The New York Times Summer Internship Program



The New York Times Summer Internship Program and Jobs
The New York Times Summer Internship Program is a 10-week program during the summer and is available to undergraduate and graduate college students who are majoring in journalism. There are a number of internships available, but some are restricted to juniors, seniors, or graduates. Minorities are encouraged to apply and you must be authorized to work in the United States.

Below are a few of the internships available:

The David E. Rosenbaum Reporting Internship in Washington is for seniors and graduates that have daily newspaper experience and focuses on reporting. Financial aid students who desire to eventually work in print journalism in Washington, DC are encouraged to apply.

The Digital Internship is for juniors, seniors, and graduates that have at least one newspaper internship experience and focuses on the digital side of journalism. Students who are somewhat familiar with HTML, Adobe Photoshop, and the New York Times websites and newspaper  are encouraged to apply.

The Dow Jones News Fund (DJNF) Editing Internship is for juniors, seniors, and graduates that have some type of journalism experience. Students who are interested in copy editing and writing headlines  are encouraged to apply. Interns who successfully complete the internship receive a $1,000 DJNF scholarship if they are returning to college.

More programs are available that will expose participants to reporting, graphics, art design, page design, photography, copy editing, digital, multimedia, web development, while working alongside reporters, editors, producers, and software developers. The average pay for each internship is $900 a week.

The location is usually in NEW YORK or WASHINGTON, DC. 

To apply for an internship, visit:
www.nytimes-internship.com

To apply for a job, visit:
www.jobmarket.nytimes.com/pages/jobs/index.html

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