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Reuters 2020 Summer Internship

Company Description

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Founded over 165 years ago, Reuters provides society with the news it needs to be free, prosperous and informed. Each day, 2,500 journalists in nearly 200 locations around the globe deliver unparalleled international and national news coverage in 16 languages with speed, impartiality and insight. Reuters stays true to the letter and spirit of the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles, valuing independence, integrity and freedom from bias.

Reuters news is read and seen by billions of people worldwide every day. Our stories reaches more than 750 broadcasters in 115 countries and 1,000 publishing clients, including eight of the world’s top 10 newspapers.

Job Description

Reuters, the world’s largest international multimedia news provider, is looking for aspiring journalists for its 2020 summer internship program. The company welcomes passionate, curious reporters who want to tell stories for a global audience. Its paid internships are hands-on reporting positions covering business, political and general news.

Internships last for 10 weeks and begin in early June 2020. Most are in its New York and Washington bureaus, but opportunities may also exist in Mexico City, Toronto, San Francisco and Chicago.

Applicants must have completed at least two years of university. Competitive candidates will have some prior journalism experience, excellent writing and communication skills, a background in journalism, economics, business, law, accounting or computer science. They have ambitious journalistic goals and a hunger to develop news-wire reporting skills to meet them. These include working on a tightly knit team covering spot news, contributing collaboratively on deadline and pitching enterprising story ideas.

Paid or for credit only



The deadline to apply is around early December.

How to apply

Apply through portal here.

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