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Wall Street Journal Student Program Seeks Applicants

For recent and upcoming graduates, the Wall Street Journal is now accepting applications for its WSJ Associates program. Through this program, associates will rotate through various departments and gain exposure to the core areas of the WSJ newsroom. These include audience engagement, editing, reporting, social media and other news essentials. 

The program will last 24 months and associates will gain experience through classroom-based and on-the-job training. They will also spend six months reporting in a regional US news bureau. Accommodation will be included. Associates will receive a salary of $36 an hour. 

To be considered for this program students must submit their application by April 19, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. Application materials include: a resume, cover letter, three examples of published work and answers to two questions within the application. Everything must be submitted in one PDF. 

You can find the application and further application instructions at Wall Street Journal Jobs.

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