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!

Editorial Intern

REMOTE/WORK FROM HOME: Florence Health, a website for nurses, is seeking an editorial intern to manage writers, post on social media, and work with the product and tech teams on site development.

Editorial Intern, Forge

Medium is expanding its editorial team. For summer 2020, we are looking for a critical addition to the editorial staff of our publication focused on personal development—an intern who will work closely with the team in growing and evolving Forge as a brand. This intern will have a strong curiosity about the questions people want to answer to improve their lives at work, at home, and elsewhere. This person is fascinated by the question of what it means to live, work, and be better, and eager to think innovatively about what personal development can be.

The Work
Provide support to Forge's team of editors.
Participate in brainstorming sessions around content creation.
Write, research, and report.
Produce and post stories to the website.
Analyze and report data.

What We Look For
Basic knowledge in research and reporting.
Strong desire to enter the field of journalism with curiosity about the work we do.
Passion for helping readers understand and improve their lives, and excited by creative approaches to service journalism.
Detail-focused, hard-working, curious, and collaborative mindsets.
Passion for world-class content and making sure it reaches the right people.
Self-starter attitudes; you can take an assignment and run with it.
Ability to communicate ideas clearly and effectively.
Comfortable working in a startup environment, where speed, flexibility, and experimentation are part of the day-to-day.
An ideas machine, tuned into the zeitgeist and able to spot stories within larger conversations.

What's In It For You
Opportunity to work with a staff of accomplished journalists that are passionate about the same thing you are.
Practical experience working on a publication staff.
Shadowing, mentoring, and training opportunities with knowledgeable professionals.
There’ll be opportunities to participate in networking events and company meetings.
Developing your skills in reporting, digital storytelling, newsgathering, and headline hashing.

About Our Summer Intern Program
Our internships are paid.
This intern doesn't have to be a college student/have to have attended college to apply.
This internship is approximately 40 hours/week Monday-Friday.
Internships begin on or around June 7, 2020, and will last for 10 weeks.
This intern will be working out of our NY Office. Located in Union Square.
Start and end dates are flexible within 1-2 weeks should your university schedule interfere with our dates.

This position is based in New York.

Editorial Intern - Elemental

Medium is expanding its editorial team. Summer 2020, we are looking for a critical addition to the editorial staff of our publication focused on science-backed health and wellness—an intern who will work closely with the team in growing and evolving Elemental as a brand. We want someone who has a keen eye for emerging trends and ideas in health and its related fields, and who can ask the right questions to guide coverage across diverse topic areas, from nutrition and fitness to neuroscience and psychedelics.

The Work
Provide support to Elemental's team of editors.
Participate in brainstorming sessions around content creation.
Write, research, and report.
Produce and post stories to the website.
Analyze and report data.

What We Look For
Interest in entering the field about journalism with curiosity about the work we do.
Passion about health, science, and wellness.
Detail-focused, hard-working, curious, and collaborative mindsets.
Passion about world-class content and making sure it reaches the right people.
Self-starter attitudes; you can take an assignment and run with it.
Ability to communicate ideas clearly and effectively.
Comfortable working in a startup environment, where speed, flexibility, and experimentation are part of the day-to-day.

What’s In It For You
Opportunity to work with a great team that is passionate about the same thing you are.
Practical experience in a newsroom.
Shadowing, mentoring, and training opportunities with knowledgeable professionals.
There’ll be opportunities to participate in networking events and company meetings.
Developing your skills in reporting, digital storytelling, news gathering, and headline hashing.

About Our Summer Intern Program
Our internships are paid.
This intern doesn't have to be a college student/have to have attended college to apply.
This internship is approximately 40 hours/week Monday-Friday.
Internships begin on or around June 7, 2020, and will last for 10 weeks.
This intern will be working out of our NY Office. Located in Union Square.
Start and end dates are flexible within 1-2 weeks should your university schedule interfere with our dates).

This position is based in New York.

Marjorie Deane Finance Journalism Summer Internship - The Economist

The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from The Economist Newspaper and magazines to conferences and electronic services. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.

