SUMMER INTERNS – DOW JONES NEWSPAPER FUND Digital, News Editing, Sports Editing, Business Reporting
SUMMER INTERNS – DOW JONES NEWSPAPER FUND
Digital, News Editing, Sports Editing, Business Reporting
Dow Jones Test Deadline: Oct. 31
This program is for juniors, seniors and graduate students. Each program provides free pre-internship seminars and weekly salaries for at least 10 weeks. Students are assigned to media based on academic performance, DJNF scores and news outlet requests. Interns who return to college full-time receive $1,000 scholarships.
In the Digital Program, through a 2013 partnership, students who worked as editors for Patch.com were trained at Western Kentucky University. The Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University trained digital interns working for other media.
In the News Editing Program, those selected to work at newspapers, websites and other media attended the Centers for Editing Excellence at Temple University, the University of Missouri, Penn State University and the University of Texas.
Sports Editing Program interns work on sports desks and are trained at the University of Nebraska.
– Complete a web-based application at https://www.newsfund.org
– Click on the “Programs” tab, then on “College Internships.”
– Register as an “Intern Applicant” to complete the application form.
Students may apply for all three programs — digital, sports editing and news editing — and should mark their preferences in order. The business reporting application is separate. Business Reporting Program interns work for various media and attend a one-week seminar at New York University before reporting to their jobs.
To qualify you must take a one-hour Dow Jones test no later than Oct. 31 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Arrange a day and time with Sophie Barnes in the Journalism Building, Room 233, or call 706-542-4668 or email email@example.com.
Practice tests are available at http:EditTeach.org, a web site for copy editing professors, students and professional copy editors.