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Internships September 27 - October 1

New! Multimedia - The Asian American Journalist Association Associated Press is currently looking for an intern who is interested in  print, photo, graphics or multimedia. The internship will  run for twelve weeks and will start in May or June 2011, depending on the schedule of the student. Interested candidate must be an AAJA member, and must be a junior or senior at a four year university or college. The deadline to apply is October 11, 2010. For more information and to apply visit AAJA

New! Sports - The Asian American Journalist Association and The Associated Press Sports Editor is offering a nine week sports internship followed by a paid internship at a print, digital or electronic media. Applicants must be of sophomore, junior or senior standing. Candidates will be selected on the bases of academic achievement, demonstrated interest in sports journalism as a career and excellence on the required essay.The deadline to apply is November 8, 2010. For more details and to apply visit AAJA

New! Newspaper - The Seattle Times is offering a summer internship for students pursuing a career in journalism. This paid internship runs for ten weeks. Interns will be working on varied assignments and will have weekly training sessions given by members of a Pulitzer-Prize winning staff. The intern must be a sophomore, junior or senior at a four year university or college. Applicants must have a demonstrated commitment to print and online journalism. At least one previous internship at a daily news organization is preferred, and multimedia experience is a plus. Interested candidates must apply before November 1, 2010. Applications must be emailed to newsinternships@seattletimes.com. Resumes and cover letters must be attached as Word documents or PDFs. For more details visit Seattle Times

New! Newspaper - The Boston Globe is seeking for an intern to work on their newspaper. Some interns work in metro on general assignments. Other interns are assigned to sports, living/arts, business. Additional intern positions in the photography, graphics department and on the copy desk are available. This internship runs for twelve weeks, between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Interested candidates must have had at least one previous internship at a daily newspaper and must have a driver's license. The intern will be paid weekly and shifts may vary. The intern will attend weekly meetings with editors and staff members on a range of issues and topics pertaining to journalism. Applicant must submit their application no later than November 1, 2010. Applications can be downloaded from The Boston Globe .

New! Newspaper - The New York Times Student Journalism Institute is seeking students who are members of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, to work at the Institute at Florida International University in Miami from Jan. 2 -16 of next year. Students will have the opportunity to cover a wide range of stories under the supervision of journalists from the New York Times, The Boston Globe and the regional papers of The New York Times Company. The student will have all their expenses paid and will receive a $200 stipend. Applicants need not to be journalism students, but must have worked for their student newspaper or another news organization. Students must submit an essay on why they want to be a journalist and provide six published clips. For more details on requirements and to download the application visit NY Times Student Journalism Institute.The deadline is Oct. 30, 2010.

New! Broadcast - WEIU-TV (PBS) is offering a paid internship to students interested in working on an EMMY award-winning newscast. To qualify, students must be a sophomore, junior or senior in a college or university and have television experience either from a college or university television station or previous internship at a commercial, cable or public broadcasting station. Some of the positions available in the internship include, news anchor, weather anchor, sports anchor, reporter, writer and producer. This internship will be during the summer and students will have the opportunity to work on-air through August. A two-week intensive training session in May will be issued to the candidate. The deadline is January 10, 2011. To apply visit WEIU.

New! Newspaper - The Pulliam Journalism Fellowship Program is now accepting applications for next year's program. The internship will run from June 6 through Aug. 12. Selected applicants will be assigned to either the Indianapolis Star or The Arizona Republic as reporters, photographers, graphic artists and page designers. Candidates must be juniors, seniors or graduate students. The student must be committed to a career in newspaper. Previous newspaper or internship experience is a plus. Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in group and individual sessions conducted by a writing coach. The deadline to apply is Nov. 1, 2010. Instructions on how to apply can be found on Indy Star.

New! Reporter - The Chips Quinn Scholars Program offers the opportunity to receive training, paid internships and financial assistance to juniors, seniors and recent graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in journalism.The program will run in Spring from Jan. through April 2011. Applications should be post marked by Oct. 15, 2010. Students need to submit a: resume, unofficial transcripts, work samples, two letters of recommendation, a color head shot photo, an essay (of no more than two type-written pages) stating why they want to be a journalist. Students must also download an application from Chips Quinn Scholars and send it to Karen Catone Director Chips Quinn Scholars Program Freedom Forum 555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. Washington, DC 20001 (202) 292-6271.