 and will graduate in winter 2022 or spring 2023 is still eligible to be an intern. If you are on a leave of absence, you are still considered a student and are welcome to apply. Please email us with any questions about this.

You do not need to be a US citizen, but you do need to be eligible to work in the United States. Many students are eligible via an F1 visa or OPT. Check in with your University for more details and contact us with questions about your specific situation at engineering-internships@washpost.com

Dow Jones News Fund

Deadline: Monday, Nov. 14, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Dow Jones News Fund internship program has a legacy of excellence dating back to 1960. Each year DJNF arranges paid internships for nearly 100 college students across the country and provides them with advanced hands-on training, industry mentors and a robust peer and alumni network to tap into.

Interns attend one-week training programs before reporting to work in paid internships at top media companies for 10 to 12 weeks. Weekly salaries start at $525. Interns who are enrolled full-time or graduates with federal loans are eligible for $1,500 scholarships.

Positions:
+ Audience Engagement: Learn the art of social media and audience development at every step of the process. This includes understanding analytics and developing a strategy, SEO best practices, graphic design for social media, photo selection and editing, AP Style and news judgment, newsletters and news curation and finding user-generated content and trending topics on social media.

+ Business Reporting: Sharpen your reporting skills telling the stories of entrepreneurs, mergers and acquisitions, workers and labor unions, tech startups, Black-owned businesses, stocks and bonds, cryptocurrency, real estate and much more. Spend a week learning key elements of the business beat from the best in the business.

+ Data Journalism: Spend next summer asking tough questions, digging into government records and building interactive data visualizations that reveal untold stories. At the DJNF data journalism program, interns learn computer-assisted reporting as well as how to analyze and clean data and make Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.

+ Digital Media: Learn how to flex your digital skills next summer. This program covers a little bit of everything—from creating engaging visual and audio content to analyzing web traffic and social media, to learning the latest storytelling techniques–to make sure you are ready to jump into a rapidly evolving media ecosystem.

+ Multiplatform Editing: If you love language and are passionate about fact-checking, grammar and spelling, you have a future in editing. Editors assess copy for accuracy, completeness, tone and style, write headlines and design pages. During the training, interns hone their visual design, headline writing and SEO skills, strengthen their news judgment and publish high quality content on deadline.

La Voz

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Click link for more details!

Tampa Bay Times

Deadline: Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

ELIGIBILITY
You must be a college undergraduate or graduate student. Top candidates for this competitive program have generally been juniors, seniors and graduate students who have completed a prior professional news internship.

We also know great journalists come from a variety of nontraditional paths and backgrounds. If you don’t meet these exact criteria but want to share with us what you would bring to the Times, please tell us more in your cover letter.

We are committed to creating an inclusive newsroom that reflects our diverse community. We especially encourage members of underrepresented communities to apply.

DETAILS
Internships run 10 weeks. Dates are flexible, but typically interns begin in early June. Interns are assigned to a newsroom in St. Petersburg or Tampa.

You must have an updated laptop and, in most cases, a reliable, personal vehicle. Mileage is reimbursed. You will receive newsroom parking credentials. The Times does not provide housing, but we do our best to advise you in your search.

Summer interns receive $525 for a 40-hour week. Interns are not eligible to receive benefits.

Interns are held to the standards of all Times staff, including ethics policies.

HOW TO APPLY
Applications require a one-page resume (with three references), a cover letter and examples of your best work. Requirements vary per role. You may apply for more than one role.

Clips should be legible and accessible. They should be published work. Links are acceptable, but be aware of paywalls. PDFs are preferred.

To apply for metro, life & culture, engagement or sports roles, use this form.

To apply for photo, use this form.

For summer 2023 internships, the deadline is Nov. 1, 5 p.m.

We will notify applicants by mid-January.

Gray Television

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Gray Media Future Focus paid internship Program is an immersive experience where you train and work as a paid remember. With 113 television stations across the U.S., Gray Media offers and unprecedented opportunity for students to learn from seasoned professionals in a hands-on environment. You will gain an expanded resume and portfolio and access a fast track to a full-time career with Gray Media.
These internships aren’t just for news, either. We take interns in production, marketing, sales and engineering. These internships are happening year round, but the most intense competition is in the summer. Please think of the internship like a part time job with hands on training.

