Category Archives: Internships

Dow Jones News Fund internships open

College juniors, seniors and graduate students are invited to apply to the Dow Jones News Fund for paid, prestigious internships in data journalism, digital media, business reporting and multiplatform editing during summer 2019. The application and test deadline is Nov. 1.

The Fund’s internship programs offer interns a week of advanced training at top universities before they report to work. During each residency interns are taught the latest newsgathering, editing and storytelling technologies.

Data journalism interns are trained to collect, analyze and visualize data to unlock compelling stories; digital media interns augment their range of reporting skills using video, audio, data and social analytics; business reporters spend a week in New York learning to cover all sectors from Wall Street to personal finance and local companies; and multiplatform editing interns hone their news judgment, headline writing, copy editing and page design skills.

American City Business Journals has sponsored training for 10 business reporting interns. The goal is to identify strong, local candidates who live or attend school near ACBJ newspapers to increase the potential for employment when internships end. Interns accepted into this program have attended pre-internship training at New York University with visits to CBS News, Conde Nast and the New Yorker. In the past four years, 38 business reporting interns have participated.

The Fund and sponsoring media cover travel costs to and from training and to newsrooms. Interns are responsible for their housing and commuting costs during the internship. Students who return to school after a successful internship will receive $1,000 college scholarships.

Snapshots from summer 2018:

  • Paolo Zialcita, a senior at the University of Nevada, Reno, spent 10 days at Arizona State University working with other digital media interns to produce Unsheltered, before heading to Connecticut Public Radio to cover stories ranging from immigration to legislative hearings to International Beer Day and more.
  • Orla McCaffrey, a recent graduate of Binghamton University, sharpened her data journalism skills at our residency program taught by experts from Investigative Reporters and Editors at the University of Missouri. Orla worked at The Wall Street Journal, earning a byline in her first week.
  • Trevor Lenzmeier, a 2018 graduate of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, attended the editing program at Temple University and interned at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Trevor was hired as an associate editor on the sports desk after his internship. Read more about his experience.
  • Kaitlyn Wang, a senior at New York University, was one of 26 business reporting interns who spent a week at New York University learning to cover all aspects of business before covering the tech industry for GeekWire in Seattle. One of her first assignments was a tour of Amazon’s headquarters.

Students enrolled full-time on Nov. 1 are eligible to apply, including December graduates, and U.S. students studying abroad.

To apply, students should visit the programs page on the Fund 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. 1.

Visit the Fund’s Directory of Test Monitors to find the campus contact for your school. Don’t see your school? Professors and college staff may sign up here to be test monitors and to receive program materials to distribute on campus. Students may also recruit monitors on their campuses.


Summer internships at the Boston Globe

The Boston Globe runs one of the top programs in the nation, giving interns the opportunity to work as reporters, or as a photographer or copy editor.

The 12-week paid internship places reporter-interns in News, Business, Living/Arts, and Sports departments; the photo intern shoots stills and video for all sections, and the copy editing intern works on local, national and foreign, and business copy as well as with Editors provide direction and feedback on a daily basis. Globe interns produce every day and finely polish their journalism skills over the summer.

The application deadline is Nov. 1.

More information on the program and an application can be accessed from

Public media virtual career fair

NPR and PBS stations are hiring! Right now, stations around the country are looking for reporters and editors, social media and digital experts, fundraisers and underwriting sales people; music hosts, videographers, engagement coordinators and event planners. Many of these stations are participating in Current’s October 17 Public Media Virtual Career Fair, a recruiting event that’s free and accessible to students and alumni.

The Virtual Career Fair is an easy way to job shop, make connections, learn about public media, secure follow-up interviews and get on the radar with recruiters for future openings.

For more information or to sign up, see

Internship at Heartland Youth Choir

Intern, 2018-19 School Year

Reports To: Director of Business

Hours: 10-15 per week during business hours, with up to 5 hours during evenings/weekends for special events

Pay: $10 per hour. Willing to consider Summer hours or extending additional school year for the right candidate

Job Description

  1. Assist with general office and administration tasks.
  2. Assist with Marketing duties, including social media posts, taking pictures/video, creating flyers, etc.
  3. Assist with event and concert planning and logistics, including attending events and planning meetings as appropriate.
  4. Assist with creation of board meeting agenda, attend and take meeting minutes for board meetings.
  5. Other Duties as assigned.


  1. College student majoring in Marketing, Business, Music or other applicable field.
  2. Interest in supporting the arts education and/or non-profit administration.
  3. Strong communicator, self starter.
  4. Ability to act as a professional, represent HYC at events and board meetings.

About Heartland Youth Choir

Dedicated to excellence, Heartland Youth Choir develops musicianship and builds character in youth through the rehearsal and performance of quality choral literature.

HYC serves over 200 children (Grades K-12) each year through various programming opportunities and is beginning its 16th season in 2018.

To Apply:

Send your resume to

Web designer needed

A statewide Mediation Association is in need of assistance in developing its website.  The site has some basic information and is now in need of a few advanced applications (membership management, dues management, push notice capabilities and more).  A student will be paid $10.00 an hour minimum. The initial work needs to be accomplished as soon as possible.  The association expects to need the developer periodically through the year.

Contact: Dr. Mary Pat Wohlford, Member, Board of Directors, Inns of Mediation at