Internships and Jobs

General Jobs/Internships Information

  • Most summer internships and jobs in journalism are not posted online or in internship books; they are the result of unique arrangements made between interested students and editors. For help in finding the best possible internship to match a student’s interests, and for assistance in arranging such internships and applying for funding to help make them possible, Yale Journalism Scholars should write to the Initiative’s coordinator, Mark Oppenheimer (

  • Yale students looking for jobs and internships may wish to consult with Yale’s Office of Career Strategy. 

  • Many Yale alumni have expressed an interest in speaking with students about careers in journalism. Their names and contact information are available through the Association of Yale Alumni.

  • Meanwhile, many summer journalism internships that are posted can be found at an excellent Web site maintained by New York University. The journalism school at the University of California at Berkeley also has an excellent jobs site.

  • More internships for college students are listed on the web site of the American Society of Newspaper Editors.

  • Students looking for international reporting opportunities can find English-language newspapers all over the world by consulting

  • Jeff Gaulin maintains a good site for those looking for Canadian journalism jobs.

  • Nearly all of the weekly newspapers affiliated with the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies accept summer interns, although many of these newspaper internships do not pay. Still, students interested in the kind of opinionated, “alternative” journalism practiced at these papers are encouraged to write to editors and inquire about internships. These newspapers often have small staffs and are happy to have—and publish the writing of—eager summer interns. A list of these weeklies can be found at the AAN Web site.

  • Ed2010 is an internet message board where young editors and writers in New York post rumors of job openings and publications looking for interns.

  • Students who write for The Yale Daily News may apply for internships through the OCD (“Oldest College Daily” board) by writing to John Zucker ’76.

  • For jobs after graduation in the newspaper field, the best web site is

  • The Association of Alternative Newsweeklies lists job openings for its member newspapers.

  • For jobs in the magazine field, especially as an editor, designer, or publicist, see the jobs listing of, a Web site that also offers online classes and networking opportunities for freelancers:

  • Many magazines list job openings on their web site. These include National Journal and Mother Jones. Most small newspapers, too, will be happy to have a poorly paid summer intern to help cover local news. If there’s some town you’d like to get to know better, write to the news editor of its local newspaper and offer your services for the summer. The smaller the town (and its newspaper), the better your odds for success. For general knowledge of the newspaper field, it’s useful to know the omnibus web site of the Poynter Institute.

Current Internships & Jobs

Data editor/computer-assisted reporting specialist at the Connecticut Mirror (Sept. 11)

The Connecticut Mirror seeks a Data Editor/Computer-Assisted Reporting Specialist for our flagship site, The Connecticut Mirror, and our data journalism site, Trend CT.

The data editor must be able to obtain analyze and visualize data to tell journalistic stories. The candidate will collaborate with our award-winning editors and reporters to create graphics and interactives that help tell enterprise, investigative and watchdog stories. He or she also will produce stand-alone, data-based stories to explore social trends and provide meaningful insight into the state’s politics, economics, government, education, healthcare and other issues.

Experience in web development would be a significant advantage.

The candidate must be a self-starter with experience in many of the following areas:

- Data acquisition and reporting

- Data cleaning and analysis

- Visualization and graphic production

- Clear and concise analytical writing

- Understanding of the social web, both as a distribution channel and reporting resource.

- Knowledge of relevant programming tools and languages (Proficiency with HTML, CSS and Javascript would be particularly helpful. Please specify your skills on your resume.)

How To Apply

Please send the following to Editor Claude Albert at by Friday, Sept. 11. 2015. Finalist interviews will begin shortly thereafter.

- Resume

- Examples of your data and journalism work

- A cover letter describing your key relevant experience

No phone calls please.

Assistant editor, Frieze Art Fair (Sept. 14)

Frieze is seeking a part-time Assistant Editor to work closely with our New York based Editor, Dan Fox. The role will also be responsible for commissioning reviews and online content, sourcing imagery, generating social media coverage and writing for all formats. It will involve representing frieze at appropriate events and attending press conferences and press trips as required.

Excellent writing, copyediting and proofing skills, and an extensive knowledge of contemporary art and related fields, are essential for the position. The successful candidate will also be highly organized and capable of juggling a busy workload.

The role will include some travel within the United States and overseas. For a more detailed job description, please click here.

Application: To apply for this position please send a CV and covering letter to with ‘Assistant Editor’ in the subject line.

Interviews will be held in New York on w/c 28 September

Editorial internship at the Yale Alumni Magazine

The Yale Alumni Magazine is looking for two editorial interns to “create and manage content on our website, do research, proofreading, and fact-checking for editors, and occasional clerical tasks. Interns will be able to work closely with senior staff and assist in the creation of the award-winning bimonthly magazine. There may be opportunities to write for the website and/or the print magazine.” Interns work 8 to 10 hours weekly. Read more and apply here through Yale Student Employment.

Writing for The Odyssey

The Odyssey, a site that curates student-written content from more than 300 campuses across the U.S., is looking for writers at Yale. Contact Managing Editor Lindsay Rothfeld to get involved.

Association of Women in Sports Media scholarship/internship (Oct. 31)

The Association of Women in Sports Media is offering seven funded internships for female college students. The internships include four newspaper/magazine/online, one broadcast, one broadcast production, and one public relations. Last year’s internships included positions at CNN and Sports Illustrated. Recipients also receive complimentary registration and lodging at AWSM’s conference in Miami next summer. Find more information and apply here.

Editorial intern, American Horticultural Society (Nov. 1)

While working closely with the staff of the American Horticultural Society (AHS) Communications Department, interns will gain experience in all facets of the editorial and production processes for The American Gardener, a national, four-color magazine published in both print and digital editions.

