Monday, March 15, 2010

Entry-level reporter @ Fortune magazine

Fortune, an 850,000-circulation biweekly business magazine, seeks a reporting assistant for 3-6 months. Position is based in New York City.

"This person would function primarily as an entry-level reporter, reporting short items for Fortune's front-of-book section and for Fortune.com and providing reporting assistance to senior writers and editors for longer-term stories and projects," the ad states.

Apply online.

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Saturday, January 2, 2010

Entry-level London news correspondent

Jiji Press, a Japanese international news agency focusing on economic and political news, seeks a London assistant correspondent.

"I would describe this as a good first paid job in journalism, but I have not yet been hit by the flood of aspiring journos' CVs I was expecting," the agency's John Dennen told U.K. journalism job website Fleet Street Blues. "Perhaps they're on holiday."

Deadline to apply is January 10. E-mail resume and cover letter to dennen@jiji.co.uk.

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Friday, October 30, 2009

Entry-level reporters in NYC

Here are a couple journalism jobs in the New York City Area that may be a good fit for young journalists:
  • Herald Community Newspapers, a chain of 15 weekly papers in Long Island, seeks a full-time reporter based in Garden City -- about 30 minutes from Manhattan. E-mail resume to Executive Editor John C. O’Connell at ExecEditor@liherald.com. Include your salary requirements and your best unedited story. Or mail to 2 Endo Blvd., Garden City, NY 11530.
  • TheStreet.com, a popular financial news website based in Manhattan, is seeking entry-level reporters to provide breaking news coverage and enterprise feature writing. E-mail your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to resumes@thestreet.com. Specify “Reporters” in the subject line.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Legal journalism job leads

Interested in law and journalism? Consider these jobs and paid internships:
  • Miami: The Daily Business Review, a business newspaper in South Florida, is looking for a law reporter to cover state court and the business, political, and ethical issues affecting the courts.
  • Minneapolis: Thomson Reuters, an international news service and publisher, is offering a part-time, long-term internship for college students in its Legal Editorial Operations department.
  • New York: The Najdovski Law Firm, a Manhattan law firm specializing in medical malpractice litigation, seeks a part-time college or graduate student to create content for its blogs and website.
  • Raleigh: North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, a weekly legal newspaper in Raleigh, seeks a reporter to summarize appellate court opinions and write news and feature articles.
  • Springfield, Mo.: The News-Leader Media Group, a Springfield, Missouri-based news organization that creates deep local content for a daily newspaper, weekly newspapers, glossy magazines, several Web sites and a mobile site, seeks a courts reporter.
  • St. Louis: Missouri Lawyers Media, a St. Louis-based publisher of daily legal newspapers in five Missouri counties as well as a statewide weekly newspaper, seeks a managing editor to help lead a staff of 16 editors and reporters.
  • Washington, D.C.: Thomas Reuters, an international news service, seeks a writer/editor/analyst to cover business law and securities in its Washington, D.C. office.

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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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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Paid interns @ Dallas Business Journal

The Dallas Business Journal seeks two paid interns who can work about 20 hours per week during the Fall semester.

"Earn money while gaining invaluable experience working +/- 20 hours a week helping generate news across multiple platforms for the Dallas Business Journal (dallas.bizjournals.com and acbj.com)," the ad states.

To apply, e-mail kbumgarner@bizjournals.com.


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Monday, June 15, 2009

Reporter @ Seattle business journal

The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, a daily business newspaper in downtown Seattle, seeks a reporter to cover local transportation and government issues.

"Must have at least two years of deadline news writing experience and be fast, accurate, objective and curious," the ad states. "Includes salary, benefits, and 401k."

Submit resume and clips to Phil Brown, P.O. Box 11050, Seattle, WA 98111. Or e-mail phil.brown@djc.com

Location: Seattle, Washington

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Editorial asst. @ OC biz journal

The Orange County Business Journal, a 23,000-circulation weekly newspaper covering business in the OC, seeks a part-time editorial assistant.

