The Dow Jones News Fund invites college students to apply for paid summer internships in audience engagement, business reporting, data journalism, digital media and multiplatform editing. The application deadline is Nov. 16.
The News Fund will select college journalists for internships with more than 70 newsrooms across the country. Those selected will also benefit from week-long, pre-internship training, $1,500 scholarships, memberships to journalism groups and access to the DJNF alumni network for jobs and mentoring.
The New Paltz Oracle is gearing up towards a very exciting semester and we are looking for new, dedicated members with a passion for journalism. We are currently taking applications through the link provided.
This year we are launching a new multi-media collaboration with Hawk Studios to give students interested in broadcasting an opportunity to experience live reporting and anchoring! This alongside our weekly print and digital publication will make for an excellent semester. We meet Sundays at 7pm for our pitch meeting and Tuesdays at 6pm for production night in room 421 of the SUB.
For more information, reach out to:
Zoe Woolrich (she/her), Editor-in-Chief
or Jeremy Sodergren (they/them), Managing Editor
The New Paltz Oracle
Digital media/journalism intern needed to develop a newsletter and editorial content for the Holistic Health Community, a non-profit organization based in the Hudson Valley.
This intern would also be responsible for editing articles and writing feature stories. This opportunity is best suited for a self-motivated individual with experience creating an editorial content calendar, interviewing, writing, editing and publishing.
Please send resume and writing samples to: Laurie Marks Law, Executive Director | Holistic Health Community (HHC) at: email@example.com
Chronogram Media is seeking editorial interns for 2 days per week (6 credits). For their internship, they require at least 2 days (16 hours) a week of work. The internship can be a mix of onsite work in Kingston and remote. The internship is unsalaried.
Fluence Seeking Video Production Interns in Woodstock, NY!
Job Description: Come this January, Prof. Rob Harris will be working with Fluence, an educational company, as a video producer. The video production intern will report to Rob Harris, the head of video production at Fluence.
Job Overview: Fluence is an educational company training therapists to engage in psychedelic therapy. Online learning is a key component of the company. The video production intern will assist in shooting, editing and publishing video content for online courses, as well as videos to assist in marketing and knowledge leadership in the field. Most videos are shot at Fluence’s office and production studio in Woodstock, NY. Interns are required to be onsite.
Multiple Spring 2023 in-person media production internships are available at EC Media Group LLC.
Internship would include occasional in-person photo/video shoots for content generation.
Intern Requirements: Continue reading
Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress is looking for a Video Production/Editing Intern for the Summer 2022. Intern would receive mentoring from Adam Bosch, SUNY New Paltz alumnus and President of Pattern for Progress, and other staff. Continue reading
Hudson Valley Magazine is looking for a full-time Digital Editor. Position will take place in-person in Fishkill, NY. Candidates must be familiar with the Hudson Valley area and love to explore everything from food to entertainment. Continue reading
Defense News and Military Times publications are seeking interns for their 2022 Internship Program. They’re looking for students with experience writing and reporting who will work with their news team on daily coverage of the defense industry and military/veteran affairs. Continue reading
Hearst Newspapers, branded as Points North, is looking for freelance news reporters to cover stories focused in the Hudson Valley, Catskills, Adirondacks and Capitol Regions. The position requires reporters to write three digital stories a day with pictures and an understanding of SEO. Depending on the complexity of the piece and amount of sources Hearst is offering $150 to $300 per piece.They are creating a combination of centerpiece stories along with clusters of shorter stories to keep the fast growing audience engaged. Duties include reporting, producing, writing, and aggregating stories that reflect the image of the site. You must be able to find interesting, regional stories and be able to quickly report breaking news. As well, you will work closely with the editing team to coordinate daily features and future plans. Requirements include: Continue reading