Veteran journalist Stephanie Siek spoke to Hunter’s News Literacy classes on Nov. 13 about verification, objectivity and forging a path as a journalist of color in some of the country’s most prestigious newsrooms.
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The American Society of Magazine Editors has opened applications for its 10-week summer magazine internship program for rising college seniors at magazines in New York and Washington. Get the details and apply by the Dec. 1 deadline.
Consumer Reports is looking to hire a rising junior or senior for a paid 2020 summer content intern starting early June. Find out more and how to apply.
City & State, a magazine and online site covering New York politics, is seeking a spring editorial intern. Deadline to apply is Nov. 25. Find out more.
Ad Age is seeking a high-energy editorial intern interested in business journalism with a special focus on marketing, tech and pop-culture. Find out more.
Hunter College Journalism Program Director Sissel McCarthy kicked off an Association of Foreign Correspondents USA inaugural awards and scholarship ceremony at the Roosevelt House on Nov. 4 with a speech about the growing threat to journalism and journalists here and abroad. Here's what she asked listeners to do about it.
Susan Ferriss, a senior reporter at the non-profit investigative news operation Center for Public Integrity, met with a select group of a dozen Hunter College journalism students to share insight from her years within the news business. Get inside tips about her investigative techniques and her advice to aspiring journalists.
The Bloomberg Graphics team is looking for an intern to work with it as part of Bloomberg News’s winter paid internship program.
TV Guide Magazine has a spring 2020 internship available. Find out more and apply.
The Wall Street Journal's Opinion section is seeking a Social Media intern for a 10-week paid summer internship in its New York City office.