Summer Internship

Domino is looking for passionate, hardworking Editorial, Photo, and Art interns to join our design-obsessed team. Over the course of roughly 12 weeks (part-time, about 30 hours a week), you’ll become ingrained in the day-to-day of creating engaging digital content, working closely with our nimble team of editors across Domino’s Home, Scouting, Kids, and Creative Studio departments. You’re someone who’s ready to jump in and lend a hand, whether that’s in reaching out to expert sources, doing photo research, producing stories in our CMS, or writing timely pieces for our website. A can-do attitude and enthusiasm for interior design are musts. Interns are paid minimum New York City wage for their work. These are virtual-first internships and we are open to candidates from anywhere in the US.

American Science, Tech and Defense News Outlet Internship

Do you love everything to do with science, technology and defense?

American science, technology and defense news outlet, The Debrief has an internship/writer position opening. Please email your resume and cover letter to EIC, MJ Banias at mj@thedebrief.org to apply.

Website: thedebrief.org

Length: 2 - 3 months (depending on personal internship time frames)

*End of internship payment to be discussed with our team.

Job Responsibilities
- Write 4 to 5 stories per week (600-800 words), most of which are aggregated news stories in a specific beat. This may include listicles and reported news stories.
- Write 1 longer story per week (1,000+ words) with original reporting in a specific beat.
- Closely monitor science or tech trends and innovations so as to constantly pitch story ideas.
- Regularly monitor socials and feeds for breaking stories in futurism, science and tech beats.
- Develop good sources inside the science and/or tech space.
- Work on 1 or 2 long-read features per month, or as time allows.
- Additional responsibilities as assigned by editors

Role Requirements
- Ability to work independently.
- Build up the team culture with a 'start-up' mentality.
- Dogged pursuit of vetting stories and sources.
- Some understanding of Google's tools, Trello, and WordPress.
- Clean copy.
- Strong and fast-paced writing skills for a digital publication.
- Understanding of, or willingness to learn, The Debrief's voice and approach.

Paid Media-Related Editorial Intern

American Spa is looking for an editorial intern interested in the beauty, health, and wellness industry. This intern will help pitch, write, edit, and produce stories for print and digital platforms. The ideal intern is someone who is a great writer and editor with a positive attitude and an interest in beauty and wellness, a keen eye for detail (grammar and spelling), knowledge of AP Style, and a willingness to do in-depth fact checking.

The pay is $15/hour

This is a remote position, at least for now, and start date is mid-February. The intern is expected to work between 10-20 hours a week.

Decider Full-Time Summer Intern

Responsibilities:

Conduct research for content that the Decider staff is working on (articles, lists, video)
Gather and edit digital assets (still images, screencaps, GIFs, videos) for publication
Participate in content planning meetings by pitching new ideas for blog posts, galleries, videos, and stand-alone social media executions
Execute ideas that have been approved for publication on Decider.com and their respective social channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat)
Assist Decider’s Social Media Editor in developing and optimizing site’s social media strategy

Required Skills:

Excellent knowledge of pop culture landscape, both past and present
Creativity and flexibility
Strong writing and editing experience
Ability to juggle multiple assignments at once
Excellent time-management
Eager team player
Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop required; familiarity with WordPress extremely beneficial

As an equal opportunity employer, the New York Post does not discriminate in hiring or the terms and conditions of employment because of an individual’s race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. The New York Post will consider the provision of reasonable accommodations to known physical or mental disabilities of otherwise qualified applicants to enable them to participate in our application process and to effectively perform the essential functions of the job, unless doing so would impose an undue financial or operational hardship. ​

Part-Time Sports Summer Intern

Want to know what it’s like to be a sports journalist in 2021? We will provide you with all the experiences necessary for you to understand what it takes to thrive in this fast-paced, ever-changing industry.

We are seeking a motivated Sports Intern to join the Best Sports Team in Town!

Responsibilities:

Write and edit stories for digital and print publications, initially with guidance from editors
Work on tight deadlines, producing stories in a timely fashion.
Cover live events, such as MLB games or NFL practices, or press conferences.
Uncover new stories and effectively pitch them for publication.

Qualifications:

Experience at college newspaper or web site strongly preferred.
Deep knowledge of all sports to include New York teams
Track record of strong communication and interpersonal skills
Familiarity with the New York Post and our writing style

As an equal opportunity employer, the New York Post does not discriminate in hiring or the terms and conditions of employment because of an individual’s race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. The New York Post will consider the provision of reasonable accommodations to known physical or mental disabilities of otherwise qualified applicants to enable them to participate in our application process and to effectively perform the essential functions of the job, unless doing so would impose an undue financial or operational hardship. ​

Full-Time Sunday News Summer Intern

The New York Post is looking for a talented Sunday News Summer Intern for the summer!

Candidates should have an understanding of not only hard news but entertainment and celebrity culture. Knowledge of NYC and environs preferred but not essential.