Primary duties include researching and writing short articles, proofreading and fact-checking, compiling an event calendar, and coordinating author and photographer submissions. Interns may also participate in related communications projects, such as book editing, website updates, social networking, and photography/videography. More on Symplicity.

High Country News Winter/Spring Intern (Nov. 1)

High Country News is looking for informed and enthusiastic interns to report on natural resource, environmental and community issues in the 11 Western states.

High Country News, published twice-monthly in Paonia, Colo., is a nonprofit newsmagazine and website “for people who care about the West.” The magazine reaches 25,000 subscribers — an estimated 60,000 readers — and the website reaches thousands more, including grassroots activists, public land managers, tribal officials, government policymakers, educators, students and interested citizens. The Los Angeles Times has written that High Country News is “the most influential environmental journal in the Mountain West,” and according to Newsweek, “High Country News is a must for anyone following land use issues west of the 100th meridian.” 

Every year, High Country News offers four to six internship positions, each six months long, starting in June and January. We provide free housing and a $220-per-week stipend. To help defray moving costs, an additional $500 travel stipend is available upon successful completion of the internship. One exceptional candidate from each session may have the option of staying on another six months as an editorial fellow – a higher-paid, higher-output position.

Our interns and fellows are a key part of the HCN team; aside from a few minor tasks such as sorting the mail and answering phones, interns spend most of their time researching, interviewing, writing, and developing content – both for print and online. We pride ourselves on fairness, accuracy and good writing, and we expect no less of our interns.

For all of our positions, a bachelor’s degree or equivalent and some prior journalism experience and/or education is preferred. We also prefer applicants who are familiar with High Country News and who have lived in the West and know its environmental and community issues. Photographic experience and familiarity with audio and visual programs such as Final Cut Pro and Flash, as well as radio or video experience are all pluses.We strongly encourage Native American journalists, Hispanic journalists and those from other under-represented backgrounds to apply. Our fellowship is designed for journalists with experience that may preclude them from an internship and who may have something extra, in terms of experience, to bring to High Country News.

All interns and fellows work with the staff editors to write news stories for the website and for the newsmagazine, ranging in length from 250 to 1,600 words. Depending on their experience and ability, they may also get the opportunity to write a 2,500- to 5,000-word feature story. Our editing process is rigorous – all copy goes through two layers of editing and it is not unusual for a story to see six or eight drafts. Reporting is generally conducted over the phone and the Internet, but we do have money to send each intern out into the field at least once to do on-the-ground work.

Our interns and fellows go on to become leaders in journalism and politics. They pursue careers as reporters, editors, educators, lawyers, policymakers and freelance writers.


This competitive internship requires basic writing skills and the ability to communicate ideas, both orally and in writing, to various audiences. We also look for strong curiosity and attention to detail. A bachelor’s degree in journalism, English or related field is also required.


Starts mid-January
Ends mid-June 
(Applications must be received by Nov. 1)


Starts mid-July 
Ends mid-December
(Applications must be received by March 31)


The yearlong fellowship includes all of the requirements of the internship, as well as a year of journalism experience or more and a demonstrable knowledge of resource and environmental issues of the Western U.S.

 Starts mid-January

Ends mid-December 

(Applications must be received by Nov. 1)

Applicants should send an email with attached cover letter, résumé, contact information for three references (phone and email), and three writing samples (plus multimedia samples, if applicable) to Associate Editor Brian Calvert at brianc (at) Please be sure to include “internship application” or “fellowship application” in the subject line.

If emailing an application is not an option, candidates may also mail their materials to:

Associate Editor Brian Calvert
High Country News
P.O. Box 1090
Paonia, CO 81428

Call 970-527-4898 or email brianc (at) for further information.


Texas Tribune Paid News Apps Fellowships

Are you a journalism student or would-be reporter in another major? Know a little bit about HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and/or Python/Django, and would like to continue to hone your skills? Are you passionate about politics, policy and open government? You should join us.

You’ll work directly with news apps developers, reporters and editors in the newsroom. Fellows are first-class citizens on our team – in the past, they’ve had the opportunity to not only contribute to high-profile projects but to take the lead on them. You’ll get to create data visualizations and maps, participate in an active and friendly newsroom, play a role in editorial meetings and contribute to a number of different beats.

We’re looking for someone passionate about web standards and the little details. Someone willing to show their work. Someone looking to learn. If you’re interested, send your resume and links to previous projects and/or your GitHub account to

You’ll have a blast here, we promise.

Application deadlines:

  • Spring 2016 news apps fellowship — Oct. 1, 2015
  • Summer 2016 news apps fellowship — Nov. 15, 2015

Texas Tribune Paid Reporting Fellowships

The Texas Tribune fellowship program provides aspiring journalists the opportunity to hone their reporting skills and learn a host of new ones that will prepare them for the 21st century newsroom.

“This is not a teaching hospital,” says our fearless leader, CEO and Editor-in-Chief Evan Smith. We expect fellows who are anxious to dive into daily news coverage alongside our seasoned reporting staff. Fellows at the Tribune write stories and blog posts, shoot photos and video, develop news apps and assist with our major data projects. Work by fellows has appeared in The Washington Post through our partnership with that newspaper.

We have paid, part-time reporting fellows for the fall and spring semesters and paid, full-time reporting fellows for the summer. In addition, we have a paid editorial fellow in the fall and spring (part time) and summer (full time) who reports for our newsletters (topics include education,politicshealth and water). 

