On March 29, the Student Press Law Center, in collaboration with PEN America, will launch the first-ever Global Press Freedom Advocacy Institute for student journalists.
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“Everyone I know has had their internships canceled”: Students face journalism internship and job cuts due to COVID-19
News outlets around the country are laying off staff, furloughing employees and implementing hiring freezes due to the financial fallout of COVID-19. Many college journalists have lost internships or had post-grad job offers withdrawn, while others are in limbo waiting to hear back from potential employers. On April 29, the U.S. Department of Commerce reported… Continue reading “Everyone I know has had their internships canceled”: Students face journalism internship and job cuts due to COVID-19
Apply now to these fall 2020 paid journalism internships
Every month the Student Press Law Center publishes a list of paid journalism internships. Many newsrooms, including NPR, The Boston Globe and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, have canceled their summer 2020 internships, according to Poynter. Here are some fall internships that are accepting applications. Due to COVID-19, the status of the programs are subject to change.… Continue reading Apply now to these fall 2020 paid journalism internships