Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Paid internship @ vegetarian magazine

VegNews, a San Francisco-based magazine that covers vegetarianism, is offering a paid internship from July through December. The gig pays a $500-per-month stipend and offers perks such as free food.

"Interns will gain invaluable experience reading and pitching stories, fielding inquiries, participating in editorial meetings, researching story ideas, copy editing, fact checking, and writing for the magazine, website, newsletters, and blogs," the ad states.

Additionally, "VegNews offers a host of benefits to ensure a fulfilling experience including a $500 monthly stipend, daily vegetarian lunch, product sampling, complimentary event tickets, all-you-can eat vegan cookies, a wonderful work environment (one block from the ocean in one of the most veg-friendly cities in America), advancement opportunities, course credit, and more."

To apply, e-mail cover letter, resume, and writing samples to Managing Editor Elizabeth Castoria at internships [at] vegnews.com with "VegNews internships" in the subject header.

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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Freelance journalism jobs in Bay Area

Two paid freelance journalism opportunities in Northern California:
  • The Santa Rosa Press Democrat, an 84,000-circulation daily newspaper, seeks paid community bloggers for its website. "Whether you're in Windsor, Healdsburg, Sebastopol or any other Sonoma County community ... if you're in the know about things going on in your town, like to write, and think you're up for being a part-time community correspondent, it could be you." Send a resume and cover letter Interactive Editor Greg Retsinas at greg.retsinas@pressdemocrat.com.
  • SF Weekly, a 100,000 weekly newspaper in San Francisco, has immediate openings for a freelance theater critic and a freelance art critic. "The theater critic will contribute reviews twice a month. The art critic will write a full-length column and two capsule reviews of local visual art shows once a month." Submit cover letter, resume and clips to will.harper@sfweekly.com.

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Paid internship @ SF music magazine

The San Jose-based publisher of DRUM! and other music magazines seeks a paid editorial intern. Internships begin in January and pay $250 per month.

"We're looking for an intern who knows music and drums and is interested in journalism or marketing communications," the ad states. "The intern will be working with our editors and our publisher on web-related projects to develop drumming content for social networking sites, as well as other editorial projects as required."

Apply online.

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Friday, November 27, 2009

Entry-level Bay Area journalism jobs

Three San Francisco Area newspapers have entry-level openings:
  • The North Bay Business Journal, a weekly newspaper that covers San Francisco business news, seeks a reporter/staff writer. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree, multimedia skills and at least one year experience with a community newspaper or two years with a college newspaper. Submit a cover letter and resume to: https://careers.nytco.com under "Search All Openings". Select Weekly Newspaper Reporter- or enter 1001180 in the job opening ID field.
  • The Santa Rosa Press Democrat, an 85,000-circulation daily newspaper about 1 hour north of San Francisco, seeks a part-time news researcher. "Index and archive daily news and photos into archival systems," the job description states. "Provide research using online vendors, Internet, print materials, databases and local contacts. Collect and evaluate effective research tools for news staff. Conduct training sessions for news staff to improve and update search strategies and skills." Submit a cover letter and resume to: https://careers.nytco.com under “Search All Openings”. Select News Researcher - Part time 1001179.
  • The Petaluma Argus Courier, a weekly newspaper located about 45 minutes north of San Francisco, seeks a reporter. The reporter will primarily research and write stories about city government and issues involving business, development, water and transportation. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree and at least one year experience with a community newspaper or two years with a college newspaper. To be considered for this position, submit a cover letter and resume to: https://careers.nytco.com under “Search All Openings”. Select Weekly Newspaper Reporter- or enter 1001177 in the job opening ID field.

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Paid Fall internship @ biz website

BNET, a top 10 business website owned by CBS Interactive, is offering a paid Fall internship in its San Francisco office.

Internship is 10-15 hours per week and runs from September through early December.

Duties include: blogging in BNET's Industries section or in management-oriented Insight section; fact checking original content and contributing original reporting; pitching, reporting, and writing bylined articles; using BNET's content management system to help publish original and licensed articles and podcasts; light copyediting and proofing.

