Red Hook Daily Catch Seeks Editorial Interns for Fall; Reporters Must Have a Car

Red Hook Daily Catch

The Red Hook Daily Catch, a new local publication, is interested in hiring journalism interns from our department to do in-person reporting in the Red Hook area, which is just 40 minutes from New Paltz. This is an excellent opportunity for our students–it’s not far away, and it’s paid.

Here are the particulars:
Position: Intern, The Red Hook Daily Catch
When: Immediately and running through Nov. 10, possibly longer.
Hours: Flexible, but probably 10-15 hours a week.
What: Report and write election-related stories ahead of the Nov. 8 general election. The stories will be assigned; there is no need to come up with or pitch stories. Reporters do in-person reporting and therefore must have a car.
Pay: $15 an hour
Requirements: Strong, grammatical writing skills, facility crafting news and feature stories, intense curiosity, excitement! Must have a car and camera (can be a mobile phone camera), as stories will include photos and occasional videos for social media posts.
Ideally, applicants will have some clips from the student paper or similar.
How to apply: Send resume, cover letter (showing you’ve read the Election 2022 coverage in The Daily Catch) and 2-3 clips to Emily Sachar, Founder and Editor at
Indicate the soonest you can take on stories.

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Rosendale Theatre Seeks Fall 2022 Interns to Create & Videos, Help with Stage Tech and Engage on Social Media

The Rosendale Theatre is offering internship positions this fall to help promote this community organization, which includes museum/gallery, theatre as well as event space.

Ideal candidates will be able to work at the Main Street, Rosendale location and have skills in video editing, social media video and writing, teamwork, communication, and a willingness to pitch in.

Responsibilities include:
Editing trailers
Editing video and photos for social media
Implementing social media
Stage and tech set up
Assisting with our art gallery

Apply now!  Send resume and statement of interest to:

Carrie Wykoff
Executive Director

Rosendale Theatre Collective
408 Main Street
Rosendale, NY 12472
(845) 658-8989

Mailing Address:
Rosendale Theatre Collective
P.O. Box 545
Rosendale, NY 12472

Chronogram Media Offers Fall Editorial Internships for Students Able to Work 2 Days Per Week

Chronogram Media is seeking editorial interns for 2 days per week (6 credits) for Fall 2022. Read below for details.

What we offer
We offer opportunities for interns to develop writing and editing skills and to write numerous articles for Chronogram,, and other Chronogram Media print and digital publications. Interns also learn how to use various digital tools for publishing: content-management systems, email newsletter campaigns, and social media creation. Interns advance at their own pace.

What we’re looking for
We are looking for self-motivated people with strong research, fact-checking, and writing skills, but prior journalistic experience is not required. Some familiarity with the Hudson Valley is helpful. Please send three writing samples, preferably published clips.

What we expect
Although the focus for all interns is on editing and writing, they do have some administrative responsibilities. These include occasional transcription, typing, or data entry tasks.

For our internship, we require at least 2 days (16 hours) a week of work. The internship can be a mix of onsite at our Kingston and remote. The internship is unsalaried.

Intern duties
Editorial interns will work with the editor and be assigned work within the framework of the following duties: manuscript evaluation, fact checking, proofreading, copy editing, research, and website updating, digital data management. The main focus of the internship will be on writing, for both print and digital platforms.

Contact Digital Editor Marie Doyon via e-mail ( if you are interested in applying for an internship at Chronogram/Luminary Media. Send a resume, a cover letter, and three (3) writing samples.

Application Deadline: August 26, 2022


Having Trouble Registering for Internship Credits?

Have you been given permission to register for internship credits and/or the internship seminar but are still having trouble registering via My Schedule Planner? Here are some tips:

First, ensure you have selected “Open and Full” because the college sets internships as “FULL” to compel students to get their internships approved and be granted permission to register.

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Next, you can only register for the section for which you were granted permission — You must disable all the other sections. Watch this:



Woodstock Film Festival Seeks Interns

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Have Federal Work Study? Apply to Join Our Editorial Team for Fall 2023

The Digital Media and Journalism and Communication departments are looking for an Editorial Assistant to the Department Advisor. As an editorial assistant you will help with writing and maintaining our blogs, designing newsletters, posters and fliers and posting to social media. You will also help maintain spreadsheets, send emails and announcements and other clerical/administrative work.  Continue reading

Hudson Valley Film Commission is Seeking Interns for Spring and Summer

The Hudson Valley Film Commission is a non profit organization that has engaged, supported and promoted hundreds of regional Film & TV productions since 2000. As part of its mission, the Film Commission refers locations, local crew, cast, vendors, qualified production facilities, post production houses and more. As a result, thousands of jobs have been created and more than $310 million in regional economic development.   Continue reading