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Find 2022. Remote. Journalism Internships. An internship is all about gaining hands-on experience, but due to COVID-19, anything “hands-on” is off the table for now. But as more and more businesses go online, so do many internships. …

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Our remote internships programs are also available year-round with customizable scheduling. You can choose from a range of online program options, ranging from 100 hours up to 350 hours. These internships are completed 100% online so …

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Find 2022. Journalism. Internships. As a journalist, you’ll be on the front line, reporting the truth—from breaking news to today’s weather and from fashion do’s and don’ts to football scores. A journalism internship bridges the gap between your degree and a career in journalism, helping you break into this competitive and illustrious

1. Columbia University. According to the Education Portal, Columbia University is ranked as the top journalism school in the country, and not just among Ivy League schools.
2. University of Pennsylvania. At Penn, students study at the Walter Annenberg School of Communications.
3. Yale University.
4. Princeton University.
5. Poynter
6. Journalismjobs.com
7. Gannett/USA Today Network
8. Mediabistro.com
9. Ziprecruiter’s College Job page
10. Internships.com ’s journalism search page
11. Intern Queen
12. Editor and Publisher
13. University of Missouri – Colombia. Missouri School of Journalism is known as the oldest school that provides a journalism training program in the country.
14. University of Georgia.
15. Northwestern University.
16. Syracuse University.
17. Ball State University.
18. Arizona State University.
19. University of Oklahoma.
20. University of Arkansas.
21. Indiana University.
22. Boston University.

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1. EnergyMag Internship. Looking to help make the world a better place? Through EnergyMag’s internships, open to high school and college students, you’ll gain experience working in the renewable energy sector.
2. PHC Group, LLC Mary Miller Summer Program. Rising high school seniors and new graduates can gain leadership skills and explore independent interests through this paid internship.
3. Upkey Leadership & Career Readiness Internship. Upkey offers 1,000 new virtual internships to equip students with leadership and career readiness skills each quarter.
4. Geosciences Bridge Program. The Geosciences Bridge Program is a 6-week paid internship at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore for students interested in ocean sciences, atmospheric sciences, and geographic information systems.
5. Smithsonian Internships. The Smithsonian Institution is the world’s largest and most prominent museum system. The Smithsonian’s Office of Fellowships & Internships offers a wide range of intriguing internship opportunities throughout the various Smithsonian museums.
6. Spikeview Social Media and Product Strategy Internship. Spikeview is a mobile platform that allows teenagers to showcase their unique experiences and achievements.
7. United Planet Virtual Internship. United Planet is a global non-profit with the mission of fostering a global community through volunteership. Students over the age of 16 can intern in the fields of global health, environmental sustainability, and children and education.
8. NASA High School Internship Program. NASA offers high school internship programs to students year-round. Typically, these internships are in-person at one of NASA’s many centers countrywide, but due to COVID-19 NASA is offering these amazing internship opportunities virtually.
9. U.S. Department of State’s Pathways Internship Program. The U.S. Department of State’s Pathways Internship Program provides students with paid opportunities to explore various Federal career paths.
10. DOROT Summer Teen Internship Program. DOROT is a non-profit organization that aims to support the aging population through volunteership and meaningful support.

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1. EnergyMag Internship. Looking to help make the world a better place? Through EnergyMag’s internships, open to high school and college students, you’ll gain experience working in the renewable energy sector.
2. PHC Group, LLC Mary Miller Summer Program. Rising high school seniors and new graduates can gain leadership skills and explore independent interests through this paid internship.
3. Upkey Leadership & Career Readiness Internship. Upkey offers 1,000 new virtual internships to equip students with leadership and career readiness skills each quarter.
4. Geosciences Bridge Program. The Geosciences Bridge Program is a 6-week paid internship at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore for students interested in ocean sciences, atmospheric sciences, and geographic information systems.
5. Smithsonian Internships. The Smithsonian Institution is the world’s largest and most prominent museum system. The Smithsonian’s Office of Fellowships & Internships offers a wide range of intriguing internship opportunities throughout the various Smithsonian museums.
6. Spikeview Social Media and Product Strategy Internship. Spikeview is a mobile platform that allows teenagers to showcase their unique experiences and achievements.
7. United Planet Virtual Internship. United Planet is a global non-profit with the mission of fostering a global community through volunteership. Students over the age of 16 can intern in the fields of global health, environmental sustainability, and children and education.
8. NASA High School Internship Program. NASA offers high school internship programs to students year-round. Typically, these internships are in-person at one of NASA’s many centers countrywide, but due to COVID-19 NASA is offering these amazing internship opportunities virtually.
9. U.S. Department of State’s Pathways Internship Program. The U.S. Department of State’s Pathways Internship Program provides students with paid opportunities to explore various Federal career paths.
10. DOROT Summer Teen Internship Program. DOROT is a non-profit organization that aims to support the aging population through volunteership and meaningful support.