"As critical members of BNET’s small, award-winning editorial team, interns gain hands-on experience in all aspects of producing and publishing content online," the ad states.

Apply online.

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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Entry-level reporters @ Wired magazine

Wired, a 700,000-circulation magazine that covers how technology affects culture, the economy, and politics, is offering extended paid internships.

The full-time positions last 6 months, pay $12 per hour and are based in San Francisco. Openings include:
  • Reporting intern: "This position is best suited to a college graduate with entry-level reporting and writing experience in the field of journalism. Responsibilities include pitching ideas to Start section editors and assisting them with research and special projects. The reporting intern is especially involved in idea generation for recurring Start items such as Q&A, Alpha Geek, Best lists, and so on. There are light administrative duties as well, such as mailing, updating databases, and preparing for section meetings."
  • General Edit intern: "This position is ideal for a recent college graduate with some journalism experience (e.g. previous internship, school paper). Geek-savvy pop culture knowledge is a must. The job involves fielding all of the email, mail, faxes, and phone submissions received by the editorial department. This intern is also charged with mailing issues to authors and helping with stories in the Play section of the magazine. Knowledge of GarageBand and a passion for music is a plus."
  • Gadgets intern: "This position is best suited to a recent college graduate with a strong interest in gadgets, consumer electronics, and technology. Responsibilities include reviewing products for and assisting with the production of our GadgetLab blog. Interns also assist with research for special product packages. This is a great opportunity to get your hands on the latest tech gear before everyone else does. There are light clerical duties as well, such as responding to story and product pitches, and ordering products for review."
  • Research intern: "This position is for someone with great reporting skills and a supreme attention to detail -- ideally a college graduate with prior fact-checking or professional reporting experience. The primary duty is checking the accuracy of magazine content. In this capacity, the research intern works closely with senior editors, copy editors, designers, photo editors, and writers, primarily on the magazine’s Play section, so an affinity for geeky pop culture is a plus. Other responsibilities include Nexis searches and filing copies of magazines."
By May 20, e-mail a cover letter and resume within the body of an email message to internships@wiredmag.com. Do not send attachments; they won't be read. Put your name and which internship you're applying for in the subject line of the email. You may only apply for one position; however, you will be considered for others as the editors deem appropriate. No phone calls.

Location: San Francisco, California

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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Paid internship @ video gaming magazine

GamePro, a 500,000-circulation video gaming magazine, is offering a paid editorial internship. The position is 15 hours per week and based in San Francisco.

"The intern will gain experience in online media by helping us maintain our game database," the ad states. "This person will be tasked with creating and updating our game product pages by writing product descriptions, posting screenshots, programming site indexes, updating product information, and other tasks as necessary. Additionally, there will be opportunities to aid in the creation and publication of online and print articles, including features and more."

Only students currently enrolled in an accredited college or university, pursuing a degree in a related field, are eligible. To apply, e-mail your resume to editjobs@gamepro.com.


Location: San Francisco, California

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Monday, April 20, 2009

Media/PR industry reporter

The Bulldog Reporter, which produces print, online and e-zine publications for the PR and corporate communication industries, seeks a part-time reporter to cover media and PR news.

The reporter will work 20 hours per week, write for a variety of mediums and be based in Oakland, Calif.

"A college degree and one to two years of journalism or related experience required," the ad states. "Online publishing experience a plus. Publisher Infocom Group offers a great working environment, strong benefits and solid compensation."

E-mail cover letter, resume and one representative clip to frankz@bulldogreporter.com. Links to your blog are a plus.

Location: Oakland, California

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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Paid 6-month internship @ SF Business Times

San Francisco Business Times, a weekly newspaper about Bay Area business issues, is seeking a paid editorial intern.

The full-time position begins in August and runs three to six months. Pay is $12 per hour. Interns research, proofread, write stories and handle general administrative duties.

"You will assist a team of 15 reporters, editors and researchers in downtown San Francisco on a publication named one of the five best business weeklies in the nation," the ad states. "We cover real estate, nonprofits, biotechnology, health care, finance, technology, law, sports and green business."

