Intern for the Chronicle of Higher Education (paid, fall)

The Chronicle of Higher Education is seeking four interns for the fall 2014 session, which will begin in September and last through December.

The Chronicle‘s internships aim to give current undergraduates and recent college graduates the opportunity to gain professional experience at the No. 1 source for news about higher education.

Applicants must show a strong interest in pursuing a career in journalism with relevant coursework or prior experience.

The internships are full-time in our Washington, D.C. office. In addition to a $500 weekly stipend, academic credit can often be arranged.

Interns will report and write daily news articles for The Chronicle‘s website (which often appear subsequently in print), write news articles for other sections of the newspaper, blog, and do research for special projects.

For more info, visit the site from which this description was taken: http://chronicle.com/section/Editorial-Internships/158/?sid=at&utm_source=at&utm_medium=en

Awesome opportunity: Apply to be a part of a digital-first team

The Student Newsroom immerses undergraduate and graduate college students in a digital media environment by providing hands-on experience during the three-day Online News Association Conference & Awards Banquet.

Supported for the fifth year by Google, 20 select students will produce content for the ONA14 website before and during the conference under the personal guidance of professional mentors. Students will also get the chance to attend ONA14 programming led by experts in digital journalism, network with attendees and acquire and flex new digital media skills. All expenses — lodging, travel and registration fees — are paid.

http://ona14.journalists.org/student-newsroom/

Deadline is Saturday for Scripps internship in Washington

Saturday is the deadline for juniors and seniors to apply for the fall Semester in Washington Program. Paid internships with free housing in Washington. The interns cover news in Washington for our website and other news organizations. One of the interns is at the White House now, where President Obama is about to honor 19 collegiate championship sports teams.
 
Here’s the link to the page on our website that links to the online application form:  http://shfwire.com/node/5464
 
We also pay for and house an undergraduate intern who covers Washington for the Hispanic Link News Service: http://shfwire.com/hispanic-link-internship
 
April 1 is the deadline to apply for the post-graduate fellowship. It’s a yearlong paid fellowship with free housing for a graduating student (BA or MA) who can maintain our website, help me teach multimedia skills to undergraduate students and do his or her own stories. The fellowship begins in September and goes through August 2015: http://shfwire.com/semester-washington-post-graduate-multimedia-fellowship
 
I’m happy to answer questions now or in New York.
 
-Jody
 
Jody Beck
jody.beck@scripps.com
Scripps Howard Foundation Wire
Semester in Washington Program
Scripps Howard Foundation
http://www.shfwire.com
202-408-2748
1090 Vermont Ave NW, No. 1000
Washington, DC 20005

D Magazine internship program

I wanted to let you know that the summer internship application is now available at the website below.

http://advertise.dmagazine.com/about-us/internship-program/

The internship application deadline is April 17
The summer internship program will run from May 28 – August 8

Kate Mitchell
Production Manager
D CEO, D Home, D Moms, D Weddings
Office: 214.540.0121

D Magazine Partners
750 North St. Paul St. Ste. 2100
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.dmagazine.com

Apply for this weeklong multimedia journalism fellowship

We are delighted to invite your students to apply for a special program that will give them an intensive, week-long newsroom experience during winter break in one of the nation’s leading TV markets. 

Multimedia journalism students from underrepresented groups who are within 12 months of graduation are encouraged to apply for the seventh annual Meredith-Cronkite Fellowship in Phoenix Jan. 5-10. Ten top students from leading U.S. journalism schools will be immersed into the newsroom of KPHO-TV, the CBS affiliate in Phoenix, the nation’s 13th largest market. Continue reading