Transfers: Register for Internship Eligibility Once You Have 30 New Paltz Credits

Transfer students, you should apply for internship eligibility once you have 30 New Paltz credits. Applying for internship eligibility means you must be approved to earn credits for any internship you complete, before you complete it. In order to do a required internship for credits you must be certified eligible. Although you only have to be certified one semester before, we recommend you get certified asap to get the application done with. Once you are eligible you remain eligible until you graduate (unless your GPA drops below a 2.5). Here are the minimum requirements to be certified as eligible to earn internship credits. Continue reading

Attention Seniors! Check out this Paid Journalism Internship with The Daily Catch

Based in Red Hook, The Catch is an independent, non-profit online paper that covers Red Hook and Rhinebeck news. In the fall of 2023, a one-year paid internship will be offered to a college senior, funded by the DJ McManus Family Foundation. They are looking for a curious and passionate journalist, a facile writer, and someone who loves to talk to people and write their stories. No prior journalism experience is necessary. 

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The Department of City Planning (DCP) is Excited to Announce the 2023 Paid Summer Internship Program!

DCP’s Summer Internship Program aims to introduce its mission to both undergraduate and graduate interns and strives to integrate interns into the agency’s work program by fostering on-the-job training and career exploration. Their program includes orientation, presentations from subject matter experts and site visits to exciting projects across the five boroughs.

Program Duration: 8-10 Weeks beginning on June 5th, 2023

Civil Service Title: Summer College Intern

Hourly Rate: $17.50

Shift: Maximum of 34 hours per week

Job ID: 572138

Application Deadline: Friday, March 10th, 2023

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Seniors- Apply for Internship Eligibility ASAP!

For any students planning on graduating in summer or fall 2023, make sure you apply for internship eligibility by Friday, Mar. 10. All DMJ majors and journalism minors are required to complete an internship in order to graduate, so if you do not apply on time you will most likely not be approved to intern in the spring which puts you at risk of not graduating on time. If you haven’t already, you must apply for internship eligibility this semester. The deadline is Friday, Mar. 10  Continue reading

The Art Effect in Poughkeepsie is Looking for Interns Every Semester and Have a Volunteer Position Open for this Spring

The Art Effect, located in Poughkeepsie, is a non-profit arts organization empowering young people to develop their creative voice to shape their futures and bring aboutThe Art Effect (@The_Art_Effect) / Twitter positive social change. The Art Effect helps youth explore, experience, and excel in the arts, introducing them to visual arts and media, giving them the opportunity to develop real skills in these fields, and guiding them towards achieving their academic and career goals. Continue reading

DMJ and Comm Students of Greek Heritage Have the Chance to Earn a Grant of $5,000

Peter Agris Memorial Journalism Scholarships is holding its 30th annual awards for DMJ and Comm students of Greek Heritage. The careers of 141 aspiring journalists have been supported by grants totaling almost three-quarters of a million dollars over the last thirty years through the partnership initiated by the Alpha Omega Council and the Agris Family to honor the memory of Peter Agris, the founder of the Council and the publisher of The Hellenic Chronicle newspaper. Continue reading

The New York Times is Seeking a Paid Editorial Intern!

Wirecutter is seeking an inventive and motivated intern to join their editorial team. In this role, you will learn the ins and outs of their growing, thriving editorial organization and collaborate with different teams to understand and participate in the process.

The mission of The New York Times is to seek the truth and help people understand the world. That means independent journalism is at the heart of all they do as a company. 

As the Summer 2023 Editorial Projects Intern, you’ll report to the projects editor as an intern within their 100+ person editorial team. You will contribute to editorial events and initiatives (everything from theme weeks to deal events to tracking new assignments), generate ideas on how to improve our editorial processes, and take ownership of projects. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn from and support other teams at Wirecutter, including the content, research, and web production teams.

Interested candidates should provide a resume and a cover letter outlining why you want to intern at Wirecutter and your experience with managing projects or creating workflows. You can only upload one file in the “Résumé/CV” box, so either combine and upload your résumé and cover letter as one file or use the “My Experience” section to attach your cover letter.

This is a paid, full-time (40 hours), remote internship. The summer internship term starts on June 5, 2023 and ends on August 11, 2023. The rate of base pay for this role is $15.00 per hour.

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Paid Summer Internships Available with the New York Press Association

The New York Press Association Foundation is sponsoring a paid summer internship at this newspaper for a qualified journalism student.

Any student currently enrolled in a recognized journalism program is eligible to compete for an internship with a net $2,600 stipend provided by NYPA. Applicants must attend college during the 2023-2024 academic year.

Don’t delay! The application deadline is March 1st, 2023!

Application forms are available online at www.nynewspapers.com, click on NYPA, then Internships.