The Dow Jones News Fund college internship programs help juniors, seniors and graduate students jump-start careers in journalism through hands-on internships with leading news organizations. Interns receive one week of rigorous pre-internship training, a weekly salary during the internship and a $1,500 scholarship for students and graduates with federal loans.
Interns are chosen based on their résumés, experience, performance on DJNF tests, telephone interviews, 500-word essays and the needs of media outlets. Internships are offered in:
Heather Taylor, manager of digital media and programs at the Dow Jones News Fund, will walk you through the application process and offer tips on writing a competitive application.
We'll also discuss internships at KQED, Politico, American Society of Magazine Editors and other media employers.
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