February 28, 2012

Paid summer internship @ Harvard's journalism think tank & magazine

Two paid summer journalism internships are available at the Nieman Journalism Lab, which is basically a think tank devoted to the future of journalism that's affiliated with Harvard University. It also publishes a magazine.

Hurry, the deadline to apply is this Friday, March 2.

Internship is 35 hours per week, runs 10-12 weeks, pays $13.75 an hour and is based in Cambridge, Mass. (right next to Boston). There’s no restriction on age or experience, but the internship is ideal for current j-school grad students or recent graduates.

"This isn’t a busy-work internship; we can all get our own coffee, thanks," the internship ad states. "Along with coming up with story ideas and seeing them through, our interns will share in the work we do on social media, like helping run our Twitter account, along with working on whatever other interesting projects we come up with. It’ll be a great experience."

Click here for more details about the internship and instructions on how to apply.

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