Paid internship in New York City. Job openings listed at the bottom of the page.
Paid internship in New York City. Job openings listed at the bottom of the page.
Summer internship in New York City: https://cognito.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=4bd0f215-c0d2-47bb-ac7f-d879f430931d
A thriving, mission-driven multimedia organization, NPR produces award-winning news, information, and music programming in partnership with hundreds of independent public radio stations across the nation. The NPR audience values information, creativity, curiosity, and social responsibility – and our employees do too. We are innovators and leaders in diverse fields, from journalism and digital media to IT and development. Every day, our employees and member stations touch the lives of millions worldwide.
Editing: You’ll be working closely with the Visuals Team’s photo editors on fast-paced deadlines – we’re talking anywhere from 15 minutes to publication, to short-term projects that are a week out. You’ll dig into news coverage and photo research, learning how to communicate about what makes a good image across a range of news topics, including international, national, technology, arts and more.
Photography: Depending on the news cycle, there may be opportunities to photograph DC-area assignments. This can mean you’d have one or two shoots in a week, or maybe just a couple shoots in a month. You’ll work closely with a radio or web reporter while out in the field, and a photo editor will go through your work and provide feedback for each assignment. There will also be a chance to work on portraiture and still lifes in our studio.
We also encourage each intern to create a self-directed project to work on throughout the semester. It can be an Instagram series, video, photo essay, text story or anything in-between. You can work independently or with another intern or reporter.
EDUCATION: Must be a current student in an accredited degree program or a recent graduate of no more than 12 months from the month of the start of the internship.
Applications close on Monday, March 9, 2020 at 5pm ET.
Does this sound like you? If so, we want to hear from you. All applications must include a resume and cover letter to be considered.
The Facebook Journalism Project and the Reynolds Journalism Institute have opened applications for the Instagram Local News Fellowship.
The fellowship started as a pilot program last summer, when the first class of fellows spent ten weeks in three newsrooms — The Boston Globe, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, and The Saint Louis Post-Dispatch.
This year, awarded fellows will be placed in up to 20 newsrooms across the U.S. and will serve as Instagram editors for the summer, working with the newsrooms to reach new audiences and innovate their strategy on the platform.
Fellows will receive invaluable hands-on experience as they develop and implement an Instagram strategy that supports each publisher’s business goals. In addition, newsroom leaders will mentor each student and share knowledge from their years of journalism experience.
Fellows will also receive an $8,000 stipend which they may use for their work, housing, and travel.
How long will the program last?
The fellowship will run from June 8, 2020 to August 14, 2020 and before the program starts, Instagram will host a training program at our New York headquarters from June 2-3, 2020.
Where can those interested apply and what’s the deadline?Interested college seniors and recent journalism graduates can submit their application here. The application deadline is March 6, 2020.
When will selected fellows be announced?
Fellows will be announced the week of March 23rd, 2020.
For more information about the program, including program requirements, participating newsrooms and the experience of last year’s fellows, check out: http://bit.ly/IGFellows.
Photography and Videography Intern
Camp Ozark in Houston
Camp Ozark is America’s largest single-site Christian sports and adventure camp for kids. They hire over 700 college-aged students from over 40 universities to work with over 6,000 kids each summer. Camp Ozark Photographers can expect to learn valuable lessons in project and file management, time management, and working with Adobe Photoshop and Bridge.Camp Ozark Videographers can expect to learn valuable lessons in project and media management, time management, and working with Apple Final Cut Pro and DVD Studio Pro.
Photo: Camp Ozark Photographers can expect to learn valuable lessons in project and file management, time management, and working with Adobe Photoshop and Bridge. In addition, at the conclusion of their employment Photographers will have a wide variety of photos they can include in their portfolio.
Video: Camp Ozark Videographers can expect to learn valuable lessons in project and media management, time management, and working with Apple Final Cut Pro and DVD Studio Pro. In addition, at the conclusion of their employment Videographers will have a variety of projects they can include in their portfolio or demo reel.
For more: https://campozark.com/
The Office of Special Events at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History plans and coordinates over 150 events each year including: donation ceremonies, staff receptions, donor cultivation events, corporate dinners, receptions and social events. This internship offers the opportunity for students interested in event planning and coordinating to delve into the museum environment and gain hands-on skills from a highly esteemed workplace.
