New! Political - Applications are now being accepted to intern at the Political Journalism track in Washington, DC for Spring 2011. The internship will give students the opportunity to work hands-on with professional experience in the journalism or communications field. The internship includes a 25 hour coursework at Georgetown University. The early deadline to apply is Oct. 1, 2010 to receive a 5 percent discount on their tuition balance, and to receive priority consideration for scholarship awards and internship placement. The final deadline is Nov. 1, 2010. Interns will be provided housing. To apply visit DC Internships.
New! Newspaper/Photo - The Denver Post is offering a 10-week internship for the Summer of 2011. Reporters, photographers, copy editors, page designers, online producers, and graphic designers are expected to perform as full-fledge members to the staff. Interns will be working in different areas of the newsroom. This internship pays about $480 per week (housing and transportation to Denver not included). Applicants should have completed their junior year before Summer 2011. If you are interested, send in your clips (no more than 5), cover letter outlining which position most interests you, and three references to: Internship Recruiter The Denver Post 101 W. Colfax Ave., Suite 600 Denver, Co 80202. The deadline is Nov. 1, 2010. The Denver Post has a partnership with The Sports Journalism Institute. Those interested in The Dow Jones Newspaper Fund should apply at http://www.newsfund.org/ or to The Sports Journalism Institute at http://www.sportsjournalisminstitute.org/
New! Research - SAGE, an independent international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media is currently looking for a fall part-time intern in their Library Information Group to perform research on online publishing platforms, library databases and academic researcher needs. The intern must be committed to work for 10 - 15 hours a week for approximately one month. The position pays $10/hour. Research experience is required as is upper-level undergraduate or graduate standing, Journalism or Mass Communication students preferred. Applications should be sent to Lettie Conrad, Online Product Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional screening by Human Resources will be required upon selection. College Credit not required.