Wall Street Journal Internship
Applicants must have some reporting and writing background, such as with their school newspaper. Interns will work with experienced writers and editors and receive hands-on experience writing for the Journal’s opinion pages, including editorial and Leisure & Arts. They will gain experience working on the Journal's U.S., Europe and Asia newspaper editions.
Internships begin in June and last through August and include pay. Students may apply by sending their resume, a cover letter, and work samples. Up to 5 interns are chosen each year by senior members of the WSJ editorial board.
The Wall Street Journal is the largest and one of the oldest newspapers in the U.S. with a circulation of about 2.4 million copies. The newspaper was founded in 1889 and has been printed continuously since its beginning.
The location is usually in NEW YORK.