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KPCC Online News Internship
Online News Internship is an opportunity for a college journalism major to gain valuable experience in a newsroom environment. This is an unpaid position for experience and college credit only.
Interns will cover stories for KPCC.org, the Southern California Public Radio web site. They will work 6 hours per day for 2-3 days a week. Summer internships run June-September, fall internships run September-January, and spring internships are from January to May.
Applicants must be journalism majors with excellent writing, editing, research & communication skills. In addition, they must have experience with social media and know current news in Los Angeles. Knowledge of public radio and prior experience in a newsroom is an added bonus.
Interns will be responsible for covering news stories and shows a well as assisting reporters and producers. Internships last from 3 to 9 months. This position is for students who like working in a fast-paced environment and juggling several projects at once. Completing projects within tight deadlines are part of expectations for internship performance.
American Public Media is a non-profit organization and the nation's largest owner and operator of public radio stations and distributor of public radio programming.
The location is usually in CALIFORNIA.
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