George Mason University, Institute for Humane Studies offers Broadcast Journalism Internships, 2012 USA
Study Subject(s): Researching stories, scheduling guest appearances, going out on shoots, and conducting phone interviews.
Internship Provider: Institute for Humane Studies
Internship can be taken at: USA
Eligibility:-Most accepted applicants have attended an IHS Summer Seminar, either Journalism & a Free Society or another seminar.
-Previous journalism experience is a plus but not required. Skilled writers and communicators passionate about liberty are encouraged to apply.
-A journalism major is not necessary.
-Students from all disciplines, including political science and economics, are eligible.
-The program is open to undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates.
-Due to visa and travel costs, most interns live in the United States.
-Almost all internship hosts require English fluency, written and spoken.
-You must be able to work full-time, for forty hours per week.
-You cannot take classes during the internship.
-You may apply to obtain course credit from your academic institution.
Internship Open for International Students: Yes
Is this paid internship? Yes
Internship Description: Through the IHS Journalism Internship Program, you can work at a broadcast news organization or on a television or radio program of a major media outlet. Internships can involved researching stories, scheduling guest appearances, going out on shoots, and conducting phone interviews. You can use your knowledge of current events, history, and politics to help create programs, and learn how an idea makes it to prime-time
How to Apply: Online
Internship Application Deadline: July 1, 2012 (Fall)