Midnight Publishing

Deadline: Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Midnight Publishing specializes in book editing, from proofreading to developmental editing, and publishing consultation for fiction and non-fiction authors. We work with authors from all over the world, have a roster of award-winning books that we have helped write, edit and publish, and offer ongoing education on the publishing industry. We are looking for interns with excellent writing and research skills to help brainstorm, pitch and write weekly articles for the blog, which focuses on industry news, writing and editing tips, local author and reader events, author marketing and publicity, and more. Interns will also be expected to create blog images, format articles in Wordpress, and help build Midnight Publishing’ social media presence by scheduling and posting content in a platform such as Hootsuite. As an intern directly managed by our CEO, you will gain hands-on experience with writing publishing, editing, and writing based content, managing a brand’s social media channels, and have the opportunity to expand the brand’s growth. Strong writing and proofreading skills are a must, experience in Wordpress, SEO and Canva a plus.

Visit Phoenix

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Marketing Intern will gain visibility into the inner workings and aspects of the tourism marketing field, provide concrete deliverables, and learn from top to bottom. This role provides direct support for the Marketing Department; this position will be involved in multiple areas of the department as needed. Strong organizational, multi-tasking and attention to details are also important, as well as a thorough knowledge of the Greater Phoenix area.

Deseret News

Deadline: Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The News Division of the Deseret News is looking for a talented student intern reporter to help cover the Utah Legislature. This internship offers students a distinctive journalism experience unlike any other. Our legislative intern is a full-time member of our daily reporting team at the Utah State Capitol during the 45-day Legislative Session. Following the session, the intern joins our Utah reporting staff. This full-time internship for college students focuses on daily Utah news stories, projects and features for Deseret News, Deseret.com and KSL.com. The four-month internship is a full-time paid position.

WPEC News

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

WPEC News has an opening for a Fall 2022 News Intern! The selected intern will have the opportunity to gain real-world newsroom experience and learn how the News is produced from start to finish through observational learning and hands-on training. If you are studying journalism, mass communications, communications, or a related field and want to experience the world of news firsthand, then this is the place to learn! This paid internship opportunity is located in West Palm Beach, FL.

WSBT News

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

WSBT News has two openings for Fall 2022 News Interns! The selected interns will have the opportunity to gain real-world newsroom experience and learn how the News is produced from start to finish through observational learning and hands-on training. If you are studying journalism, mass communications, communications, or a related field and want to experience the world of news firsthand, then this is the place to learn! This paid internship opportunity is located in South Bend, IN.

Bally Sports North

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Bally Sports North has one opening for a Fall 2022 Intern! Bally Sports is the nation’s leading provider of local sports and owns and operates 21 regional networks including Bally Sports North. We serve as the TV home to more than half of all MLB, NHL and NBA teams based in the United States. Bally Sports North is proud to produce live, local telecasts for the Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Wild, Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx, and more.
The selected intern will have the opportunity to gain live sports production experience and learn the operations of sports television through observational learning and hands-on training. This internship is perfect for a student who has a passion for sports and is preparing for an exciting career in sports production or media.

This paid internship opportunity is located at Bally Sports North in Minneapolis, MN.

Tennis Channel

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Tennis Channel has an opening for a Fall 2022 Production Intern! The selected intern will have the opportunity to gain real-world production experience and learn different areas of the department such as content, remote studio, and social/digital. If you have an interest in Production and Digital Media and a willingness to learn, are studying journalism, communications, or a related field and want to experience the world of broadcast media firsthand in a live sports environment, then this is the place to learn! This paid internship opportunity is located in Santa Monica, CA.

What to Expect:
No day is the same; If you excel in an active, fast-moving environment and have the drive to learn the many different areas of live Sports production, this position is perfect for you; You will work with content executives, producers and editors and have a firsthand look into the world of live broadcast operations, scheduling, and logistics; You will receive training in various areas and learn from the live linear production operations team including how to execute studio and remote operations and the planning that goes into it; Experience what goes into live production shoots.

Requirements & Qualifications:
Must be attending an accredited college or university or is a recent college graduate; Willing to work approximately 15 hours a week for 10 weeks, beginning in September 2022; Must be at least 18 years of age; Must have reliable transportation and be able to work from our Santa Monica, CA location

Arizona’s Family (KTVK & KPHO)

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Looking for current college students who are interested in learning more about working in broadcast Photojournalism/videography. Get hands-on experience shooting/editing.

If you have the desire to grow your news photography/videography, take initiative and have the ability to reflect on your work and apply feedback, then you could be our next intern. This is a unique opportunity to learn from some of the best, award-winning journalists in the business. This is a paid, part-time internship!