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Remote journalism, publishing & media internships Our remote journalism internships enable driven media professionals to gain invaluable experience within the industry and network with experts in the field. We’ve previously placed interns in a variety of media outlets, from radio stations to online magazines and everything in between.

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The National Student Leadership Conference’s Film, Journalism & Media Arts summer program for high school students uses an interactive approach to learning that gives you an opportunity to immerse yourself in the challenging complexities of the communication field. Together with American University’s School of Communication, Discover the

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The School of The New York Times: Summer Academy NYC & DC New York & DC, New York. Summer Academy NY & DC gives intellectually curious high school students the opportunity to pursue their passions and study with experts in the fields of journalism, media, politics, technology, arts, culture, sports, business, fashion and more. ..

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Online internships are an ideal option for high school students, college students, graduates or anyone at home in lockdown, as they can fit flexibly into busy schedules and allow you to gain career experience without having to commute. Explore Remote Internships Why take an online summer internship in 2021?

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5000-7000 /month. Apply By. 5 Nov' 21. Part time allowed. The hiring for this internship will be online and the company will provide work from home/ deferred joining till current COVID-19 situation improves. Internship with job offer. Part time allowed. Internship with …

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Journalism Jumpstart is a free three-week intensive summer journalism program for Miami-Dade and Broward County high school students, hosted by the FIU Communication, Architecture + The Arts department. This program focuses on reporting and writing skills. Participants will work with a writing coach and professional journalists. Learn More

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2,147 High School Journalism jobs available on Indeed.com. Apply to High School Teacher, Content Writer, College Consultant and more!

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The Journalism Internship Openings 2021 will help the students to introduce them to the profession of gathering, writing, and presenting the news and information. Of course, the Journalist can work for newspapers, magazines, radio or television, Internet broadcast. At the time of the Internship, the interns have to perform various tasks.

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What schools have the best journalism programs??

The Top Ivy League Schools With Undergraduate Journalism Programs

  1. Columbia University. According to the Education Portal, Columbia University is ranked as the top journalism school in the country, and not just among Ivy League schools.
  2. University of Pennsylvania. At Penn, students study at the Walter Annenberg School of Communications. ...
  3. Yale University. ...
  4. Princeton University. ...

How to find and get journalism internships??

  • Poynter
  • Journalismjobs.com
  • Gannett/USA Today Network
  • Mediabistro.com
  • Ziprecruiter’s College Job page
  • Internships.com ’s journalism search page
  • Intern Queen
  • Editor and Publisher

What goes into a journalism internship??

A journalism internship bridges the gap between your degree and a career in journalism, helping you break into this competitive and illustrious industry. As a journalism intern, you’ll get vital hands-on experience in creating and editing content, conducting interviews, sourcing photos, crafting social media posts, and researching and fact ...

What are the best schools for journalism majors??

The Best 25 Colleges for Journalism

  • University of Missouri – Colombia. Missouri School of Journalism is known as the oldest school that provides a journalism training program in the country.
  • University of Georgia. ...
  • Northwestern University. ...
  • Syracuse University. ...
  • Ball State University. ...
  • Arizona State University. ...
  • University of Oklahoma. ...
  • University of Arkansas. ...
  • Indiana University. ...
  • Boston University. ...

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