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Posted: September 03 2015
Company Location: Bethesda, MD
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptioneSchool Media (www.eschoolnews.com and www.ecampusnews.com), a publication that covers the intersection of technology and innovation in education, is now accepting applications for editorial internships. Internship positions are open to undergraduates as well as recent graduates with a bachelor’s degree.
eSchool News (K-12 news) and eCampus News (higher-ed news) focus on how technology can help educators improve learning and deliver instruction more effectively, enhance the student experience, and transform schools. Applicants should have experience in reporting and writing news stories.
Interns will gain first-hand knowledge in the News/Media/Publishing industry, including how news and resources are gathered and distributed to audiences, the importance of social media and online resources and how they are used to broaden the audience reach, as well as editorial standards and writing guidelines.
Interns will help the editors compile research, write stories, and produce original content. Interns are expected to keep abreast of the latest trends in education and technology by reading popular trade publications, blogs, and other media outlets.
This is a virtual internship program. Interns will check in regularly with their supervisor via email and by phone. This is an unpaid internship and upon successful completion, interns may use eSchool Media as a reference and can receive a letter of recommendation by request.
Qualifications: Print journalism majors with a 3.0 average and those with experience writing and reporting news (for example, for the campus newspaper) are encouraged to apply. Students must demonstrate working knowledge of AP style and newswriting, and should be highly motivated and come with an interest in learning about education and technology. Writing samples and a written test will be required for this position.
Contact: For more information, please visit www.eschoolnews.com and www.ecampusnews.com. Interested applicants should send a resume to email@example.com. Please include in the subject headline “eSchool Media Internship Application.”