Intern for Women of Cincy as an Editorial Resident

Young woman at a computer
Kick start your career with a remote internship with Women of Cincy. (Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com)

It may seem difficult to find an internship in the midst of a pandemic, but opportunities do still exist. So where should you look? Women of Cincy is one organization looking for the ideal candidate, and this online publication and social enterprise could be the perfect launch pad for your career, particularly if you’re interested in uplifting women.

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Intern for the Gateway Journalism Review in Fall 2019

St. Louis Gateway Arch

Build your portfolio as a remote intern with the Gateway Journalism Review. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Do you need an internship this fall? The Gateway Journalism Review wants you! With only five hours per week, you will receive close mentoring, editing and help with story development. Best of all, you don’t have to relocate to St. Louis or work in a traditional newsroom to do it! Read more of this post

Remember the Magic and Power of Letters

Letters

Letter writing doesn’t have to be a lost art. (Photo by Canva)

When is the last time you received a letter? I’m not talking about an email or a text, or even a blog post like this one. I’m talking about the old-fashioned kind where someone took the time to put pen to paper to send you their thoughts and reflections, then put it in an envelope, slapped a stamp on it and sent it through the good old US Postal Service. Read more of this post

There Comes A Time – Part Seven [FICTION]

Homemade baby food

As Deb teaches new mothers how to make homemade baby food, does she have something else up her sleeve? (Photo by thedabblist, Flickr)

Deb stood behind the cafe counter inside Little Things, pulsing boiled apricots in a blender as she taught a dozen new mothers how to make homemade baby food. “Now slowly add the apple juice and puree,” she said. “You want the apricots to have a smooth, thin texture. If it is too thin, you can always blend in a few Cheerios to thicken it up.” Read more of this post

There Comes A Time – Part Six [FICTION]

Police

Detective Evan Pappas doesn’t give up easily. (Photo by Ian Freimuth, Flickr)

Detective Evan Pappas stood in Chief Arnold Braley’s office glaring down at his boss in annoyance. As usual, his superior sat back in his desk chair and watched him, unmoved. Everyone joked that Chief looked like a bulldog, with his droopy eyes and thick cheeks. They just never said that to his face if they knew what was good for them. “I hear what you’re saying, Pappas. I really do. But you’re not the one the commissioner calls in the middle of the night when his ulcer flares up because he’s worrying about the budget. Without any viable leads to go on, I simply can’t make a case for continuance. We simply have to let this one go.”   Read more of this post