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Internship Opportunites September 10 - September 14

Public relations -, an entertainment, non-gossip news site, is looking for interns that want to be involved in the next big entertainment site. The company is looking for interns that are studying journalism or public relations. Applicant should be available at least two or three days per week. Duties include writing and posting three to five stories per assigned day, calling publicists and managers to set up interviews, helping on interview shoots and doing research for the interviews. A working knowledge of social media is important. Creating a social media presence is an important part of the job. To apply or to get more information, please contact Ilana Youngheim at

Public Relations - The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Communications and Media
Relations internship program is open
to undergraduate and graduate students attending an accredited academic institution. LAUSD offers year-round, non-paid 12-week internships in the Media Relations and
Internal Communications divisions. Studen
ts majoring in communications, public/media relations, journalism or related fields will gain valuable experience and will also receive college credit. LAUSD Communications Department interns work collaboratively with all members of the team. Interns will work on projects including communicating with journalists, tracking and monitoring media coverage and research. Internships are available for fall, winter, spring and summer semesters. To apply, please submit an application, resume, cover letter, writing samples, and a letter of recommendation to  For more information, please contact Lauren A. Mendoza at or 213-241-6764. Applications are available at 
News Reporting – Los Angeles Downtown News is searching for an intern to assist with news writing and reporting. This position requires a minimum of three days per week (preferably Monday-Wednesday from 9-5 p.m. in the newsroom, but the exact days are flexible). The intern will be responsible for writing short daily stories for the web edition of the paper and depending on reporting/writing ability, larger pieces for the weekly print edition of the paper. The stories can range from hard news A1 pieces to features and calendar stories. The position is unpaid. For more information, please contact Richard Guzman at

Editorial - The Jewish Journal is seeing editorial interns for fall. TRIBE Media Corp., which publishes the Jewish Journal,, TRIBE magazine and Jewish Journal City Guide, is currently seeking editorial interns. Applicants should have solid reporting and writing skills, prior journalism coursework, related experience, reliable transportation, and basic photography and videography skills. Responsibilities include at least 12 hours per week spent in the newsroom, writing as assigned, assisting the editorial staff with all tasks, and attending weekly editorial meetings. To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and clips to