Technology Internship - Dow Jones/Wall Street JournalBookmark This
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DescriptionWhat is Dow Jones & Company?
Dow Jones & Company, founded in 1882, publishes the world's most vital business and financial news and information. Company operations are divided into three industry segments: print publishing, electronic publishing and community newspapers. Technology internships are offered in the following areas: The Wall Street Journal, the largest newspaper in the U.S. with a daily circulation of about 1.8 million; Dow Jones Newswires, which delivers a spectrum of real-time business and financial news
Who should apply to the Dow Jones Technology Intern Program?
We’re looking for the best and the brightest. Challenge seekers who enjoy working on the latest technologies in a highly collaborative, team environment. If this sounds like you then you may be a candidate for a Dow Jones Technology Internship. Candidates should be undergraduate students studying computer science and engineering. The challenges we provide are: technical support, project management, programming, networking, data engineering and Information Security.
To be considered for an internship, students must be undergraduates entering their junior or senior year, majoring in computer science, engineering or a related field and they must have maintained an overall GPA of 3.0 or better.
What is the term of the internship?
Interns' first day will be on or about June 3rd and will run 10-12 weeks.
What is the selection process?
Candidate applications will be reviewed and finalists will be selected. Personal interviews with finalists will be conducted at Dow Jones & Company's office in our Princeton NJ or New York offices. Interns will be selected from the group of finalists based upon the written information, personal interviews, related coursework, prior internships, and work experience.
Where is this internship located?
This internship will be based in our Princeton NJ or New York office.
ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities will be delegated based on student's skills and interests as well as the companies current needs
2. Cover Letter
3. Please include a 400 word essay telling us, “What makes you stand out from the pack?”
4. Upload a video OR 4 slide PowerPoint explaining, “How will technology be disruptive within the news and information industry?” (If your video is too large please include a link to YouTube, Vimeo or something similar)