The Baltimore Sun Mary J. Corey Journalism Internship
The internship is 10-12 weeks starting from the middle of May through the end of August. In addition to pay and a housing stipend, the intern will work with multiple editors throughout the internship. The student selected should have extensive journalism experience, either as a student journalist, and/or as an intern at a newspaper.
The internship is named after Mary J. Corey who was the first woman to lead the newsroom at The Baltimore Sun. She started her career at The Sun as a college intern. During her career at The Sun, she was a reporter, editor and national correspondent, and in 2010 was named senior vice president and director of content for The Baltimore Sun. Corey passed away in 2013 from breast cancer.
The Baltimore Sun is the largest general-circulation daily newspaper in Maryland and provides coverage of local and regional news, events, issues, people, and industries. The newspaper was founded in 1837.
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