College graduates who want to become journalists can apply for this traineeship.
The South China Morning Post, a Hong Kong-based English-language news organization, is seeking promising young journalists for its graduate trainee program.
The yearlong program starts with eight to 10 weeks of intensive training on all aspects of journalism, followed by a rotation to the major desks for the remainder of the training year.
Trainees earn professional salaries and are closely mentored during a first year designed to fast-track their development. Upon successful completion of the program, trainees will move to permanent reporting jobs on their assigned desks.
The deadline is Feb. 1.
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