E-mail cover letter, resume, two to three references and three to five writing clips to Senior Editor Emily Fancher at efancher@bizjournals.com.

Location: San Francisco, California

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Paid journalism internships in NY, DC and SF

College students and recent graduates can apply for paid 12-week internships in New York, Washington and San Francisco. Internships provide a $2,000 stipend and are available in the fall and summer.

The Media Consortium, a network of over 40 independent media outlets, including The Nation, Talking Points Memo, The American Prospect, Link TV, Air America and Mother Jones, is sponsoring this new internship program and it will place interns in its members' newsrooms.

"Interns will complete one or more major editorial projects, have weekly duties (including fact-checking, research, writing and media production) and meet with top editors and reporters for mentoring sessions," the announcement states.

Four internships are available for the summer program (May 18-August 14) and another four are available for the fall program (September 14-December 11).

Applicants must have a minimum of 3 years of college or have completed undergrad or grad school within the last year. Applications are being accepted for both semesters; the deadline for the summer program is April 9. Apply online.


Location: New York, New York

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Paid internship @ Berkeley magazine

California, the 100-year-old alumni magazine of U.C.-Berkeley, has an immediate opening for one full-time paid intern.

The intern will be paid $500 per month and have the opportunity to write articles. The internship lasts 3 to 4 months.

"Interns receive instruction and hands-on experience in research, reporting, writing, and editing, in addition to production of a bimonthly magazine that covers critical challenges affecting the state, nation, and world in the fields of science, public policy, and culture," the ad states.

E-mail resume, cover letter and writing samples to anne.pinckard@alumni.berkeley.edu. Put “editorial intern” in the subject line.

Location: Berkeley, California

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Monday, March 16, 2009

Entry-level arts & culture journalism fellowship

Entry-level journalists interested in arts and culture journalism should consider applying for a new paid fellowship. The 8-month part-time positions, which can be done via telecommuting, will give two journalists the chance to write stories for magazines such as Mother Jones, ColorLines and WireTap.

"This part-time fellowship will run from May 15 to December 15, 2009," the ad states. "Each fellow will receive a $10,000 stipend as well as consistent mentorship and editorial support. Fellows are expected to work 2-3 full, workdays each week (about 20 hours), produce at least one monthly feature (written, podcast, video or photo slide show), one interview and four blog posts per month. Fellows will also attend a four-day journalism 'boot camp' (all expenses paid) at the end of May in San Francisco or New York City. This training period will also provide an opportunity to meet the editors, as well as Arts and Culture Advisory Board members representing a broad range of artists."

By May 1, send resume, three references, three work samples and a 500-word statement on why this fellowship would be of value to you to: Attn: Arts and Culture Fellowship, WireTap Magazine, 222 Sutter Street, Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94108. Or e-mail: jobs@wiretapmag.org.

Location: San Francisco, California

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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Paid sports intern @ Bay Area daily

The Marin Independent Journal, a 30,000-circulation daily newspaper located in the Bay Area, is offering a paid part-time internship covering sports. The position is approximately 6 hours per week and pays $9 per hour.

"This position is ideal for a college student looking for a paid internship," the ad states. "At least one night a week is required in the office collecting information for the high school roundup and Marin briefs. This position may also include game coverage and features written away from the office to be filed remotely via e-mail."

Send resume, cover letter and writing samples to Dave Allen at dallen@marinij.com or mail him at Dave Allen, Marin Independent Journal, 150 Alameda del Prado, Novato, CA 94949. D

Location: Novato, California

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Monday, March 2, 2009

Paid summer internship @ CNET

CNETnews.com, a popular website that covers technology and computers, is offering a full-time paid internship this summer.

The 10-12 week internship will be based in San Francisco and paid $15 per hour. It sounds like a great way to gain hands-on multimedia experience.

"The intern will work closely with award-winning reporters and editors to conceive of blogs, feature stories, and other projects and see those works through to completion," the ad states. "In addition, the intern may be asked to take photographs; help write and broadcast scripts for the News.com daily podcast; and appear in video newscasts."

