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Internships January 31 - February 4

New! Reporters The Freedom Forum is seeking students for its annual American Indian Journalism Institute at the University of South Dakota. This program is open to students regardless of where they live or where they attend college. Students will have to able to take a 10-day class from June 15-24 at the University of South Dakota, and then travel to a different city for six weeks to work as a paid intern in a newsroom. The internship will start on July 1. Interns must have a driver's license and a registered vehicle. Interested students must have completed one year of college. For more details and to apply visit The Freedom Forum. The deadline to apply is March 1.

New! Reporter - The Israel Project's (TIP) Media fellows Program is looking for students to participate in their summer fellowship.  The program is open to undergraduate, graduate students and recent graduates who want to enter professions in journalism, foreign policy or Israel advocacy. Fellows will attend a series of educational workshops with leading journalists, pollsters, activists, public and media relations specialists and public diplomacy professionals. Fellows will also have the opportunity to work one-on-one with TIPS's professional staff of former journalists and communications specialists. Students can apply at The Israel Project.

New! Public Relations -  Brilliance Programs, located in Burbank is looking for interns for the Spring semester. The intern will be required to implement a public relations outline to a multimedia/marketing campaign after their book "The Courage to Be Brilliant." The intern will also be writing letters to various sponsors and organizations. Students will be working in a collaborative effort with other interns in business/marketing and social media. Applicants must submit their resumes to

New! Broadcast - The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation is offering an eight-week summer internship. The internship provides hands-on exposure to all facets of the television industry. Interested candidates must be full-time students. Students transferring from a community college to a four-year institution by September 2011 may also apply. Seniors graduating prior to June 30, 2011 are eligible to apply in certain categories only. Interns will receive a $4,000 stipend. For more information and to apply visit Emmy's Foundation. The deadline to apply is March 15.

New! Print - The Volunteer Center of Los Angeles, Senior Volunteer program, is looking for a writer to put a piece of publication out to two newspapers. The article will consist of writing about the importance of community involvement, highlighting the wonderful work volunteers already do in the community. Interested candidates must be able to complete the project in the next month or less. Please contact Lena Skiba at (818) 908-5071or When calling or emailing please mention that you are inquiring regarding "outreach article."