The Economist is now accepting applicants for the 2020 Marjorie Deane internship. Interns will spend three to four months working beside writers and researchers in The Economist’s New York bureau. This is a paid internship, funded by the Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Creative thinking: brainstorm and present article ideas to pitch to editors and writing approved pitches
Research: Conduct independent research and interviews for articles
Collaboration: Participating in weekly meetings with New York’s editorial staff
Relationship building: Occasionally collaborate with other writers on articles they may be working on

Nexus Media Paid Summer Intern

Nexus Media is a climate change news service that produces articles, videos, photo essays and infographics in partnership with outlets such as Quartz, Teen Vogue, Fast Company, Popular Science, CityLab and PBS, among others.

About the Role

We are seeking a part-time intern to join our team starting in summer 2020. The Nexus Media Journalism Intern will research and report stories on climate change, energy and the constellation of related issues—economic instability, racial inequality, threats to public health and national security, to name a few.

This Nexus Media Journalism Intern will gain a deep knowledge of the climate crisis—science, policy, politics and advocacy. They will learn how to produce high-quality articles and videos under the guidance of experienced climate reporters.

Responsibilities

• Develop ideas for fresh, original, provocative stories about climate change.
• Investigate climate stories, identifying sources, gathering scientific research, and breaking it down into easy-to-understand language.
• Write articles for Nexus Media that will be considered for publication by our partner outlets, including Quartz, Teen Vogue, Fast Company, Popular Science, CityLab and PBS.
• Help produce videos for Nexus Media and our partner outlets.
• Draft tweets and Facebook posts for Nexus Media’s social channels.
• Assist with other tasks related to Nexus Media’s journalistic mission. This may include attending panel discussions, going to networking events, interviewing experts, and other work to dig up great stories about climate change.

Preferred Qualifications

Demonstrated interest in climate change or related issues
Education or experience in journalism or communications
Strong writing ability
An affection for deadlines
A nose for news or strong interest in learning how to develop stories about climate change
Experience in video production is preferred, but not essential
At least a sophomore in college. College graduates are encouraged to apply.

Time & Compensation

Part-time internship of 15 to 20 hours per week. Compensation of $15 per hour (with college credit, if needed). The ability to work two full-time days in our office per week is preferred, but we are open to other configurations based on student schedules.

The internship is for 10 weeks with the possibility to extend.
The ideal start date is mid-June 2020.

Due to the volume of applications we receive, we cannot reply to all submissions. We will contact applicants directly with requests for interviews.

Location: New York, NY

Nexus Media is a part of Climate Nexus, a nonprofit dedicated to improving public understanding of climate change. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage persons of diverse age, sex, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status to apply.

Summer 2020 Paid Intern - CNN Tonight with Don Lemon

The CNN Story
We are the now and the next. The power behind the people building the future. We are born from the spirit of innovation. We are created from the idea that people around the world want more, need more, deserve more. We are the home of the global digital revolution. We are CNN

The Team
Every night at 10p CNN Tonight with Don Lemon brings you the stories everyone is talking about. Our show is highly-produced and fast-paced, bringing together sought-after guests with differing points of view for an energized, lively conversation every night. We cover a wide range of topics including mystery, terror, race, crime and pop culture. There is no topic that scares us! The tasks could include, but are not limited to:

The Job
• Interns gain insight into the editorial process while interning at CNN NY.
• They strengthen their research skills while contributing to the show and participating in futures meetings.
• In production, interns learn how transcribe tape, use the various CNN databases, write for air, and work with producers from story inception to finished package.
• Often, interns book and greet show guests and assist in basic Administrative tasks.
• Intern's schedules will vary and shift throughout their internship so they can participate in all aspects of the show.

The Essentials
Candidates should be passionate about news, self-motivated, able to multitask, have a good attitude, and be able to function well in fast paced, high volume environment. Must be willing to work overnight.
The Perks
• An opportunity to work with a great team that is passionate about the same thing you are!
• Networking opportunities to meet people that you’d like to know!
• A speaker series that introduces you to cool executives and what they do for the best brands!
• Part of the WarnerMedia family of powerhouse brands

Spring 2020 program dates are January 13th through April 3rd. Interns are paid a competitive-wage based on location and relocation is not provided. Participation in the internship program is reserved for students who are currently enrolled or within 6 months post-graduation. Most positions are targeted to upperclassmen and graduate students.

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. and its subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity Employers and E-Verify users. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or protected veteran status.