Candidates must be current college students with major or degree in journalism or related field with a GPA of 3.0 or above. To be considered please apply on our careers page: http://college.cnetnetworks.com/viewjob.html?refnode=312411 . Submit a cover letter and resume, along with three to five writing samples.

Location: San Francisco, California

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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Entry-level reporter @ Japanese American paper

The Hokubei Mainichi, Northern California's only daily Japanese American newspaper, is seeking an entry-level reporter.

"This is an exciting opportunity to get hands-on experience, for anyone who aspires to be a journalist, and newly graduated student reporters," the ad states.

The editorial staff will focus on writing articles in Japanese, editing including layout for daily newspaper publications.

To apply, e-mail a resume with cover letter to jeditor@hokubei.com.

Location: San Francisco, California

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Friday, February 13, 2009

Journalism scholarships for Bay Area students

$10,000 in scholarships is available for high school and college students who live in or attend school in the Bay Area. You don’t have to be a journalism or mass communications major, but you must demonstrate serious intent to pursue a journalism career through strong work samples.

"Students are generally selected based on their journalistic ability (as demonstrated by their published work), commitment to journalism, sensitivity to Asian Pacific American issues, financial need and scholastic achievement," according to the Asian American Journalists Association -- San Francisco Chapter, which funds the scholarships.

Apply by March 31. Download an application online. For more info, e-mail Katherine Tam at tam_kath@hotmail.com or Pia Sarkar at piasarkar@gmail.com.

Location: San Francisco, California

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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Paid internships @ AsianWeek

AsianWeek, a 60,000-circulation national newsweekly that focuses on the Asian/Pacific Islander American community, seeks interns for its San Francisco office.

The "Newspaper Workshop" program runs 3 months for 10-15 hours per week and pays a monthly stipend.

Interns' duties include: selecting and digesting news stories for daily publication on AsianWeek.com, writing brief news stories for weekly print publication, writing announcements of events for weekly print publication, maintaining a journal on internship experiences and some administrative tasks.

E-mail resume and one writing sample to jobs@asianweek.com

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Paid photojournalism internships @ San Jose papers

Silicon Valley Community Newspapers, a chain of 11 weekly and biweekly newspapers that provides "fiercely local" coverage to San Jose area neighborhoods, seeks two paid photography interns for the summer of 2009.

The internship runs 16 weeks, from May 18 through September 4, and pays a $1,120 stipend. Mileage will also be reimbursed monthly. Your own digital equipment and transportation are required. Applicants must be available to work some evenings and weekends.

To apply, e-mail Senior Staff Photographer Jacqueline Ramseyer at jramseyer@community-newspapers.com

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Sunday, January 25, 2009

Paid intern @ CBS Interactive

CBS Interactive -- an online content network that includes CBS.com, CBSSports.com, GameSpot, TV.com, CNET.com, etc. -- seeks a paid editorial intern for its Entertainment Division.

The 6-month position is based in San Francisco, six hours per week and pays $10 per hour.

"The position involves assisting the content and editorial team in managing a myriad of online assets such as entertainment-related photos and videos as well as TV show and celebrity information," the ad states. "In addition, the intern will assist in encoding and posting video to the site. The intern will also assist in viral marketing and blogger partnerships. Will help ensure the site is kept up-to-date and current with photo galleries of notable television shows, events and celebrities."

Apply online.

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Friday, January 23, 2009

Paid internship @ California magazine

California, the 100-year-old alumni magazine of U.C.-Berkeley, has an immediate opening for one full-time paid intern.

The intern will be paid $500 per month and have the opportunity to write articles. The internship lasts 3 to 4 months.

"Interns receive instruction and hands-on experience in research, reporting, writing, and editing, in addition to production of a bimonthly magazine that covers critical challenges affecting the state, nation, and world in the fields of science, public policy, and culture," the ad states.

E-mail resume, cover letter and writing samples to californiamag@alumni.berkeley.edu. Put “California editorial intern” in the subject line.

