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Treasure Coast Newspapers
1939 S. Federal Hwy.
Posted: November 25 2014
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DescriptionTreasure Coast Newspapers’ (TCN) paid internship program is a significant way for interns to sample their career choice while attending school and gaining hands-on multimedia experience. For the winter of 2014/2015 semester we will be hiring one reporting intern. The program gives students real-world news reporting experience and provides a unique insight into newsroom operations. This includes learning alongside newsroom management, multimedia journalists, photographers, copy editors and assignment desk editors in areas including but not limited to news, sports, investigative and web.
RequirementsThe following is a list of criteria to qualify for an internship at Treasure Coast Newspapers:
-Must be enrolled in an accredited internship program at an accredited college or university.
-Accredited internship program should focus in journalism, communications or other related field of study.
-Registered as a Junior or above and in good standing.
-Receive college/university course credit for participating in this program. The amount of course credit to be earned is determined and must be verified by the college/university prior to starting the assignment. To receive course credit, students must comply with all school requirements as well as all TCN requirements. Grade point average and leadership experience are also an important part of the total assessment of student applicants. Interns must successfully complete the pre-employment screenings before the internship placement is officially confirmed. Interns are expected to work an average of 40 hours per week during spring semester. The days and times are based on student availability and departmental needs. Interns will have a supervisor that is responsible for coordinating the on-site internship experience, from goal setting to final evaluation.
The following skills are required to be considered for the internship:
-ability to communicate clearly and concisely both in person and on the phone
-completed at least one journalism writing
-good organization skills
-must be up to date on current events (actively reading newspapers, watching newscasts and utilizing sources).
To apply for this position go to http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html and search for requisition #8501.