To apply, please send us your resume, a one-page letter describing what you’d like to accomplish as a fellow at the Tribune and up to five of your very best writing/work samples. Please email your application materials to If you have any questions about the fellowship program, contact the Tribune’s news editor, Corrie MacLaggan, at

Application deadlines (you can apply for reporting and newsletters fellowships in the same email):

  • Spring 2016 reporting fellowship — Oct. 1, 2015
  • Spring 2016 newsletters fellowship — Oct. 1, 2015
  • Summer 2016 reporting fellowship — Nov. 15, 2015
  • Summer 2016 newsletters fellowship — Nov. 15, 2015

Texas Tribune Photo Editing Fellowships

The Texas Tribune’s photo editing fellowship is ideal for aspiring visual journalists. The position is unpaid, but fellows are frequently hired for paid photography assignments for our site. The photo editing fellow is responsible for selecting, editing, positioning and publishing photos on the Tribune website. The fellow also helps organize and write captions for images in the Tribune’s digital photography library. To apply, send your resume and links to your work to Tribune Creative Director Jacob Villanueva,

Application deadlines:

  • Summer 2016 photo editing fellowship — Nov. 15, 2015

Minority fellowships in investigative journalism at the Center for Public Integrity

The Center for Public Integrity is looking for ambitious postgraduates for two year-long, paid fellowship in Washington, D.C funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The Center is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that produces original, responsible investigative journalism on issues of public concern. The Fellowships, now in their second year, are part of the Center’s commitment to developing a pipeline of talented journalists of color with superb investigative reporting skills. The Center will be selecting two candidates for this highly competitive fellowship opportunity. Each will receive training and reporting opportunities.

One Fellow will be hosted by the Center for Public Integrity’s Pulitzer-winning Environment and Labor team, working on individual stories and projects covering subjects such as environmental justice, climate change, energy development and manipulation/suppression of science. The team’s goal is to produce powerful, character-driven stories that highlight regulatory lapses and corporate misconduct that threaten public health and the natural environment and minority communities.

A second Fellow will join The Center for Public Integrity’s Money & Politics team to help its projects to explore the effect of money in politics on under-represented and communities of color. The team’s goal is to produce groundbreaking coverage and use the tools of investigative and data journalism to tell those stories.

All of the Fellows’ work will appear on the Center’s website and on digital, print and broadcast platforms associated with our media partners. There also will be opportunities to work with broadcast and online partners. Fellows will have a range of experiences across the Center’s reporting operations and can be expected to be assigned to projects that will enhance their skills and give new training and development opportunities

Qualified candidates should have some reporting experience, strong writing skills, a specific interest in investigative reporting, and a desire to pursue the types of issues we cover. Demonstrated experience in investigative or entrepreneurial reporting a plus. Read more and apply here.

Reporting jobs at Chalkbeat

Chalkbeat, the national education news organization, is seeking reporters to work in the Denver, Memphis and Indianapolis bureaus.

Chalkbeat Indiana is seeking a staff reporter to cover schools in Indianapolis, one of the country’s most exciting growing cities, at a time when education policy is at the heart of political conversation in the state. The position requires a self-starter who is hungry to break news and dive deep in enterprise reporting; eager to understand and inform vital public policy debates; and enthusiastic about creating new models for sustainable journalism. Knowledge of and passion for urban K-12 education issues is a strong plus.
Learn more and apply online

Chalkbeat Colorado is looking for a staff reporter to join its dynamic team. The position requires a self-starter who is hungry to break news and dive deep in enterprise reporting; eager to understand and inform vital public policy debates; and enthusiastic about creating new models for sustainable journalism. Knowledge of and passion for urban K-12 education issues is a strong plus. We’re also interested in talking to people who have reported on equity and social issues in other fields who are interested in shifting their focus to public education. Spanish-language fluency is a preferred skill.
Learn more and apply online

Chalkbeat Tennessee is looking for a staff reporter in Memphis. The position requires a self-starter who is hungry to break news and dive deep in enterprise reporting; eager to understand and inform vital public policy debates; and enthusiastic about creating new models for sustainable journalism. Knowledge of and passion for urban K-12 education issues is a strong plus.
Learn more and apply online

Valley Citizen newspaper summer internship

We hike, climb, fish and bike all summer long while cranking out award-winning copy. What are you planning on doing this summer? The Valley Citizen, an established weekly newspaper in Driggs, Idaho, is looking to fill an internship this summer that could evolve into a full-time position as a reporter. Serious applicants should be able to swing from features to hard news and city meetings without blinking an eye.

Why would we even need to pay you to work and live in some of the most sought-after mountains and rivers in the West? But we will. Teton Valley, Idaho, is home to Grand Targhee Resort and the Teton Mountains. Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, are in our backyard. Between the ranchers and the skiers and the farmers and the developers, we are also home to some of the most dynamic cultural and political changes this side of the Big Hole Mountains.

You can’t hide in a weekly newspaper. We want someone who is just as concerned about the facts as we are about helping you obtain the experience that will add depth to your resume. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply. Please send resume and cover letter to Jeannette Boner at Application deadline: when we find the right candidate. Start date: open to college semester schedules. Ideally we are looking for someone who is available Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Newspaper internship at the Casper Star-Tribune

The Casper Star-Tribune is looking for a smart, energetic journalism student to join our newsroom staff for the summer of 2014. We’re seeking someone who wants to have their stories and photos on A1 and receive prominent play on our website,, every single day. Not a reporter or photographer? We’ll also consider an up-and-coming editor who wants to learn how to improve stories, write headlines, proof pages and post stories to on the fly. We’ll construct the internship to the needs and wants of the best overall candidate, and we’re giving preference to students who can demonstrate a vision for where our industry is headed and who wants to work in the field after graduation.

It’s not all work, of course, during the summer in Wyoming. We have an established, historic small-town feel, but with our offerings of movie theaters, restaurants, shopping and the arts, we also provide a worthwhile social experience. Miss the big city? Denver is an easy drive. Want some privacy? We’re at the base of a beautiful mountain range where you can hike and get a breath of fresh air. Outdoor opportunities are endless. We love it here.

