Thomas Morgan Visual Journalism PAID Internships

Thomas Morgan Visual Journalism PAID Internships are available to college juniors or seniors who have had news experience. Internships are awarded in design, graphics and photography.

One intern is chosen in each category. One of the internships will be awarded to a student at the University of Missouri at Columbia to recognize former reporter, editor and manager at The New York Times, Thomas Morgan. Interns will work with art directors in producing pages and processing art and photographs for issues of The New York Times.

Eligible students may apply by submitting their portfolio which should include layouts, dummies and typography. Applications are generally open beginning in late summer. Students are paid weekly for their work and must be able to work in New York City during the term of the internship.

The internship is named after Thomas Morgan who worked at The New York Times as a reporter, editor and manager. He was also past president of the National Association of Black Journalists. He graduated from the University of Missouri where he also received a lifetime achievement award, as well as a lifetime achievement award from the National Association of Black Journalists.

The location is usually in NEW YORK.

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