"Ideal for college students or recent graduates who are looking for experience in an established newspaper," the ad states. "It is a task-driven position that requires basic reporting and researching skills. The editorial assistant is responsible for writing weekly features, fact checking and fielding some phone and e-mail inquiries. The hours are flexible, but applicants must be able to work on Thursdays. Knowledge of Orange County and business language is a big plus."

To apply, e-mail cover letter and resume to Managing Editor Julie Leupold at leupold@ocbj.com. No calls.

Location: Irvine, California

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Friday, May 8, 2009

Freelance journalism opportunities

  • The Huffington Post, a liberal news website and one of the most visited websites in the world, is looking for freelance journalists to help delve into the financial crisis/bank bailout. They are accepting investigative story pitches from freelancers, and also looking for writers able to take on assignments in this area. Click here for more info.
  • The Bethlehem Press, a 10,00-circulation weekly newspaper near Allentown, Pa., seeks a freelance reporter to cover municipal meetings. Click here for more info.

Location: United States

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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Paid business journalism internship

InvestmentWires, a news website that covers finance, is offering a paid summer reporting internship. The position is based in New York City and starts May 14.

"Your duties will include: scanning a variety of news sources; identifying and reporting on breaking news; writing original content, including exclusive stories; developing industry sources; and editing colleagues' stories and headlines," the ad states. "Ideal candidates should: have solid typing and writing skills; be comfortable on the telephone; possess (or be on track to completing) a Bachelor's degree; and be ready and willing to learn. "

E-mail your cover letter and resume to jobs@i-wires.com.

Location: New York, New York

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Saturday, April 25, 2009

Political journalism job openings

A couple newspapers are seeking political correspondents. To be competitive for either of these positions, you'll likely need to have some good experience.
  • The Tacoma News Tribune, a 128,000-circulation newspaper located near Seattle, seeks a city government reporter. Click here for more info.
  • NJBIZ, an 18,500-circulation weekly newspaper that covers New Jersey business, seeks a reporter to cover the statehouse in Trenton. Click here to learn more.

Location: United States

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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Paid internship @ The Economist

Young journalists can apply for a paid summer internship at either The Economist or its sister publication, CFO Europe magazine. The 3-month "Marjorie Dean internship" will be based in London.

"This award, financed by the Marjorie Deane Foundation, is designed to provide work experience for a promising journalist or would-be journalist, who will spend three months of the summer at The Economist, writing about economics and finance," the announcement states. "Applicants may also be considered, if they wish, for an internship of similar duration at CFO Europe, a sister publication of The Economist."

It's unclear whether this internship is for Brits only; however, the foundation's website says "Interships are open to all, regardless of age, sex etc."

By April 24, e-mail a cover letter and an original article of no more than 500 words that would be suitable for publication in The Economist to deaneintern@economist.com. Or mail it to the Business Affairs Editor (Deane internship), The Economist, 25 St James’s Street, London, SW1A 1HG.

Location: London, England, United Kingdom

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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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Friday, March 20, 2009

Business writer @ Motley Fool

The Motley Fool, a popular news website about stocks, investing, and personal finance, seeks a writer. The full-time freelance position can be done anywhere, but the writer must reside within the U.S.

"Our Writer/Analysts are responsible for the research and writing of substantial elements of both online and offline Fool content with a particular focus on stock/company analysis," the ad states. "The writer will balance factual analysis with the Foolish mission of education, amusement, and enrichment. Relevant content includes, but is not limited to regular features/columns on Fool.com, online and offline investing newsletters, books, and special features and projects as needed."

Apply online.


Location: Anywhere, Telecommute, United States

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Reporters @ So. Cal. business newspaper

The San Fernando Valley Business Journal, a magazine near Los Angeles that covers local business news, seeks reporters.

"Candidates must be able to demonstrate that they can aggressively work several industry beats and develop multiple story ideas, work independently with a minimum of supervision and be a team player," the ad states.