The Casper Star-Tribune is a Lee Enterprises news organization with a daily circulation of about 23,000, and we take great pride in having a statewide following and being the largest news organization in Wyoming. This is a paid internship. We are an equal opportunity employer. You can see our website at and learn more about our company at

If this sounds like you, then send a cover letter detailing your reporting, photography, editing, design, online and social media experience at Also, please send three to five work samples to editor Jason Adrians at

WSJ politics reporter (Feb 11)

The Wall Street Journal’s Washington bureau seeks a reporter to cover national politics. This reporter would be responsible for writing about the full range of national political issues, including congressional races, presidential politics, campaign operations and the national political parties. This reporter will be expected to be able to to quickly produce sophisticated explanations of political news and developments, as well as to conceive broader long-term analytical feature stories. We seek a journalist with experience in reporting on national politics form Washington; a background in online coverage, which will be an important part of job, is particularly useful. Please attach a resume, cover letter and three to five published clips to your online application.

More here:

Summer internships at Entertainment Weekly (Feb 14)

The summer program is open to rising college seniors and recent graduates who can work a 5-day, 35-hour week. We’re looking for applicants with strong writing and reporting skills who are passionate about entertainment. Contribute blog posts, news briefs, interviews, on-the-scene reports, red carpet reporting, and recaps to and print. Print interns will also be responsible for organizing and opening mail, maintaining databases of entertainment events, answering reader mail, and researching forthcoming articles. The application deadline for both jobs is Feb. 14. At EW’s Midtown Manhattan office, paid $10/hour. All applicants must submit a resume, a cover letter, and 3-5 published clips.

Print internship applications must be mailed in (they will not be accepted via email) to:
Tina Jordan
Entertainment Weekly internship program
135 W 50th St, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10020 internship applications may be emailed to Please assume that your application has been received unless your email is bounced back. If you have additional questions, please contact print intern coordinator Stephan Lee at 212-522-4098,, or @EWStephanLee, or online intern coordinator Hillary Busis at or @hillibusterr.

Editorial researcher at Foreign Policy (Feb 15)

Job description

  • Regularly contribute to Passport, the blog by the editors of FP
  • Fact-check articles and work with writers to ensure accuracy
  • Proofread articles
  • Assist with production on
  • Propose and develop story ideas for upcoming issues
  • Researchers may have the opportunity to write and work with an editor on at least one short piece for the print magazine.


  • Must have outstanding research and writing skills
  • Must have course work or job experience in international relations, political science, journalism, history, or economics


  • They must be willing to commit to a term of 10-12 weeks
  • Candidates must be willing to come in 35 hours per week and be prepared to work around publication deadlines


  • Interns who are currently enrolled in college/university will be paid $10/hour 
  • Graduates will be paid $12/hour
  • Those looking to receive academic credit for their internships will receive a stipend of between $1,000 and $1,500, depending on the length of the internship

To apply:

Please email a cover letter, résumé, writing sample, and letter of recommendation to Alicia Wittmeyer at researcher[at] by February 15. No phone calls, please.

Cape Cod Times internship (Feb 21)

The award-winning Cape Cod Times in Hyannis, MA, is seeking applications for its summer news reporting internship. We are looking for an aggressive reporter who is comfortable writing news stories as well as features. We are seeking an energetic and curious person who can be a team player in our newsroom of about a dozen full-time reporters. The ideal candidate has creative story ideas, and can work well in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. The Cape Cod Times is a collaborative place to work. You will gain experience in a multimedia environment, generate clips for your portfolio, and spend a summer on Cape Cod! Interns in our newsroom work from early June to mid-August, although we can work around the start and end dates needed for your school schedule. Interns generally work Monday through Friday, although the schedule may include some nights and/or weekends.

We pay $10/hour with a 37.5-hour work week. College newspaper reporting experience is expected of our applicants. To apply, please submit the following: Cover letter explaining why you are the right person for the job; Resume; Seven to 10 writing clips; Three references.

Mail application package to:

Linda Corcoran

Sunday Editor

Cape Cod Times

319 Main St.

Hyannis, MA 02601

Or send the material in an e-mail to: Please include “Internship” in the subject line. Deadline to apply is Feb. 21, 2014.

Wall Street Journal, Education Reporter (Feb 21)

Greater New York is looking for a reporter to cover a challenging and rewarding beat: education. The right candidate will be a strong writer who can make complex issues appeal to a broad audience, while producing smart features about what life is like for parents, teachers and students in the New York region. The reporter will deliver scoops for the Greater New York pages and regularly contribute stories of national importance to U.S. News and Page One.

This is a chance to jump into a beat at an opportune time: The dawn of a mayoral administration determined to become a national leader and shift away from standardized testing and charter schools.

Please attach a resume, cover letter and three to five published clips to your online application. Learn more here:

Technology reporter at Bloomberg (Feb 23)

Bloomberg News seeks a dynamic, energetic reporter in San Francisco to cover business-technology companies, including Hewlett-Packard, Oracle and Salesforce. The reporter will be responsible for breaking news and crafting features about company strategy, business lines, and senior management, including top executives such as Meg Whitman and Larry Ellison. The reporter will also cover disruptive change in the industry as business models shift and upstarts such as Workday, Jive and Splunk challenge incumbents with new ways of delivering computing. Adept at breaking news and cultivating sources, the applicant must possess excellent writing skills, a voracious appetite for reporting all angles of a story, and a can-do attitude that is both competitive and collaborative.

-Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience

-Experience working in a real-time news environment

-Minimum of three years of business journalism experience at a major newspaper or wire service is preferred

-Ability to write quickly and concisely under deadline pressure

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Wall Street Journal DC bureau reporter (Feb 25)

The Wall Street Journal’s Washington bureau seeks a reporter to cover economics and economic policy. This reporter will be part of a team that covers both policy-making in the capital as well as the impact of national policies on the real economy. The ability to both break news and to conceive and execute broader feature stories is important, as is the ability to write for both print and online audiences. Experience covering legislation and executive-branch departments in Washington is important. Knowledge of economic debates would be useful. Please attach a resume, cover letter and three to five published clips to your online application.

More here:

Wall Street Journal reporter (Feb 25)

The Wall Street Journal seeks a reporter for Personal Journal. This feature-writing position could cover any or all of Personal Journal’s many coverage areas from food and fashion to social mores and shopping to vehicles and vacations. Candidates need to exhibit two crucial abilities: to surprise and enlighten. We can tailor the beat for the candidate. We want big-art feature ideas that tell us, no matter the subject, how our lives are changing, for better and worse. Bonus points go to those who speak fluent digitalese. The reporter would be expected to write weekly, primarily for the Wednesday and Thursday Personal Journal sections. Candidates should have already successfully covered a beat for several years and know how to manage time and sources well. Please attach a resume, cover letter and three to five published clips to your online application. More here:

Money, Editorial Assistant (freelance) – NY (Feb 28)

Money, the nation’s largest personal finance magazine, is seeking a full-time freelance editorial assistant. The majority (80%) of this position will be editorial work—the responsibilities include following a beat and pitching stories on that topic, writing front-of-book articles, finding real people anecdotes for features, creating data visualizations, helping senior writers with background reporting, and fact checking. The person will also have the exciting opportunity to work on the launch of a website (as Money will be losing its partnership with in the Time Inc/Time Warner spinoff).

The other 20% of the job will involve assisting the magazine’s managing editor with administrative tasks, such as answering phones, making travel arrangements, coordinating his schedule, submitting expense reports, and helping with presentation preparation.

We are looking for a self-starter with strong reporting, interviewing and writing skills, who is also very organized and a multi-tasker. Previous financial journalism experience is preferred. More here:

Atlantic Media Fellowship (Feb. 28)

Atlantic Media is a nationally-recognized, award-winning, and digital-first media enterprise whose flagship publications — The Atlantic, National Journal, and Government Executive — are among the most influential media outlets in America. Drawing upon its expertise and best practices, Atlantic Media has also recently launched three new businesses: Atlantic Media Strategies, an in-house marketing services agency, Quartz, an all-digital global news publication, and Defense One, a site dedicated to covering the people and forces shaping the future of U.S. defense and national security. Atlantic Media is growing, evolving, and causing major disruption in the world of media. 

As a world-renowned enterprise that thinks and acts like a digital media startup, we place a premium on finding exceptional talent. We seek individuals with fresh perspectives who constantly push us to be at the forefront of an increasingly digital, mobile, and social world. For this reason, Atlantic Media offers highly ambitious recent college graduates a unique full-time opportunity to participate in the Atlantic Media Fellowship Program. The Atlantic Media Fellowship Program is a structured, year-long, paid fellowship for top-tier talent committed to careers in media.

Additionally, the Atlantic Media Fellows participate in the Atlantic Media Academy, a comprehensive curriculum providing a 360-degree view of the modern media industry covering the editorial, operational, and economic sides of both print and digital journalism today. UCS here:… Summer Editorial Internship (Feb 28), the companion site to Woman’s Day Magazine, is looking for fabulous, detail-oriented editorial interns to write, research and more alongside our small staff this summer (Mid-May to Late August). Ideal candidates have blogged, interned at a website or magazine and/or worked on a college publication. They’re also talented writers and researchers with a genuine interest in women’s lifestyle topics. And they’re as excited to write blog posts and feature stories (which you’ll get to do) as they are to build stories in a CMS (which you’ll also get to do). Video experience is a plus! You must be able to receive college credit and work at least 12 hours per week, though preference is given to students who can work from 9:30 – 6 four days a week. Interviews will be conducted in the first two weeks of March in our Midtown Manhattan office. Sorry, but we won’t be conducting phone/Skype interviews. Deadline to apply: 2/28 Please submit a brief cover letter in the body of an email with a one-page resume attached to Marlisse Cepeda,

Summer internships at The Nation (March 1)

Our internship program offers three internship sessions a year, with eleven internship positions available during each session:

Seven editorial interns experience a comprehensive immersion into The Nation and’s editorial processes. These interns’ primary responsibilities include fact-checking for the magazine and website, providing research support to Nation writers and editors, and assisting bloggers on Interns are not expected to arrive with fact-checking or digital media experience and will be extensively trained in those areas, though a familiarity with The Nation and the range of issues we cover is essential. These interns are based in the magazine’s New York City offices.

Toward the end of each internship session, one exemplary intern will be asked to stay on for an additional session as a digital intern in order to deepen his or her engagement with The Nation and’s editorial processes and build on skills learned during the editorial internship.

One additional editorial internship position is available in The Nation’s Washington D.C. office. This intern works closely with the magazine’s Washington reporters, researching and fact-checking, as well as attending press conferences and Congressional hearings.

We also offer two internship positions at the non-profit Nation Institute. One intern works primarily with the Institute’s progressive book imprint, Nation Books, reviewing book proposals, fact-checking, and conducting research, as well as assisting with social media and blogging. Another intern works with the Institute’s Investigative Fund, fact-checking and conducting research, as well as assisting with outreach. Both of these interns also work on Institute-related projects and will be based at the Institute’s New York City offices.

