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.
New York Mets Summer Internship Program is available for college students who are rising Juniors, Seniors, and graduate students. The internships run from May to August every summer. Internships run 13 weeks and are full-time, paid positions. Interns make a valuable contribution to the team. Internship areas include Accounting, External Affairs and Community Outreach, Human Resources, Metropolitan Hospitality, Procurement, Project Development, Tickets Sales & Services. Part-time internships are offered in Corporate Partnerships, Marketing & Communications, and Media Relations.
Los Angeles Dodgers Internship is looking for a college student to work for the summer as a Baseball Operations & Research Associate. The associate will be responsible for compiling statistical baseball data. Students applying must have a strong interest in baseball and be familiar with baseball data (Pitch f/x, Hit f/x, Field f/x and Trackman). Computer skills are a must, particularly SQL, Excel, R, STATA, SAS or other statistical software. Attention to detail, programming and database skills are required.
The OWN Internship Program is a 10-week paid and for-credit learning experience at the Oprah Winfrey Network television channel. Internships are for current undergraduate or graduate college students. Applicants must have completed at least their sophomore year in college before applying. They must also have a grade point average of 3.0 or above. All interns must be able to work 15 hours or more per week and receive college credit for the internship. Interns receive hands-on training, challenging project work, and networking opportunities.
Star Wars Internships offer an exciting opportunity for college students to work on a Lucasfilm project, as in George Lucas, creator of Star Wars. Paid internships are available in the U.S. and international. George Lucas is the American filmmaker and entrepreneur who is the creator of Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and the founder of Lucasfilm and Industrial Light & Magic. His company, Lucasfilm, is offering several summer, paid internships. The internships are in the areas of Animation, Visual Effects, Art, Information Technology, Administration, Public Relations, and more.
Cosmopolitan Internships are available to college students in the Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. The internships are unpaid and only open to undergraduate students who are eligible to receive college credit. Students do not need prior experience working for a magazine. Students must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, creativity and enthusiasm, and the ability to work two full days a week during the spring and fall semesters, and four days a week during the summer and winter semesters.
CVS Health has a highly-rated internship program for both undergraduate students as well as MBA and Master's degree students. This is an internship opportunity for college students to participate in a multi-dimensional program at the largest pharmacy in the United States. Summer internships and year-round internships are available. Internship programs include health-related internships for pharmacy, healthcare operations, dietetics and nutrition, nursing, optometry, and nursing students, as well as corporate internships for students interested in the areas of administration, analytics, marketing, finance, information technology, and law.
The United States Marshals Service Internship is offered to college students in their junior or senior year who are majoring in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology, and Political Science. The internship is unpaid. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above and must be full-time students attending a four-year, accredited college or university. Interns will work in any one of the following departments: General Operations, Investigations, Seized Assets, Judicial Security or Management. It is a great opportunity for students to gain experience and learn the functions of the U.S. Marshals Service.
The Next-Gen Scholars program exposes students from historically black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions to the world of business, public policy, government affairs and advocacy through spring internships at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, member companies and trade associations, thereby contributing to the development of the next generation of diverse business leaders. The Spring Next-Gen Scholars Internship Program dates are Monday, January 25 - Friday, April 30 2021. To apply for the Spring Next-Gen Scholars Internship Program, view our current openings and select up to two department preferences. Once you have selected which departments you wish to apply for, send your resume and completed application to email@example.com . In the subject line of your email, indicate the two internship positions that you are applying for. For example: "International Affairs intern and Policy Intern". Applicants are selected on a rolling basis, and interns
The ultimate goal of Graybar’s Internship program is to convert interns into Leadership Trainees upon graduation. Our Internship Program is the first step in our talent pipeline to bring high-potential young talent into the organization. Interns become Leadership Trainees upon full-time hire, and many Leadership Trainees have ascended into management roles within the organization. The Internship and Leadership Trainee programs use cohort models, keeping the groups together over the duration of the programs, building a connection to peers and the organization. Both groups follow a rotational structure to allow for learning Graybar’s business, and the annual Summits provide significant exposure to senior leaders. Along with formal mentoring and coaching, the young talent in these groups is set up for long-term success at Graybar. To be eligible for an internship with Graybar, a student must be: • Enrolled in a four year university, preferably in a Business related discipline with an