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Posted: April 14 2016
Company Location: Beverly Hills, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 10 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionWeekly publication, Canyon News which is headquartered in Beverly Hills has openings for internships. We cater to all of the hills of Los Angeles. Our sister publication the San Francisco news covers the heart of San Francisco.
We have openings in the following departments: Writing, Editorial, Marketing, Advertising, Administration, Photography and Legal Filings.
Those candidates who are selected will have the opportunity to receive school credit, references and bylines. Writers will be published in print and online in our adjudicated newspaper. Those accepted into the program will have the opportunity to work from their home office or our Beverly Hills office. Program time frames include 15, 26 or 52 weeks.
Interested parties must be available for at least 8 hours per week. More than 98% of our staff have been hired from our internship program. Note: this is not a job, this is an internship for those looking to learn in the field of journalism and to expand their portfolio and resume.
Candidates will support our Declaration of Principles. As a team we promise:
-To provide a community newspaper that tells all the news honestly without any political agenda, slant or spin.
-To allow commentary writers the freedom to express their opinions and views without interruption, censorship, or persuasion.
-To provide members of the community (rich or poor) with the truth and a place to voice their concerns.
-To abstain from printing anything demeaning, calumniatory or potentially harmful to any living being.
-To maintain the highest level of journalistic integrity.
Individuals interested in applying for our program should visit our websites at:
RequirementsClick on STAFF APPLICATION at the top of the page. Complete the Intern Application form and submit to us.
Class Credit, References and a Stipend of up to $1,000 depending on the department and length of time at the completion of your internship.