Candidates should indicate which internship position—The Nation in New York or D.C., Nation Books or the Investigative Fund—they would like to be considered for in their cover letter, or indicate that they would like to be considered for multiple positions.

All interns have the opportunity to write for and participate in educational seminars with journalists, academics, and activists.

The internship is full time, five days a week. The Summer 2014 session begins June 3 and ends September 5 (though the exact end date is flexible), and the postmark deadline for applications is March 1.

For more information, please see our website:

Qualifications: Applicants must have completed their junior year of college at a minimum. Graduates are eligible to apply.

Compensation and Credit: Interns are paid an hourly wage and provided an Unlimited Metrocard or equivalent reimbursement for interns who take other modes of transportation. Whenever possible, The Nation Institute will assist interns in arranging for academic or work-study credit. Housing and travel grants are available to those who need them in order to do the internship.

Application Procedure: Please send a cover letter indicating your interest in The Nation and The Nation Institute and describing your career goals. In addition, include a resume, two letters of recommendation (at least one non-academic), and one writing sample. Letters may be mailed directly by recommenders, or may be included with the rest of your application materials. For writing samples, published clips are preferred, though academic papers and creative writing samples are acceptable (no longer than eight pages, please). Your application must be postmarked by the application deadline.

All application materials become the property of The Nation Institute. Please send your application to:

Kate Murphy

Internship Director

116 East 16th Street, 8th Floor

New York, NY 10003

Please address all queries to No phone calls, please.

The Nation Institute is an equal-opportunity employer.

Environment and Energy Publishing reporting intern (March 4)

Environment and Energy Publishing is looking for a reporting intern. E&E is the leading source for comprehensive, daily coverage of environmental and energy policy and markets. E&E’s five daily online publications – Greenwire, EnergyWire, ClimateWire, Environment and Energy Daily and E&ENews PM – are considered “must-reads” by people who track and influence energy, environmental and climate policy. We are a high-tech business with an old-school approach to journalism. E&E’s 65-person award-winning editorial team is among the best in the business and enjoys unrivaled access to key players in energy and environmental policy. Every day we develop insightful, timely stories readers won’t find anywhere else. Our coverage of major, breaking news goes deeper than the mass-market news services and brings readers informed, balanced, spin-free reporting that keeps them atop critical issues and developments. Our reporters formerly worked for the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Miami Herald, Denver Post, Baltimore Sun, Atlanta Journal Constitution and many other newspapers.

Interns are responsible for collecting and summarizing environment and energy news from around the world and for contributing original reporting assignments to our publications. These internships are an excellent way to gain daily deadline experience and learn about covering public policy and science. Applicants should have strong writing skills, experience working under deadlines, familiarity with AP style and a desire to be a top-notch journalist. An interest in politics, Congress, public policy, science and energy and environmental issues is a plus.

The paid six-month internship position would begin in mid to late February. To apply, email cover letter, resume and your three best clips to Greenwire’s deputy editor Katie Howell at

Houston Chronicle, Investigative/Enterprise Reporter (March 4)

The Houston Chronicle is looking for an investigative/enterprise reporter to join its energy reporting team. This reporter will cover some of world’s biggest companies, break news and provide analysis. She or he will write for print and online, including the Chronicle’s award-winning energy site, Business reporting experience preferred. Investigative experience ideal. Resume, clips to

Summer News Intern at KUCB Public Radio in Alaska (March 14)

KUCB public radio is seeking applicants for a two-month summer internship at our station in Unalaska, Alaska. Start and end dates are flexible. We’re looking for someone to work full-time as a reporter/producer, with opportunities for hosting live news broadcasts and other station duties.

Unalaska is a town of about 4,300 people in the Aleutian Island chain. We’re located about 800 miles southwest of Anchorage. The town is a major North American fishing port and a jumping-off point for offshore drilling and research in the Arctic.

The intern will produce several radio pieces per week on a variety of topics. Stories will air locally on our FM station and sometimes on statewide or national news. Previous reporting experience is strongly preferred. Radio/audio editing experience is a plus.

Outside of work, there will be plenty of opportunities for adventure in Unalaska – camping, fishing, boating, hiking and more. KUCB provides basic housing, round-trip airfare from within the United States and a $2,000 stipend. For more information about the station, visit To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Lauren Rosenthal at by March 14.

Slate editorial internships (March 15)

Slate hires paid interns for the spring, summer, and fall. We offer internshps in five departments: Culture, DoubleX, Politics, Photo and Art, and The Slatest. The deadline for all summer internships is March 15. The deadline for all fall internships is July 15. The deadline for all spring internships is November 15. More here:

Jackson Hole News&Guide Internship (March 15)

The Jackson Hole News&Guide, an award-winning weekly newspaper, seeks an unpaid intern for summer 2014, roughly Memorial Day to Labor Day. A candidate who could stay into mid- or late September would be a plus. Interns report and write features, arts and entertainment and news stories. Improve your writing and gain valuable experience at the weekly paper that has been oft-dubbed best in the country by the National Newspaper Association. Bonus: During the 128 hours per week you’re not working, enjoy some of the finest hiking, biking, climbing and paddling the West has to offer.

The internship is open to college students or recent graduates. We are seeking candidates with a demonstrated interest in journalism. Applications are due by March 15; we will notify finalists and conduct interviews shortly thereafter. Please send cover letter, resume, five of your best clips, a letter of recommendation and your dates of availability for our internship to:

Features editor Johanna Love


Mail: Jackson Hole News&Guide P.O. Box 7445 Jackson, WY 83002

Physical address for FedEx/UPS: 1225 Maple Way, Jackson, WY 83001, phone (307) 733-2047.


