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Internship Opportunities November 18 - November 22

Journalism - The KCBS TV award-winning investigative unit is looking for journalism interns for the spring semester. Qualifications are junior or above. Must be currently enrolled and receive school credit. This is a non-paying internship. Prior experience in a TV newsroom is helpful. Applicant must have an interest in hard news and investigative reporting. Students will be involved in researching and developing stories including going out in the field and participating in undercover assignments and using hidden cameras. A passion for hard work and hard news is a must. Please send resume to David Goldstein at:

Public Relations - The Van Nuys Airport Public and Community Relations Department offers internships year round for college students. Interns may work for school credit or no credit and must possess good interpersonal skills and enjoy working with the public. The job entails writing press releases, planning events, working street fairs, posting social media, and the usual office work such as filing and answering phones. Hours are flexible to suit the student’s schedule. The positions are unpaid but offer valuable work experience. Van Nuys Airport is one of the busiest general aviation airports in the world and a powerful economic engine in the San Fernando Valley. We have an extensive outreach program which touches thousands of area residents each year. If interested, please call Dee Lewis, Airport Guide, at 818 442-6526.

Journalism - Based in Los Angeles, CA – "Telescope" is a bimonthly digital magazine for young adults. The first issue launched September 30, 2013 at  "Telescope" uses a multimedia format to tell the stories of real-life heroes - whether it is a person involved in a nonprofit doing life-changing work, an adventurer who just completed an amazing feat or an athlete who has broken a world record. Intern duties and qualifications include: Junior or Senior year student currently enrolled in a university or college, preferably enrolled in an internship course and receiving school credit, must demonstrate excellence/strong interest in journalistic or creative writing, must be creative, innovative, and able to collaborate, and have an interest in adventure, pop culture and global nonprofit work. The internship requires at least 10 hours of work per week and at least one afternoon per week at the company’s offices in Santa Monica. For the journalism track: Interns will report directly to a manager on a weekly basis and will be given research, writing and/or multi-media assignments. Through this internship, students will discover and reach out to interesting people and potential interviewees, brainstorm interview questions, write first drafts of copy for articles and edit under the direction of the experienced journalist. Please send resumes to of FormBottom of Form