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The Student Press Law Center Internships
Paid internships are available each school semester and during the summer. The positions include traditional news reporting positions and positions in social media and organization-building. The internships pay a living expense stipend. Two or more full-time internships are offered each semester.
This is an exciting opportunity for students majoring in journalism, media, law and other areas to gain hands-on experience and an opportunity to work in our nation's capitol. Interns will have a chance to tour The New York Times Washington bureau, hear arguments at the Supreme Court, and meet with The Washington Post's legal staff.
Interested students may apply online by submitting a completed application, along with a resume, samples of news writings and two professional or academic references. The Student Press Law Center was established in 1974 and is a non-profit legal assistance agency devoted exclusively to educating high school and college journalists about freedom of speech in the news media.
The location is usually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
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