Internship duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Must be available for three approximately 8-hour shifts/week. We are a 24/7 news operation, so days/nights/weekend shifts are available. Must have a responsible presence on social media/other digital platforms.

Internship Qualifications/Requirements:
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal), proven news judgment, ethics and integrity. Must have a valid driver’s license. Must have some videography experience. Strong work ethic, organizational and leadership skills. Must be able to work quickly, make deadlines, multi-task and show composure in spot news situations.

Orato World Media

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The program constitutes a semester-long internship, with start dates in the spring and fall semesters. Each internship runs for approximately 12 weeks. Approximately 20 juniors and seniors will be selected from collegiate journalism programs around the world by Orato’s publisher, CEO, editorial, and marketing teams. This is a fully remote internship that utilizes a digital work environment.
Students will be paid by the story.

The Hertel Report

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Hertel Report is seeking an enthusiastic, dependable intern with basic writing and reporting skills along with an interest in healthcare news and data. Photography skills a plus

Interns must be able to work remotely and produce stories and briefs as well as curate and summarize Arizona, regional and national healthcare coverage under the direction of the managing editor. Successful candidates will have a familiarity with AP style and the editorial process, and be comfortable in web-based environments. As interns gain experience and proficiency, additional assignments are available at .25 to .50 cents a word. Writing samples, clips must be provided prior to interview.
Intern Hours Each Week: 10-15 – Hourly $17
What we offer: Great opportunity to learn from Publisher Jim Hammond, one of Arizona’s leading healthcare experts, and plenty of assignments to practice your reporting and writing skills under the guidance of an experienced managing editor.
Please send a letter of interest to Managing Editor Paula Blankenship
Paula@thehertelreport.com

Chemistry Cultura

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

We have a unique Account Coordinator opportunity in our growing Phoenix office for a motivated, creative and professional individual who thrives in a challenging and fast-paced business environment. The candidate will gain valuable experience in the development and management of marketing and communications programs while assisting account teams with client management, marketing strategy, research, creative brainstorms, social media content development, influencer engagement, preparing news releases, analyzing coverage and preparing client reports. Account Coordinators’ performance is evaluated after 90 days with the option to continue employment based on performance and client needs.

McClatchy

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

We are seeking smart, curious self-starters who are interested in a professional career in journalism, multimedia and digital design.

We believe in telling the stories that shape and shake our world. We believe that trust is essential and that truth doesn’t have versions. We believe in being the eyes, ears and voices of the communities we cover. If you believe as we do, come join a company with a 160-year history of being a force for change. We have a great opportunity for you.

Please include your resume, a persuasive cover letter and 4-6 samples of your best work, as well as an indication of where you are interested in interning. We will be selecting candidates for 2023 in late fall of 2022.

KPNX 12News

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

KPNX 12News, TEGNA's NBC affiliate in Phoenix, is looking for a part-time digital video producer to manage video on multiple platforms.

From creating and editing to SEO and video optimization, the digital video producer will manage the 12News YouTube channel, cut video from our shows for digital platforms, edit video for various social media platforms and help our digital team transform tv content into powerful digital coverage. This position will have opportunities to learn streaming and other digital platforms beyond video.

Responsibilities:

Clip video from newscasts
Manage the 12News YouTube channel including optimization and TubeBuddy
Edit video for multiple digital platforms including OTT, 12News.com, YouTube and social media

PGA Entertainment

Deadline: Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The PGA Tour is seeking student workers for November 10th – 13th. Students interested in the opportunity must be available to work all of the days.
Some responsibilities include:

Golf cart driving

Assist the camera operator with sticks (tripod)

The position pays $15/hour with a guarantee of 8 hours. These positions are great for anyone looking to gain television/broadcasting experience or people that simply enjoy golf.

We would like for people in these positions to wear golf appropiate attire. No cargo pants or cargo shorts, no jeans, or no leggings can be worn on the course. It is encouraged to wear a hat/sunglasses if it is due to be a sunny day.

Here are more details on these positions:
- They must be at least 18 years of age, have a valid driver’s license.
- The position pays $15 per hour and they are guaranteed a minimum of 8 hours per day.
- Overtime begins after 8 hours in a day and also after 40 regular hours in a week. Double time starts after 12 hours in a day. We are on a payroll system so they will be paid by direct deposit the following Friday after submitting their hours by Monday after the tournament.
- These are local positions so there is no compensation for travel, hotel, per diem or expenses.