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Thursday, January 8, 2009

Paid 6-month internship @ San Fran biz paper

San Francisco Business Times, a weekly newspaper about Bay Area business issues, is seeking a paid editorial intern who can work at least 30 hours per week for three-to-six months.

Pay is $12 per hour. Interns research, proofread, write stories and handle general administrative duties.

"You will assist a team of 15 reporters, editors and researchers in downtown San Francisco on a publication named one of the five best business weeklies in the nation," the ad states. "We cover real estate, nonprofits, biotechnology, health care, finance, technology, law, sports and green business."

E-mail cover letter, resume and three to five writing clips to Senior Editor Emily Fancher at efancher@bizjournals.com.

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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Paid internship @ Consumer Reports

Consumers Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports magazine, has an immediate need for one paid intern in its San Francisco bureau. The internship is for 24 hours per week for 20 weeks at $16 per hour beginning as soon as possible.

"The work will primarily involve reading and developing the many stories we have gathered from consumers across the nation whose lives have been dramatically affected by the financial crisis," the internship posting states. "The intern will work closely with CU’s Financial Services Campaign Team, and will be called upon to read and verify stories, communicate with consumers, as well as conduct research and write for publication."

To apply, visit https://jobs-consumers.icims.com/jobs/intro and look for “Intern – Financial Services” Job #1884 (West Coast Office).

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Thursday, December 18, 2008

SF daily paper seeks freelancers

The City Star, a daily newspaper in San Francisco with a readership over 20,000, seeks freelance articles on local news and events taking place in the city. To pitch your ideas please e-mail benjamin@thecitystarsf.com. The newspaper pays $50 per published submission.

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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Paid internship to report on SF convention

Several undergraduate and/or graduate students are sought to work as reporters, digital photographers or web specialists for the print and online editions of a daily newspaper at the 2009 national conference of the American Association of School Administrators. The event is February19-21, 2009, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Reporters will be assigned to cover speakers and panels on topics relating to school leadership and K-12 education. Those interested in digital photography will be assigned to shoot multiple events and candid scenes each day. Students with web posting experience will help with the newspaper’s electronic edition.

Interns will receive bylines or credit lines on their work. Each student who completes the 3½ -day internship will also get a $100 honorarium and a complimentary lunch each day. A complimentary dinner will be provided if evening hours are involved.

Candidates interested should send a cover letter describing relevant experiences and interests, contact information for at least two references, a resume and 2-3 published writing and/or photography samples by December 10, 2008, to jgoldman@aasa.org.

Applications also can be mailed to: Jay P. Goldman, Editor, American Association of School Administrators, 801 N. Quincy St., Suite 700, Arlington, Virginia 22203.

For more info, contact Jay at (703) 875-0745 or jgoldman@aasa.org.

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Saturday, November 29, 2008

Paid photojournalism internship in Bay Area

The Palo Alto Weekly, a 37,000 circulation newspaper in the Bay Area, seeks photography interns.

Interns work approximately 20 hours per week and are paid a $600 stipend. Internships last 13 weeks. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Karla Kane at kkane@paweekly.com or call (650) 326-8210 ext. 236.

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Five-month paid internships @ Consumer Reports

Consumers Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports magazine, has an immediate need for three paid interns in its San Francisco bureau. The internship is for 15 hours per week for 20 weeks at $16 per hour beginning as soon as possible.

"The intern will work closely with CU's Financial Services Campaign Team, and will be called upon to read and verify stories, communicate with consumers, as well as conduct research and write for publication," the internship posting states. "Essential to this work is a passion for consumer advocacy, good verbal and written skills, excellent interviewing skills and an ability to work well with others."

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Paid internships @ SF Weekly

SF Weekly, a free alternative 100,000-circulation newspaper in San Francisco, seeks interns for its Night & Day calendar section.

Initial responsibilities include database work, entering arts and culture events for our online listings (with some 250-word bylined pieces), followed by the opportunity to write bylined pieces on arts and culture events that will appear in the paper in the Night & Day section.

Students must be able to receive course credit. Writing assignments that appear in print issues will be paid at the newspaper's freelancer rates.