New Media Production Intern, Washington Nationals
New Media Interns will work with the New Media Manager to learn new skills and receive valuable insight into the day-to-day workings of a sports new media department. They will also gain hands-on experience working game days, creating social media, organizing website and email plans, editing content and working in a fast paced environment. To learn more and apply: https://gallery.mailchimp.com/0c240f39418a2baed85c14674/files/66218c8c-7fec-4230-832a-044ba80c8f3e/Special_Events_Internship_and_Testimonials_Summer_2020.pdf
FleishmanHillard offers the Alfred Fleishman Diversity Fellowship program; they’re looking for ethnically diverse candidates and applicants who have a passion for ethnic or cultural diversity. All applicants must demonstrate a commitment to promoting ethnic and cultural diversity through their work, education and life experiences. They provide six- to 12-month paid Fellowships — with benefits — professional development opportunities and a mentor program. Fellows will contribute to client projects while rotating among account teams, gaining practical experience in the field of integrated communications from some of the industry’s best counselors.
The Sports Business Journal currently has two open positions; an editorial assistant and an assistant e-sports editor. The editorial assistant is a paid and open-ended part-time role of up to 25 hours a week, enabling an eager reporter the chance to observe and learn from the bible of the sports business. The right candidate has strong journalism skills, an ability to handle multiple tasks and a willingness to take on new challenges. Tasks could include assisting in all editorial operations, from strategy discussions to reporting and writing original copy for both Sports Business Daily and Sports Business Journal.
The assistant e-sports editor position combines the skills of a top-flight editor, editorial discipline and packaging and long-range planning. This position will help steer coverage of news stories for digital consumption, big-picture stories, personalities behind the deals, news trends and also manage awards and in-depth coverage. The assistant editor would focus coverage to be placed across three publications – Sports Business Journal/Daily and TEO – The Esports Observer.
Position Title: Assistant Editor/esports and gaming
Department: Editorial – Sports Business Journal/Daily and TEO.
Interested candidates submit resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisor’s Title: Executive Editor
Seeking a smart, strategic and talented editor to assist in producing lively and rich components largely centered around esports and gaming for daily/weekly publications. The position combines the skills of a top-flight editor, editorial discipline and packaging and long-range planning. This position will help steer coverage of news stories for digital consumption, and big-picture stories, personalities behind the deals, news trends and also manage awards and in-depth coverage. Assistant Editor would focus coverage to be placed across three publications – Sports Business Journal/Daily and TEO – The Esports Observer. Editor will work with editorial team on where stories are placed, prioritized and distributed.
Assistant Editor will be asked to bring ideas, inspiration and guidance to the content team and work with, manage and direct reporters. Reporting directly to the Executive Editor, the Assistant Editor will work with a team to actively oversee and direct the deployment of resources across various publishing platforms daily and weekly to focus on being a leader in the business coverage of esports and gaming.
Candidates must have understanding and interest in esports and gaming, ideation, solid news sense, an ability to make snap judgments about the proper treatment of stories, and confidence in orchestrating the many simultaneous actions of the editorial team members. Editor will be nimble and turn around copy accurately and succinctly and think big with a view of packaging stories/information/data in print, online and mobile.
Organization must be a strength, and person must be willing to be open-minded while willing to serve as a change agent in the newsroom, actively advocating for the improvements and resources that take Sports Business Journal/Daily and TEO content to the next level.
Must be willing to conduct outreach into the sports community. Editor must be willing to work with reporters to shape content, find holes in stories, offer ideas on sourcing, and serve as a mentor for reporters, helping pave their way to continual improvement, learning and growth. Must adhere to excellence, with the highest standards and ethics. Strong and consistent communication skills are critical.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties and responsibilities, work schedules and/or location may change based on evolving business needs
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
General office environment. Extensive computer use required. Some travel required. Ability to work flexible work schedules, including nights, weekends and holidays, as needed.
Job is based in Charlotte, N.C., and reports to executive editor. If interested, send a brief cover letter, resume and examples of your work to email@example.com.
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