Weekly Internship Listing

1. footballrants.com – Sports Journalist Internship

The owner of footballrants.com, Tarif Rahman, is looking for talented writers interested in sports journalism and anyone interested in soccer. If interested send your application to editor@foolballrants.com answering the following:

1 – Describe your background in soccer, whether you played or watched.
2 – What would you write about if you were accepted as one of our writers?
3 – What teams/leagues do you follow?
4 – Please include a sample of your writing. This may either be something original or something you wrote for another project. You may include this as an attachment, a link, or just simply paste it within the email.

2. The Beginner – Business Journalist

Description:

We are looking for students in journalism who want to gain real experience and see their articles and stories published.

The Beginner (www.thebeginner.eu), an award-winning business magazine, gives you the chance to become a journalist and start building you career.

If you are interested in one or more of the topics we cover, please get in touch with us.

Experience:

No experience is required.

How To Apply:

Just send us your motivation letter at: jobs@thebeginner.eu

Duration: 6 months

Salary: Depending on performance

Deadline: Feb 19, 2014

Email: jobs@thebeginner.eu

3. International Center for Journalists – The Arthur F. Burns Fellowship: Funded Reporting for Two-Months in Germany

American print and broadcast journalists have until March 1, 2014, to apply for a two-month professional exchange program in Germany. Successful applicants will spend August and September living, working and reporting for their home and host news organizations from across the Atlantic.

The Arthur F. Burns Fellowships is a competitive program open to media professionals between the ages of 21 and 37 who are employed by a newspaper, news magazine, broadcast station, news agency or who work freelance and/or online. Participant qualifications also include a demonstrated journalistic talent and a strong interest in European affairs. Foreign language proficiency is an important consideration in the selection process.

Ten U.S. journalists are each granted a $4,000 living stipend while they are abroad, with an additional $1,200 for domestic airfare to Washington and international airfare to Germany. The program also covers lodging in Washington, D.C. for a joint one-week group orientation session in July. Selected Fellows not fluent in German will spend the first two weeks of the Fellowship in intensive German language classes. Expenses will be covered and details will be made available after fellows have been selected.

To Apply: visit www.icfj.org/burns or contact burns@icfj.org.

4. Bipartisan Policy Center – Summer 2014 Bipartisan Policy Center Internship

Interns will assist individual projects and departments in several capacities and should be enthusiastic about working on a variety of tasks. Candidates must be team players and express an interest in one of the BPC’s various policy projects or functional areas:

• Communications

• Democracy Project

• Development

• Economic Policy Project

• Energy Project

• Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative

• Foreign Policy Project

• Government Relations

• Health Project

• Homeland Security Project

• Housing Commission

• Immigration Task Force

Summer Deadline: March 1st

Submit via email to bpcinternships@bipartisanpolicy.org.

Required materials:
1. Cover Letter – please indicate your top two areas of interest from BPC’s project and functional areas listed above.
2. Resume
3. Writing Sample of approximately 3 pages
4. College or University Transcript (unofficial is acceptable)
5. Please provide phone and email contact information for 1-2 references, including a professor or other individual familiar with your work.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.

5.GM Authority – Junior Author

Description:

Become A GM Authority Intern

Do you have a passion for cars, the automotive industry, General Motors, or all three? Do you like to research various topics and to write about them? Do you want to be a published author of a popular and highly-respected automotive online publication?

If you answered “yes” to any (or all) of these questions, then you’ve come to the right place, because GM Authority — the leading destination for GM enthusiasts — is looking for interns looking to become professional writers.

Read more: http://gmauthority.com/blog/careers/intern/

Experience:

Internships often serve as the beginning to long, successful, and rewarding careers — and it’s how many GM Authority staff writers began their full- or part-time positions. Some adjectives that could be used to describe GM Authority interns include:

Tip-top grammar
Reliable
Timely
Self-motivated
Creative
Passionate about cars
Passionate about writing

You don’t have to be a perfect writer (who is?) to intern here. But it’s vital that you have the basic skills (like grammar and timeliness) under control.

How To Apply: email webmail@gmauthority.com

Tell us about you, why you want to intern here, and include a writing sample of your choosing of roughly 500 words.

Additional Details:

Location State Salary Duration Schedule Deadline
US Any $5-$10   per article 4-400   months Unknown Feb.   23, 2014

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