E-mail a short cover letter, resume, and clips (or a writing sample geared toward what SF Weekly covers) to: Michael Leaverton at Michael.leaverton@sfweekly.com. Or mail your application to: Michael Leaverton, Calendar Editor, SF Weekly, 185 Berry Street, Suite 3800
SF, CA 94107.

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Thursday, November 13, 2008

Agence France-Presse seeks U.S. stringers

Agence France-Presse, a worldwide news wire service, seeks stringers in San Francisco and Hawaii.

"We’re looking for motivated reporters who can work quickly, write cleanly and get to the heart of the story," the ad says. "You have to be a versatile all-rounder who is comfortable covering everything from plane crashes or natural disasters to news features that would be of interest to an international audience."

Send a resume and five clips to West Coast Bureau Chief Rob Woollard at robert.woollard@afp.com.

Agence France-Presse is the world's oldest newswire with journalists in 165 countries. The news service publishes stories worldwide in English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Arabic, Russia, Japanese and Chinese. Its stories and photos reach millions of people every day through tens of thousands of newspaper, radio, and television and magazine clients.

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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Paid internships and jobs @ Mother Jones

Mother Jones, a San Francisco-based progressive publication with a 233,000 circulation, offers year-round paid journalism internships and a one-year internship for recent graduates.
  • Internships run four months and pay up to $850 per month. In addition, interns receive 5 days vacation. Interns blog, write stories, fact check, research, code stories in HTML for the website and do other projects. Internships begin during the first week of February, June, and October.
  • Interns who distinguish themselves are eligible to become fellows. The fellowship requires an additional 4-month commitment, and can be extended to 8 months. Fellows receive a $1,380 per month stipend. Fellows have the same duties as interns but also have more freedom to pursue their own story ideas and work on larger projects.
Applications are due no later than 2 months prior to start date (August 1 for the October cycle).

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Monday, September 29, 2008

SF event: Journalism job and internship fair

San Fransisco State University will host a journalism job and internship fair on Tuesday, Oct. 7, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will be held in Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Student Center. Early registration is only $7 if paid by Oct. 5; on-site registration is $25.

Recruiters scheduled to attend so far:
Alameda Sun, Associated Press, Bay Area News Group - East Bay, East Bay Express, El Reportero, El Tecolote, Independent Arts & Media, KALW 91.7, KRON4, New America Media, San Mateo Daily Journal, The Press Democrat, Wiretap Magazine, KQED-FM, All Voices, CBS 5/KPIX, The Globe Newspapers, Curve Magazine, Tikkun Magazine, WIP Magazine, The Western Edition, OhDANG! Magazine, Sierra Club Magazine, Colorlines Magazine. MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED...

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Sunday, September 14, 2008

San Francisco Examiner seeks reporter

The San Francisco Examiner, a growing 200,000-circulation free daily newspaper, is seeking a general assignment reporter. Applicants should have a four-year college degree and at least three years of daily newspaper reporting experience.

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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Food writer @ San Jose Mercury News

San Jose Mercury News is seeking a food writer to report and writes on events, issues, trends and people in the subject area of food and dining.

"The person possesses a strong journalistic background, deep knowledge of food culture and gastronomy - including diverse culinary customs and cuisines, cooking methods, food safety and production, food politics - and experience writing about food and dining ... In addition to producing articles and short pieces that are well-written, accurate and balanced, the person is able to review restaurants with authority and insight."

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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Fall internship @ SF Bay Guardian

San Francisco Bay Guardian seeks reporting interns for the Fall 2008. The internship is unpaid, but seems like a good opportunity for young journalists to get clips and improve their newsgathering skills.

"The Bay Guardian offers opportunities for its interns to develop reporting skills and to write numerous articles," according to the ad. "We also provide workshops for interns on city politics, research and writing skills, and freelancing. Interns advance at their own pace."

Fall editorial internships begin the first week of September and run through the second week of January. Applications must be postmarked by August 10.

-Mark Grabowski

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Sunday, July 20, 2008

Various reporter openings at Bloomberg