Email AndreaVerosko@pgatourmail.com to apply

Charles Schwab Cup

Deadline: Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

My name is Andrea Verosko and I am a scheduler/crewer for PGA Tour Entertainment and we are seeking help in finding camera assistants. We will be in town for the 2022 Charles Schwab Cup at the Phoenix Country Club in Phoenix, AZ from November 10th – 13th. The assistants would need to work ALL days.
Some responsibilities include:
Golf cart driving
Assist the camera operator with sticks (tripod)
The position pays $15/hour with a guarantee of 8 hours. These positions are great for anyone looking to gain television/broadcasting experience or people that simply enjoy golf.
We would like for people in these positions to wear golf appropriate attire. No cargo pants or cargo shorts, no jeans, or no leggings can be worn on the course. It is encouraged to wear a hat/sunglasses if it is due to be a sunny day.
Here are more details on these positions:
They must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid driver’s license.
The position pays $15 per hour and they are guaranteed a minimum of 8 hours per day. Overtime begins after 8 hours in a day and also after 40 regular hours in a week. Double time starts after 12 hours in a day. We are on a payroll system so they will be paid by direct deposit the following Friday after submitting their hours by Monday after the tournament.
These are local positions so there is no compensation for travel, hotel, per diem or expenses.

Arizona Realtor

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Real estate professional and former news anchor seeking a passionate social media assistant and content creator to help grow my brand's social media platforms. The ideal candidate will be a creative self-starter who is knowledgeable about best practices for creating and publishing content on social media. Knowledge of TikTok and Reels trends is a must! Social media assistant will take the reigns to schedule shoots, suggest video trends to jump on, and batch capture videos. Will bring fun ideas that reinforce the brand messaging to engage and grow a digital audience. Candidate must have reliable transportation for bi-weekly video shoots at my home office in central Phoenix, and on-location as needed around the central Phoenix corridor and Scottsdale.

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to Hailey Frances via email at haileyfrances.gindlesperger@russlyon.com.

Scholarships360

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Scholarships360 is a technology company that helps students pay for college with expert advice, recommendations, and tools. We're growing quickly and on pace to help over 2 million students fund their educational future.

To accelerate this growth, we’re hiring part-time content writers to work on new content initiatives. These positions are 100% remote, paid ($15 per hour) and would require at least 10 hours of work per week (with the potential to grow to 30+ hours per week). If you are passionate about education and writing, keep on reading to learn more!

Here’s what the role will look like:
· Write new pieces of content per week on topics related to scholarships, financial aid, and college admissions
· Research and generate ideas for new content
· Help us maintain an engaging, student-centric brand voice
· You will report to the Director of Content

Here’s what we’re looking for in an applicant:
· Current college student, graduate student, or recent college graduate
· Writing experience as a student blogger, intern, or writer for your college newspaper
· Understanding of the scholarship and financial aid process (either through personal experience or work study at your college)
· Self-starter who is able to meet deadlines and work in a remote work environment
· Growth mindset and willingness to take constructive criticism

Perks of this role include:
· Experience working at an early-stage tech company
· SEO and content marketing training
· Flexible schedule to work anywhere
· $15/ hour

How to apply:
Please send in the following to will@scholarships360.org:
· Resume
· 2-3 writing samples
· A few sentences about why you would be a good fit for this position

Deseret News

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Freelance Features Writing

Wage: $500 per feature

Deseret News is looking for freelance feature writers to pitch and write nationally-focused features. We will pay $500 for completed features.

Send pitches to mwalter@deseretnews.com

Spring 2023 Magazine Internship

Deadline: Monday, Oct. 31, 2022

Wage: Unpaid

Instructions:

Superstition Review is the online literary magazine produced by creative writing and web design students at Arizona State University. Founded in 2008, the mission of the journal is to promote contemporary art and literature by providing a free, easy-to-navigate, high quality online publication that features work by established and emerging artists and authors from all over the world.

We publish two issues a year with art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction, and poetry. We also enjoy honoring all members of our Superstition Review family by maintaining a strong year-round community of editors, submitters, contributors, and readers on our blog and social networks.

Trainees will register for a 3 credit-hour ENG 394 course. The course will offer a study of the field of literary magazines.

Upon successful completion of ENG 394, trainees will enroll in ENG 484 and become active interns with the magazine.

