USA Today Internships
Many different internship positions are available to students. They include copy writing positions, online editing and photo processing, sports, health, science and education, entertainment, technology and more. Interns will work with experienced reporters and editors in a major media production company.
Interns will be able to add valuable experience to their resume. Whether it's writing and editing, researching story lines, covering news with reporters and editor, or producing their own byline stores, interns will gain professional experience that will help them gain insight into their career field.
To apply, students must send a cover letter, resume and work samples. Full-time interns work 30-40 hours per week for an internship that can last from 10 weeks to 12 months. Part-time internships are 12 weeks long; interns work 10 hours per week. Students applying must be able to commit to the internship work requirements.
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