Paid Summer Writing Internship at (March 24) is searching for summer writing interns who specialize in one of our site’s verticals: news/politics, entertainment, fashion/beauty, lifestyle, or books. Interns work directly with the vertical’s editor to contribute daily news posts, features, and originally reported pieces (yep!). Writers have the opportunity to produce at least three articles daily and be featured on the site as contributors. Applicants should be recent college graduates or in their final years and should be looking to build a clips portfolio to pursue a career in journalism. Applicants should have proven writing skills, experience pitching stories, a wealth of ideas, and be passionate about covering one of the following topics: News/Politics; Entertainment; Fashion/Beauty; Lifestyle (relationships, sexuality, culture, viral content, feminism, careers, food, health); Books*
A minimum of 2-3 full days per week is required, with the exception of the *Books vertical, where interns are only expected to contribute one day per week. Internships can be completed remotely or from our Brooklyn townhouse. Interns will be paid a small stipend of $40 per day (an additional transit stipend will be provided for in-office interns). This internship is three months long, with potential opportunity to contribute thereafter as a Bustle fellow. Past interns have gone on to work or intern at Esquire, The New Republic, Marketplace, BlackBook, GQ, and more. 
To apply: Email a SHORT cover letter and an attached resume (PDF preferred) to The body of your email should include a short note about which ONE vertical you’re interested in writing for and three related writing samples (preferably links to published work). Since applications are rolling, the earlier you send in your application, the more likely it is to be considered. The subject of your email must be Summer Internship: Topic - Your Name. Only eligible candidates will be contacted.  

UCS posting here:…

Paul Block Journalism Internships

Yale College is pleased to offer the Paul Block Journalism Internships. Students will be selected for 10-week internships at one of two newspapers, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Toledo Blade. Applicants must be Yale College students who will not have graduated before the internship begins. Internships will begin in June and run through August, and each will include a significant stipend. Students will be paired with an editor who will have responsibility for assigning the student stories, editing the work, and offering mentorship throughout the summer.

View the posting on" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">eRecruiting for more information. Application deadline: February 1st.

Time Inc. Summer Internships

Time Inc. runs a number of summer internship programs that are customized for specific brands and functional areas. All of our internship positions are paid, and the programs run for 9-10 weeks. Internships are available in the functional areas listed below.

 Advertising Sales
 Brand Marketing/Integrated Marketing
 Consumer & Business Research
 Consumer Marketing (Rising seniors only)
 Information Technology
 Public Relations

Undergraduate Application Deadline: January 31, 2013
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Martha’s Vineyard Times, News Reporter

The Martha’s Vineyard Times has an opening for a news reporter. The Times is a 15,000-plus circulation, independent, award winning weekly newspaper, with a large, vibrant website ( The paper serves a unique island environment about 45 minutes by ferry from Woods Hole, on the Massachusetts mainland. The focus is on issues that are important to the year-round and seasonal residents. Carpenters, CEOs, retirees, and political leaders share the spotlight and the news coverage.

The successful candidate will write about weekly selectmen’s meetings, chicken eating dogs, rising property taxes, education and school budgets, issues associated with a large immigrant population, as well as development and growth issues. The Times offers a full benefits package, and a pleasant working atmosphere. The right candidate will be flexible, capable of writing about a wide range of subjects for print and web, and comfortable living and working year-round in a small seasonal island community.

He or she will possess strong writing skills, enthusiasm, attention to detail, a willingness to take direction, and an understanding of what makes a good news story and how to tell it. Martha’s Vineyard is a great place to work, but housing is expensive and the cost of living is high. Interested candidates should respond to No telephone calls please.

Foreign Affairs, Assistant Editor

Foreign Affairs is looking for an Academic Year Intern to join our editorial team.

The Academic Year Internship is a full-time paid position offering exceptional training in serious journalism. The ­intern works as an assistant editor with substantial responsibility. Previous ­interns have included recent graduates from undergraduate and master’s ­programs. Candidates should have a serious interest in international relations, a flair for writing, and a facility with the English language.

The Academic Year Intern works for one year, starting in July or August.

To apply for the 2013–14 academic year position, please submit a resumé, three writing samples, and three letters of recommendation by February 15, 2013.

We do not accept applications by e-mail. Only finalists will be interviewed.

Please send complete applications to:

Editorial Internships
Foreign Affairs 
58 East 68th Street
New York, NY 10065
tel: 212.434.9507

The New Republic, Reporter-researchers

The New Republic is looking for reporter-researchers for its 2013-2014 program. Job duties include reporting, researching, writing, and fact-checking for the politics section of The New Republic’s print magazine and website; as well as assisting with web production and performing occasional clerical tasks. Reporter-researchers work closely with writers and editors, and are strongly encouraged to write articles. Most reporter-researchers finish their program with a substantial portfolio of clips and have gone on to work almost everywhere in journalism—including The New Republic itself. The year-long job will begin in summer 2013 and will include a salary. Graduating seniors as well as recent graduates and graduates from post-grad programs are welcome to apply.

Please e-mail the following items to Amanda Silverman at job [at] tnr [dot] com, with the subject line “(Your Name) RR Application 2013”:

1. A cover letter. 
2. A one-page résumé. 
3. A 750-word critique of the politics section (the Mall and Features) of a recent issue of the magazine. The critique should assess the strengths and weaknesses of at least two pieces within the politics section of the issue; please do not merely summarize. Please do not exceed the word count.
4. Two clips (if possible, one opinion and one news).

No phone calls and no snail mail (undue phone calling is especially unwelcome). We don’t have time to let you know that we received your applications, so please don’t expect confirmation. The deadline is February 8, 2013. 

