3 days ago
The DC Spotlight Newspaper is searching for an intern in the role of news writer/reporter to work locally or virtually.
THE INTERNSHIP POSITION
Must be an excellent writer with general knowledge of news and politics locally and nationally.
Must be committed to the entire semester for the internship. Internships are five months in the Spring and Fall and three months during the summer.
This position involves telecommuting and requires a computer.
Send a resume and a cover letter.
This internship will provide experience editing, writing news, reporting news, video recording, interviewing newsmakers and maintaining the website. Possible coverage of the White House.
This is an unpaid position.
Number of positions available
Must have a minimum of a high school diploma and pursuing a college degree.
Must be an excellent writer with MS Word proficiency.
Must be knowledgeable of current news events and follow news coverage.
Must be proficient in using the internet and Google.
Must be available for 15 hour work weeks
This internship is unpaid.
About DC Spotlight Newspaper
Skills you'll need for this internship
Skills you'll learn in this internship
provided by employer
What happens after you send in your application?
DC Spotlight Newspaper is actively interviewing now. We asked DC Spotlight Newspaper what they would do if an applicant does not move forward in the hiring process, and this is what they said: “Only applicants we interview will receive a hire or rejection note.”
DC Spotlight Newspaper also indicates this role is likely to convert to full-time.
Get email updates for the latest (Fall 2023) News Writer/Reporter (Local or virtual) jobs in Washington, DC
Understand more about this internship and other internships like this
That get hired for this type of internship
40 other majors49%
For Washington, DC | $5,379/mo
Learn how to get your resume noticed and nail that interview.
Build a better resume
98% of candidates are eliminated at the initial resume screening.Learn how to be in the 2%
Apply early and often
Apply early and apply often - the first 8 days of a job posting matter most.Tips for the application process
Prepare for the big interview
Do your research and practice your responses to make a lasting impression.How to ace your interview
Employers want to see that you’ve done your homework and are excited about the company.
Other essential interview questions:
More Interview Tips and Tricks