Intern for the Gateway Journalism Review in Fall 2019

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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

17 Internship Opportunities to Kick Start Your Career in Journalism

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This summer, launch your journalism career with one of 17 fabulous internships.
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When I talk to students contemplating a career in journalism, the first thing I tell them is that they need to look for great internships to kick start their career. When I was still a j-school student at the University of Cincinnati, internships were built into our curriculum, but that’s not always the case, depending where you go to university. Still, whether or not internships are mandatory for graduation, working as an intern is a smart idea because internships provide real world experience, help students network with professionals, and sharpen your focus when it comes to picking an area of expertise. Read more of this post