Job pays up to $38,000 and offers paid vacation, holidays, health, life and dental benefits as well as a 401(k) program.

Apply online.

Location: Woodland Hills, California

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Monday, March 16, 2009

Paid internship @ SmartMoney

SmartMoney, an 824,000-circulation monthly magazine on personal finance, seeks a paid editorial intern.

Internship is based in New York and runs from April to July. Duties include research and fact-checking along with some reporting and writing. Recent grads are encouraged to apply.

E-mail resume and cover letter to: jallen@hearst.com

Location: New York, New York

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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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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Paid intern @ NYC real estate magazine

The Real Deal, a 60,000-circulation real estate news magazine that "provides an inside look at the big players and major deals" in New York City, is offering a paid internship this spring.

"The internship will provide real reporting experience, and will include research and writing," the ad states. "Monthly stipend provided. Hours are flexible, but interns are expected to work three hours a day at least three days per week."

To apply, e-mail resume and clips to Editor Stuart W. Elliott at jobs@therealdeal.com

Location: New York, New York

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Paid 6-month internship @ Shanghai magazine

CHaINA, a 10,000-circulation news magazine that covers China's supply chain and its global impact, is offering a 6-month paid internship in its Shanghai headquarters.

The full-time internship pays $500 per month. "The candidate will have the opportunity to research, write and edit articles, do interviews, cover events, develop story ideas and get involved in all aspects of magazine production," the ad states. "Excellent opportunities will be provided for meeting and networking with a wide range of senior executives providing exposure to many companies and industries."

To apply, e-mail resume and clips to Russel Beron at rberon@supplychain.cn. Applicants must be native English speakers.


Location: Shanghai, China

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Saturday, February 14, 2009

Dubai correspondent for business magazine

Middle East Economic Digest, a magazine that covers business an economic issues in the Mideast, seeks a Dubai correspondent. The reporter will travel around the region frequently and write stories for both the weekly magazine and its website.

"Prior experience of reporting on the Middle East and North Africa would be a distinct advantage, as would knowledge of Arabic," the ad states. "Applicants should be able to demonstrate a record of breaking exclusive news stories for a business publication."

To apply, e-mail a resume and cover letter to the deputy editor Dominic Dudley at dominic.dudley@meed.com.

Location: Dubai, UAE

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Saturday, February 7, 2009

Reporter @ Charlotte newspaper

The Mecklenburg Times, a twice-weekly newspaper that covers law and business in the Charlotte Area, seeks a reporter.

"Must be experienced in developing a beat, cultivating sources, breaking news, finding stories and crafting clean, readable copy," the ad states.

To apply, mail letter, resume and clips to Amy Burroughs, The Mecklenburg Times, 1611 E. 7th St., Charlotte NC 28204.

Charlotte, North Carolina

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Friday, February 6, 2009

Paid intern @ Crain's Detroit Business

Crain's Detroit Business, a publication that covers Detroit business and has a readership of 150,000, seeks a paid intern.

The advertisement doesn't seem to indicate hours or when the internship begins and ends. The intern's duties include: research, writing, reporting and other tasks.

"We’re looking for a Web-savvy people person who can juggle multiple deadlines," the ad states. "Experience writing colorful feature stories is also preferred. Graphic design and Web development experience is a plus."

Apply online.

Detroit, Michigan

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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Openings @ Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, a 192,000-circulation daily newspaper, has multiple openings:
Applicants should have at least three years experience. By February 20, send work samples and resume to: Mark Gruetze, Administrative Editor, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 503 Martindale St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212. Or e-Mail: mgruetze@tribweb.com.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Sunday, February 1, 2009

Paid internships overseas @ Bloomberg

Bloomberg, a news service known for strong financial reporting, seeks summer interns for its bureaus in London and Frankfurt. These paid positions begin June 22.