- All work is done completely online.
- We welcome interns from all fields.
- The internship is not available to ASU - Online students.
- Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

SheReads

Deadline: Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022

Wage: Unpaid

Instructions:

SheReads is dedicated to helping readers find their next great book. We create and publish daily content such as exclusive author interviews, book-to-screen news, and book roundups based on genre, pop culture, lifestyle, and geography, with an emphasis on underrepresented voices and supporting indie bookstores. SheReads.com has surpassed 3 million readers/200k visitors a month, sparking conversations about books and authors in fun, fresh ways.

We are always looking for interns with excellent writing skills to help support the consistency of our brand, write and format articles each week, pitch editorial content, and even assist with She Reads social media.

As an editorial website, content creation and entry is a large part of the internship, and as an intern you will gain hands-on experience with writing book-based content as a named contributor, working in WordPress to add and format articles, editorial schedules, social media, and basic search engine optimization. Fantastic writing skills are a must! We are particularly interested in anyone with experience writing bookish roundups/content (please view SheReads.com to check out our tone and style) and meticulous proofreading skills. Bonus points if you’re experienced in WordPress! Please submit writing samples with your resume and cover letter.

Hart Talent Agency

Deadline: Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022

Wage: Unpaid

Instructions:

Do you want to work on-air as a journalist? Or become a producer? Or, do you want to learn the inner-workings of a talent agency? We will coach you on how it works! Some duties include: editing and creating audition reels for our agency clients per agent notes. You will work remotely from home, editing and posting reels to the agency website. Our intern will be included on a weekly conference call regarding the television industry and changes that are happening and to discuss challenges our intern may have or to critique their work. Please contact Joe Hengemuehler at Joe@HartTalentManagement.com to schedule a time to discuss this opportunity. When doing so, please provide a link of samples of your editing skills and a copy of your resume, background and why you would like to be a part of our team.

Upper Valley Nighthawks Baseball Club

Wage: Unpaid

Instructions:

The Nighthawks are located in the heart of the Upper Valley in Hartford, Vermont. Our mission is to provide affordable entertainment for our fans, aid our players and staff in the betterment of their careers, and to raise awareness for other local nonprofit organizations. We are seeking individuals who have an interest in the business of sport management, baseball operations, sport media/communications, event management, or sales and advertising. We are hoping to find individuals with a passion for baseball and community, to join us for a summer of learning and fun. Our interns can learn about all aspects of running a sports franchise. The NECBL is a noteworthy league on any resume’ as the sport media world continues to grow.
The following internships are available, and a job description is below for each:
Director of Game Day Operations
Game Day Operations (2)
Director of Broadcasting
Director of Marketing and PR/Broadcast Production Assistant
Player Development (2) (Trackman Operator and Synergy Operator)
Director of Digital Content - Team Photographer/Videographer
Game Day Promotions Coordinator/On-Field Host
Please note these are unpaid positions, and students will assist in housing costs (we pay half of the $600 rent). If you require more information about a specific internship, please do not hesitate to reach out. Resume’s may be emailed indicating which position is of interest. *Broadcast and video applicants please include a reel*

Matt Wright - matt@uppervalleynighthawks.com

Headstand

Wage: Unpaid

Instructions:

We are looking for self-starters who will roll up their sleeves and help with whatever is thrown their way.
This could include new business research; media audits that inform outreach and pitch angles, client reports; media list development, drafting communications materials such as media pitches or speaking submissions, and ultimately calling the media!

Please feel free to email your resume to: katie.pippin@headstandgroup.com
For more information about the company, you can check out: www.headstandgroup.com

APA (ASU Football)

Wage: Unpaid

Instructions:

This internship position is a key role in facilitating all aspects. We strongly believe in giving opportunities to those who have worked with us and are eager to gain the experience needed to go from intern to employee in the sports. It is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door and grow with us after you're done with school.

Primary Duties:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function.

Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities:
Strong understanding of photography, composition, and light and how college football games work
Strong understanding of Canon photographic equipment. Strong understanding of Lightroom photo mechanic and Microsoft Office on PC platform. Ability to use pc and mac; Student will need an external drive formatted for both to move files between Windows and Macs and PCs. Ability to correctly and efficiently identify current and past football Players and Coaches. Ability to use lightroom and Photo Mechanic and caption photos catalog, keyword and archive images to be posted. Ability to multi-task and still complete projects in a timely manner, often under tight deadlines. Ability to work individually from media workroom the field and remotely