Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Reporter @ Boulder, Colo. newspaper

The Colorado Daily, a 17,000-circulation daily newspaper in Boulder, Colo., seeks a part-time news reporter.

The reporter will work 20 hours per week and primarily cover news on the University of Colorado campus.

"Applicants must have a college degree; be clean, fast and proficient writers; and possess a knack for finding and reporting great stories," the ad states. "Applicants should also be Web savvy, and be well-versed in the latest online media and social-networking tools."

Apply online.

Boulder, Colorado

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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Paid internships @ Skiing magazine

Skiing magazine, a Boulder, Colo.-based magazine focused on skiing, is offering 12-week paid internships in reporting and photojournalism during the summer and fall.

Interns receive a $1,200 stipend for 3 months. Their duties include: article research, fact checking, proofreading, writing articles, calling in gear for testing, participating in staff editorial meetings, and interviewing subjects.

"We try to keep the grunt work (shipping, filing, etc) to a minimum," the posting states. "Skiing Magazine is a small staff (four editors and two art directors), so interns work closely with staffers."

If interested in a writing/reporting internship, e-mail resume, cover letter and writing samples to: megan.michelson@bonniercorp.com. For photography internships, e-mail resume, cover letter and portfolio to: Niall@skiingmag.com.

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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Paid internships @ ForbesLife magazine

ForbesLife MountainTime magazine is seeking paid part-time interns for its Boulder, Colo. offices. Internships are available for 15 hours per week in the spring and fall. Pay is $10 per hour.

Interns assist in all facets of magazine production, including writing, fact-checking, and front-end research.

"Our staff is small (2 editors, 1 designer, 1 photo editor), so this will be a key newsroom-style role ... We're looking for a meticulous reporter who wants to learn more newsgathering skills while getting a few clips and seeing how the business works," the ad states.

The magazine is a 150,000-circulation, semiweekly luxury lifestyle publication distributed through the Sunday newspapers in resort towns across the West. Focused on active locals and second-home owners, the magazine covers style, fashion, sports, architecture, home décor, and media—basically anything relating to the mountain lifestyle. Each issue consists of 16 to 24 pages of edit, from short news hits to in-depth features and essays.

E-mail resume, cover letter, and clips to Managing Editor Pieter van Noordennen at pvann@forbes.com.

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