"Interns will gain hands-on experience reporting and writing for the print/ news wire department of the world's largest real-time financial news service," the ad states. "Successful applicants will produce breaking news stories under deadline pressure. Responsibilities may also include monitoring other media and writing spot features."

Deadline to apply is February 6. Along with your resume and cover letter, please submit three published samples of your work to support your application. Applicants must be fluent in English. If applying for the Frankfurt internship, you must also be fluent in German.

Apply online by clicking on the links above.

Frankfurt, Germany

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Paid internships @ legal & business newsletters

Progressive Business Publications, publisher of dozens of newsletters and books related to business or law, offers paid summer editorial internships.

Positions are based in the Philadelphia suburb of Malvern, Pa., and pay $12 per hour. Editorial interns will write headlines, news shorts, advice columns and more.

Apply online.

Malvern, Pennsylvania

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Friday, January 30, 2009

Entry-level reporter @ Investor's Business Daily

Investor's Business Daily, a 230,000-circulation daily newspaper that covers business, offers an Editorial Apprenticeship Program for beginning journalists.

The position is based in Los Angeles, pays $865 per week and lasts 6 months. The apprenticeship is open to college graduates who have been out of school for no longer than six months, or seniors who will graduate before the apprenticeship starts.

If hired, you will monitor all the breaking business and economic news and write a concise, comprehensive news summary by deadline each day, the ad states. You also will write business features and trend stories, probably three or four a month. Over the six months, you will develop business news judgment. You’ll learn how to analyze the stock market and quickly decipher company financials.

Applications are accepted year round and two apprentices are hired each year. One begins on July 1, and one on January 1. The deadline to apply for the July 1 start date is April 2. The deadline for the January 1 start date is October 1.

Submit your resume, cover letter, three professional references and at least six clips (note: absolutely no links to clips will be accepted). Send materials to: Tiffany Routon- Human Resources, Investor’s Business Daily, 12655 Beatrice Street, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Or e-mail tiffany.routon@investors.com.

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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Reporter @ Money magazine

Money, a 2 million-circulation monthly magazine that covers personal finance topics, seeks a general assignment reporter.

You'll be based in New York and expected to report in print, online and on air. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree and at least one-to-two years of business journalism experience.

"The successful candidate will assist editors in front-end research and reporting, finding and developing stories, fact-checking and writing," the ad states. "Outstanding research skills, a broad range of interests and the ability to call upon independent, original thinking for a variety of categories are required. We seek employees who are detail-oriented, highly resourceful and willing to learn, and who have a demonstrated ability to handle high-volume work under tight deadlines."

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Monday, January 19, 2009

6-month paid internships @ BusinessWeek

BusinessWeek, a 1 million-circulation business magazine, is offering 6-month paid internships for recent graduates.

The positions are based in New York and begins in June. Interns will be paid $15 per hour (or $600 per week) and receive overtime after 40 hours.

To apply, e-mail Finance Editor Adrienne Carter at adrienne_carter[at]businessweek.com.

Application deadline is February 16.

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Friday, January 16, 2009

News agency seeks Brazil correspondent

Thomson Reuters, an international news service, seeks a business reporter to cover Brazil's economy.

The full-time reporter will be based in Sao Paulo and report on financial and economic news, commodities, energy, politics and general news. Occasionally s/he will work on evenings and weekends. Knowledge of Portuguese or Spanish preferred.

Apply online.

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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Paid internship @ Utah Business magazine

Utah Business, a monthly statewide business magazine based in the Salt Lake City Area, seeks a paid editorial intern for the spring semester.

Intern will work 15-20 hours per week and be paid $8 per hour. Duties include writing at least one article for the magazine each month, writing two 500-word news stories each week, participating in editorial and art meetings, scheduling photo shoots, compiling charts/graphs, and other duties as assigned.

E-mail cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Managing Editor Sarah Ryther-Francom at sarah@utahbusiness.com.