*Please note this will be a Tuesday-Saturday schedule.*

Primary responsibilities:

Pitch his or her own story ideas, with the expectation that we would assign the intern to execute an approved story idea (often pairing them with a Sunday staff reporter).
Assist reporters on researching background information for a story. This can take many forms, such as scanning social media for a subject’s profile, photos or comments; helping to search, organize or tally databases to find relevant information for a story; etc.
Assigned to go to a location and report, gather quotes, observe, etc., and then feed those notes to the lead reporter on a story. Sometimes an intern will be asked to help write a story.

Qualifications:

Must have great news judgment.
The ability to work independently.
A passion for anything news related!
Interested candidates should submit their resume, a cover letter, and a recent writing sample (preferred news clipping) for consideration.

As an equal opportunity employer, the New York Post does not discriminate in hiring or the terms and conditions of employment because of an individual’s race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. The New York Post will consider the provision of reasonable accommodations to known physical or mental disabilities of otherwise qualified applicants to enable them to participate in our application process and to effectively perform the essential functions of the job, unless doing so would impose an undue financial or operational hardship. ​

Decider.com Winter Intern

Responsibilities:

Conduct research for content that the Decider staff is working on (articles, lists, video)
Gather and edit digital assets (still images, screencaps, GIFs, videos) for publication
Participate in content planning meetings by pitching new ideas for blog posts, galleries, videos, and stand-alone social media executions
Execute ideas that have been approved for publication on Decider.com and their respective social channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat)
Assist Decider's Social Media Editor in developing and optimizing site's social media strategy

Required Skills:

Excellent knowledge of pop culture landscape, both past and present
Creativity and flexibility
Strong writing and editing experience
Ability to juggle multiple assignments at once
Excellent time-management
Eager team player
Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop required; familiarity with WordPress extremely beneficial

2021 Chalkbeat reporting internship

We’re looking for education journalism interns in Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, New York City, Memphis, and Philadelphia.

Are you a motivated undergraduate or grad student interested in telling the story of education in America? Come work with us at Chalkbeat as a summer intern. Our newsroom has bureaus in eight cities — Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Memphis, Newark, New York City, and most recently, Philadelphia — plus a national team. We cover the effort to improve schools for all children, especially students in the United States who have historically lacked access to a quality education.

We offer a 10-week paid internship in each bureau from June to August 2021. You will:
Work a 40-hour week alongside some of the nation’s top education journalists.
Write daily stories on deadline, with editing from top-notch story editors.
Leave Chalkbeat with at least two strong clips.
Hone your writing skills to craft enticing ledes, effectively structure each story, and conduct fruitful interviews.
Incorporate data journalism, polls, and social engagement.
Attend weekly skill-building sessions.
Become an integral part of a dynamic, diverse newsroom. Our interns interview, report, write, and learn — they don’t make coffee or file paperwork.

Here are some of the stories our past interns filed. (links on Chalkbeat job posting at Chalkbeat.org/careers)
“Charie Gibson was homeless 17 times. Now she helps more than 1,000 homeless students in Indianapolis.” By Erica Irish (Indiana 2019)
“Many Denver schools with high asthma rates aren’t participating in a new air quality monitoring program” by Kati Weis (Colorado 2019)
“NYC children out of school for summer struggle to access free meals — as food, federal dollars go to waste” by Zipporah Osei (New York 2019)
“Meet ‘The Outsiders’: New website aims to support students of color at NYC’s elite public high schools” by Ashleigh Garrison (New York 2020)
“Teachers need training to improve pandemic learning. Many are still waiting.” by Sneha Dey (Chicago 2020)
“Indianapolis students accused their teachers of racism. Will the district’s investigation lead to change?” by Emily Isaacman (Indiana 2020)

Each intern can choose their 10-week session to accommodate their college schedule. COVID-19 safety is a priority for our staff, so if in-person attendance is too risky, the internships will become virtual.
Who are you?
Journalism is your calling. You love finding things out and explaining them.
You’re interested in public policy and social issues.
You’re eager for feedback and enjoy collaborating.
You’re flexible, a hard worker, creative, energetic, patient, and tenacious.
You know how to report accurately, write clearly and concisely, and meet your deadlines.
You have:
Clips that demonstrate strong reporting and writing skills.
Meaningful high school, college, or professional journalism experience.
A demonstrable interest in public education.

Blockchain Intern

· Conduct research on enterprise use cases of blockchain technology

· Edit and fact check work from Forbes staff

· Perform technical writing on cryptoassets and blockchain technology for the Forbes website

· Collaborate with Forbes Research Director on various projects

· May have the opportunity to draft articles for the website

News Curator Summer Intern

inkl is hiring an intern to join our team of curators. Once you've been trained, you will scour the news from our 100+ publishers and select the best stories for our global audience. You'll be joining a team of driven, trained journalists who are passionate about creating a better informed world. It is absolutely crucial that you have a good general knowledge and a keen interest in global politics. Curiosity is everything. You will work 4 hours per day (early-late afternoon) Monday-Friday for a total of 20 hours per week. If you are the right fit after your three month internship we'll be looking to hire a permanent part-time role!