November 18, 2013

Internship and Other Opportunities at The International

I am contacting you on behalf of The International, a news website that features articles from a variety of sources on issues of public interest:http://www.theinternational.org.

We are currently looking for reporters at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor. We provide our interns with all the training on how to write for the online environment while maintaining high journalistic standards, a skill that proves invaluable for anyone who may want to break into journalism or write a blog in the future.

A little about us: We are a small, but dedicated team that works toward furthering global understanding of issues through focused investigative journalism. Our team has always been quite young, with most of us in our twenties, but we have established very high standards for ourselves. Our goal is not to shape what people think, but to carefully nourish a more perspicacious approach towards consuming the news. We are an independent company.

If you want to dig deeper into what The International is and offers, you can take a look at our editorial policy here:http://www.theinternational.org/EP.

apply for our internships here:
http://www.theinternational.org/opportunities

Contact:
Jenny Peek
Managing Editor, The International
jenny@theinternational.org

Posted by jmkirsch at 11:32 AM

September 12, 2013

Emigre Memorial German Internship Program

The Émigré Memorial German Internship Program–German State Parliaments (EMGIP) is a fellowship program that provides U.S. and Canadian students with internships at a German state parliament (Landtag). Internships afford students an excellent opportunity to gain government work experience, improve their advanced German language skills, and learn about German culture firsthand.

Deadline: Various (see full program description)

Continue reading about the program

Posted by zkwaiser at 11:54 AM

September 04, 2013

Volunteer Internship Program

The European Division offers at all times of the year a limited number of volunteer internships through which individuals may work with collections relating to European studies. Although these internships carry no stipend, many persons have found them useful in planning a career, or in obtaining the experience necessary to enter an academic, or other, profession.

Deadline: Continuous

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Posted by zkwaiser at 12:42 PM

May 14, 2013

Internships: European Studies Program

The European Studies program, at The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, offers unpaid educational internship opportunities for undergraduate students for the fall, spring and summer semesters. The internship aims to provide valuable experience to successful candidates interested in EU-U.S. relations, as well as functional issues pertaining to various European Union policies.

Continue Reading "Internships with the European Studies Program"

Posted by sarayu at 12:03 PM

May 07, 2013

Internship: Reporter for The International

The International is currently looking for reporters at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor. We provide our interns with all the training on how to write for the online environment while maintaining high journalistic standards, a skill that proves invaluable for anyone who may want to break into journalism or write a blog in the future.

The International, is a news platform that features articles from a variety of sources on issues of public interest: http://www.theinternational.org. We are a small, but dedicated team that works toward furthering global understanding of issues through focused investigative journalism. Our team has always been quite young, with most of us in our twenties, but we have established very high standards for ourselves. Our goal is not to shape what people think, but to carefully nourish a more perspicacious approach towards consuming the news. We are an independent company.

Editorial policy can be found here

Students can apply to internships here. We can only process applications sent through this link.

Posted by sarayu at 01:57 PM