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Friday, January 9, 2009

Paid internships @ Allentown Morning Call

The Allentown Morning Call, a 120,000-circulation daily newspaper between Philly and New York, offers internships year-round, some of which are paid full-time positions.

Applications for a paid summer internship in the Sports Department are due by January 31. Sports interns travel to and cover sporting events and write stories on deadline about them. They also write features stories.

Paid news reporting internships are available. While the deadline is listed as "ongoing," if you're interested in a summer internship you should apply ASAP.

Additionally full- and part-time internships are available for the Opinion page, Business desk, Art department and Entertainment section.

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Thursday, January 8, 2009

Freelancers @ Oregon Business magazine

Oregon Business, a Portland-based monthly magazine about Oregon business issues, seeks paid freelancers to write in-depth stories across a broad range of business topics related to Oregon.

"If you are skilled in analysis, profile writing, news features or compelling storytelling and have great story ideas, we’d like to hear from you," the ad states. Pay is "market-rate, per word."

E-mail at least three writing samples (links or documents), resume and a cover letter to editor@oregonbusiness.com.

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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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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Apply by Friday for George Polk Awards

This Friday, January 9, is the deadline to postmark applications for the George Polk Awards.

The prestigious journalism awards are issued annually by Long Island University in Brooklyn. There is no entry fee and all types of journalists -- print, radio, TV, Internet and photojournalists -- are eligible. Journalists do not have to be U.S. citizens and the media outlet does not have to be American, but all entries must be in English

The awards were established in 1949 to memorialize George Polk, a CBS correspondent slain covering the Greek civil war the previous year. They are awarded in various categories, which change annually and may include: Foreign Reporting, Radio Reporting, Photojournalism, Economics Reporting, Business Reporting, Labor Reporting, Investigative Reporting, Political Reporting, Sports Reporting, Legal Reporting, National Reporting, Online Reporting, Magazine Reporting, State Reporting, Education Reporting, Local Reporting and Television Reporting.

To apply, click here.

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Monday, January 5, 2009

Finance reporters @ TheStreet.com

MainStreet.com, the personal finance site of TheStreet.com, is seeking full-time staff writers with 2+ years of experience covering personal finance topics. The position is based in New York City.

"MainStreet.com is where life and money intersect on the Web, so we require writers who can provide personal finance advice in the context of life stages and situations with a flair that will appeal to our audience of sophisticated, well-educated readers," the ad states. "We are a multimedia team, so our staff not only writes the stories but stars in the related videos as well."

E-mail resume and clips (focused on personal finance) to resumes@thestreet.com with "Staff Writer" in the subject line.

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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Paid summer internships @ The American Lawyer

The American Lawyer, a monthly 20,000-circulation law magazine, offers a summer internship for graduate and undergraduate students interested in business and legal journalism. The position is based in New York City, runs 10-12 weeks and pays $400 per week.

"Our interns receive a thorough introduction to daily Web and monthly magazine journalism, participating in all phases of the publishing process, both print and online," the editor states. "Interns will research and write stories for our industry-leading publications and Web sites. They will also fact-check the work of staff reporters."

The application deadline is February 28. Send resume, cover letter, and clips to: Alison Frankel, Deputy Editor, The American Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271. Or e-mail Alison.frankel@incisivemedia.com.

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Saturday, December 27, 2008

Freelancers @ San Fernando biz paper

The San Fernando Valley Business Journal seeks freelance reporters to cover local business news in the bi-weekly newspaper’s circulation area that includes the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, Antelope, Conejo and Simi valleys.

Story assignments will include both breaking news and feature stories. Compensation depends on difficulty of assignment. E-mail resume and cover letter to j.schaff@sfvbj.com.

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Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Paid internships @ BusinessWeek

BusinessWeek, a 1 million-circulation business magazine, is offering full-time paid internships this summer in its New York office.