Insider Higher Ed, Technology Reporter

Inside Higher Ed is seeking an experienced, enterprising reporter to cover technology issues. This job provides an opportunity to cover an industry in transition in large part due to technological changes, and to explore the sociological as well as the practical implications of those changes. Just a few of the issues on this reporter’s agenda: the explosion of massive open online courses (MOOCs) and online learning generally, the impact of technology on the role of professors and the operations of institutions, the spread of open educational resources, and the transformation of the scholarly publishing industry.

Our reporters mix beat reporting, analysis and creative approaches to telling stories; candidates should be able to juggle multiple articles at once, and should like to dig deeply and to learn. Candidates should have at least three years of full-time professional reporting experience; a background covering technology and/or higher education is a plus. Inside Higher Ed publishes breaking news, features, commentary, blogs and other content (including audio and video) each weekday, and has quickly established itself as a fresh, authoritative, independent voice for its 1,000,000 unique monthly users and 96,000 daily e-mail subscribers.

Inside Higher Ed offers competitive pay, good benefits (including heavily subsidized health, dental and life insurance premiums), and three weeks’ vacation. Centrally located in downtown D.C. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and five strong clips to or by mail to:

Tech Reporter Search
Doug Lederman
Inside Higher Ed
1015 18th Street, N.W.
Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20036

Read more: 
Inside Higher Ed 

E! Online Spring Intern

We’re looking for a spring intern here at E! Online in New York. If
you know of anyone who might be interested, please send them my way (

Eater SF, full time editor

It is our sad duty to announce to San Francisco readers today that Carolyn Alburger, the editor of Eater San Francisco and its driving life force since March 2010, is moving on. She’ll soon take on the role of Associate Editor of San Francisco magazine, where we’re sure she will exceed expectations.

As Alburger moves on, we’re looking for some fresh blood to take over the reins here at Eater SF. Which brings us to this: Are you obsessed with restaurants, chefs, news, gossip and all the fun drama that goes hand in hand with the high stakes San Francisco restaurant world? Would you like a full time job with competitive salary, health care, and a matched (!) 401[k]? Think you’d be the perfect editor here at Eater?

If so, write us a paragraph about yourself (omitting stories of childhood food memories svp) and a paragraph about why you think you’re right for the job and email it to with the subject line “Eater San Francisco Editor.” If you’ve got a personal blog, Tumblr or Twitter, include links to those as well. No resumes, please. If we like what we see, we’ll follow up quickly.

William F. Buckley Jr. Program’s Sponsored Internships

Want to work for a leading opinion journal? Or advocacy group? And, earn a $4,000 Stipend for doing so?

As the holiday season passes into New Years, it becomes that time of the year where we all start figuring out where we’ll be spending our summers. With that in mind, I am really excited to write to all of you regarding the William F. Buckley Jr. Program’s Sponsored Internships.

At the following five different locations, we have been able to secure a paid-internship for a qualified Yale student:

National Review (New York, NY)

The New Criterion (New York, NY)

The American Spectator (Washington DC)

StudentsFirst (Sacramento, CA)

The Manhattan Institute (New York, NY)

Interested students should find links to these job opportunities (as well as application requirements) soon to be listed on the UCS website. You can apply to as many as you’d like and please feel to contact me ( with any questions you may have. 

To keep in mind, applications will be due January 25th.

Have a fantastic rest of the break! Best of luck in the application process.


Harry Graver

President, WFBP

Reporting, photography, design and web internships - S.F. Examiner

The San Francisco Examiner

Category: Newspapers-Wire Services
Location: San Francisco
State: CA 


The San Francisco Examiner is seeking editorial interns for the spring semester to fill reporting, photography, page design and web editing positions.

The Examiner is a hyper-local daily newspaper covering San Francisco and the greater Bay Area. It is located in the Financial District of San Francisco.


Candidates should be enrolled at a college or university and be able to receive academic credit for their internship. Applicants should have experience in the field of journalism, whether or not that is your major. The internships are unpaid. A minimum commitment of 20 hours a week is required, but we are willing to work around an applicant’s schedule. Certain positions may require working at night or on Sundays.


Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and four clips to with the subject line: “Intern.” Please explain in the cover letter why you would be a good fit for the paper and what you would hope to accomplish in your internship. Qualified candidates may be asked to take a writing or design test.

Reporting internship, Bay Nature

Category: New Media
Location: Berkeley/Bay Area
State: CA 
Salary: none


This BAY NATURE intern opportunity will allow you to delve into the heart of Bay Area nature and conservation news, and contribute to the growing content at Bay NatureMagazine is our quarterly, award winning, flagship publication. The website is an extension of the naturalist spirit of the magazine, and allows us to report on timely news and information to an engaged audience. We are looking for savvy writers and multimedia producers who know their way around City Hall and can also hit the trails and describe, with just enough flourish, the goings about of a clapper rail or the foliage of a manzanita plant. If you are a nature lover, we want to hear from you. The internship responsibilities are as follows:

  • Writing and reporting original stories with the aim to produce one per week and a semester-long reporting project that could be cross promoted in the magazine. Stories may also end up in the publications of our content partners.
  • Participating in social media efforts.

Our North Berkeley office is open Monday through Friday from approximately 9:30 am – 6 pm. The intern is expected to work approximately six hours per week, including a weekly on-site editorial meeting at our office. You’ll get to do more reporting if you have reliable transportation/facility with mass transit, to reach the various parks and places we cover. After the first few weeks, telecommuting is possible for especially motivated interns.


  • Strong interest in journalism, nonprofits, and the environment.
  • Solid computer and internet research skills.
  • Mature, self-motivated, and enterprising.
  • Able to work independently.
  • Commitment to exploring the natural environment.

How To Apply: Send a resume, three references, and three writing samples to: Eric Simons, editorial director: No phone calls, please.

Web site: