Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Paid internship @ Wisconsin newspaper

The Racine (Wisc.) Journal Times, a 29,000-circulation daily newspaper located on the shore of Lake Michigan, is offering a paid summer internship.

The full-time internship runs 12 weeks and pays $10 per hour. Interns get treated like a regular reporter.

"Our interns do not get coffee, unless they want a cup," the ad states. "You will be working as a newspaper reporter, covering Racine County. You will receive intensive on-the-job training. This is an opportunity for you to learn a lot, accumulate plenty of bylines, work and have fun. "

Ideal applicants will be entering their senior year in college with a minimum g.p.a. of 3.25 and writing experience at a college newspaper or other publication, the ad says. Local knowledge of the Wisconsin/Illinois region is preferred.

Deadline to apply is April 3. T o apply for this job you must do both of the following: 1. Visit journaltimes.com, go to the jobs tab, and click on Journal Times employment application. Find the job and fill out our online forms. 2. Send resume and links to clips or electronic copies of clips to both rgolub@journaltimes.com and bridget.thoreson@journaltimes.com . Put the words "internship application" in the subject line of your e-mail. All applications should include g.p.a. information and links to clips or electronic copies of clips written by you.

Location: Racine, Wisconsin

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