Journalism students and recent graduates who want to report on natural resources, the environment and community issues can apply for this program in Paonia, Colorado.
High Country News is a nonprofit news publication that focuses on issues facing the western United States. Every year, the magazine offers four to six internship positions. The next session runs from mid-January to mid-June.
The organization provides free housing and a US$220 weekly stipend for interns, and free housing and a US$375 weekly stipend for fellows. To help defray moving costs, an additional US$500 travel stipend is available upon successful completion of the internship.
For all positions, a bachelor's degree or equivalent and some prior journalism experience and/or education are preferred. Photographic experience and familiarity with audio and visual programs such as Final Cut Pro and Flash, as well as radio or video experience are all pluses.
The deadline is Nov. 1.
For more information on how to apply, click here.