The 12-week positions pay up to $15 per hour along with overtime ($600 per 40 hour work week). They are open to college and graduate students. Editorial internships are available in several departments, including: Lifestyle, Technology, Business Schools, International, Innovation, Small Business, Investing/Finance and News.

E-mail cover letter, resume, two references, and three bylined clips or writing samples to:
Adrienne Carter, Finance Editor at BusinessWeek, adrienne_carter@businessweek.com.

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Sunday, December 21, 2008

Paid internship @ Portfolio magazine

Portfolio, a 400,000 monthly business magazine, seeks an editorial intern for its website for the Spring semester. The paid position is based in New York City.

The intern will write news stories and blog posts, conceive and research interactive pieces, and contribute to the daily production of the website. Applicants must be currently enrolled and have the ability to receive school credit for the internship. The position pays a daily stipend covering food and travel.

E-mail cover letter, resume and 2-3 clips to Laura Rich at laura_rich@condenast.com. No calls.

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Monday, October 13, 2008

Hawaii newspaper seeks reporter

The Kauai Garden Island News, a newspaper that covers Hawaii's island of Kauai, seeks a business reporter to write articles and take photographs. The full-time position includes a great benefits package.

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Thursday, October 9, 2008

CBS Interactive seeks business ethics blogger

BNET, a business management-oriented news website owned by CBS Interactive with some 12 million page views monthly, is seeking a paid blogger to cover business ethics. Telecommuting is OK.

The ad says: "We’re looking for someone with some knowledge of, and abiding interest in, the business ethics field, who can take what’s going on in the news and boil events down into workable principles and / or practical advice that a manager can actually use, who can write short, compelling copy, and who is able to come at the topic with distinctive take and voice. Think 'The Ethicist' but strictly management. "

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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Listen online: $700B bailout discussion for journalists

Columbia University's Journalism School today at 11 a.m. will host a free, live online discussion explaining the $700-billion bailout and implications for the economy and the election.

Adjunct professor Cheryl Strauss-Einhorn will moderate the discussion with David Leonhardt, "Economics Scene" columnist for the New York Times, and Christopher Mayer, professor of real estate and senior vice dean at the Columbia Business School.

Listen live at this link or by dialing (646) 915-9583.

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Monday, October 6, 2008

100 paid summer journalism internships available

The Dow Jones Newspaper Fund offers 100 paid summer internships in business reporting, news, online and sports copy editing at newspapers across the country.

Each intern receives free pre-internship training seminars on college campuses and weekly salaries starting at $350 for a minimum of 10 weeks. Interns who return to college full-time the following fall will receive $1,000 scholarships from the Fund.

The program is open to college sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students. The application deadline is November 1.

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Friday, September 19, 2008

Freelance writers wanted for SmartCEO magazine

SmartCEO, a magazine for business owners in the Washington, D.C./Baltimore area, seeks freelance writers to "illuminate the strategies and personalities behind some of the region’s most influential companies through in-depth reporting and captivating storytelling." Writers must be willing to travel for story interviews in the D.C./Baltimore area.

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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Paid internship at San Diego business paper

San Diego Business Journal is seeking a college student for a paid internship that involves research and writing weekly real estate reports plus People in the News features. The intern will work 8 to 12 hours per week and receive a modest hourly pay based on experience.

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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Business journalism scholarships

The Donald W. Reynolds Center for Business Journalism provides a lengthy list of scholarship and fellowship opportunities for students, young journalists and veteran reporters interested in business journalism.

-Mark Grabowski

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Saturday, August 9, 2008

Paid fall internship @ NY biz paper

Crain's New York Business seeks a paid intern this fall for reporting and researching. The weekly tabloid newspaper focuses on New York-area business news for upper-level executives and entrepreneurs.

-Mark Grabowski

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Sunday, June 1, 2008

Find business journalism jobs

Looking for a journalism job covering business? The American Society of Business Publication Editors has a job bank that contains exclusive listings that are regularly updated. I've added the link to CubReporters.org's journalism jobs page.

-Mark Grabowski

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