News - Intern
Summer 2020 Reporting, Producing and Photo/Video Fellowships
This fellowship program gives select college students from across the country an opportunity to work in The Courier Journal newsroom for 12 weeks as a reporter, producer or photographer/videographer during the summer months. We provide one-on-one coaching, mentoring, interactive seminars, as well as professional experience working for a multimedia company. The fellowship is viewed as a top learning opportunity in the media industry, and some of the country’s top journalists are among its graduates. Come join us!
Fellows will work with breaking news, features and enterprise content teams to learn and sharpen basic and advanced journalism skills, handling reporting, writing, editing, online production, research, database and investigative work and visual journalism.
Fellows will learn forms of alternative storytelling in a 24/7 deadline-driven newsroom.
Fellows will work independently and collaboratively across teams to provide perspectives and insights for newsroom and companywide projects identified by senior leadership as part of strategic growth initiatives. Critical thinking and analytical skills will be encouraged and sharpened.
Fellows will participate in daily news meetings, where they’ll learn about how news developments take shape.
Degree-seeking student currently enrolled at a college or university. Students must have completed one year of college. Preference given to more advanced students. Those who have completed undergraduate work also are accepted.
Well-organized, detail-oriented, adaptable and flexible
Excellent communication skills
Technical skills required for some visual journalism team jobs, such as video shooting and editing. Videographer interns should demonstrate strong knowledge of digital media conversion and compression for web-based output. Requires excellent PC and Macintosh skills. Candidates should be well versed in Final Cut Pro and video compression with Sorenson. Expertise in web video delivery, including live streaming, is a plus.
Send current resume and submit a typewritten letter, not to exceed 500 words. Tell why you want to be an intern, your ambitions and interests, and any experience in journalism. Include your multimedia skills. Access to published writing clips, photos and videos, and video footage is required as part of the application assessment for all newsroom internship roles.
- Job Family Intern
- Job Function General Administration
- Pay Type Hourly
- Louisville, KY, USA