Basic Journalism

Basic Journalism


The Boston Globe offers summer internship [US]

Students enrolled in an undergraduate program or who will be graduating in May or June 2016 may apply, as well as journalism graduate school students who have not had professional journalism experience.

St. Louis Public Radio's Kelsey Proud offers tips for engaging niche audiences

During a recent NPR editorial training webinar, engagement editor Kelsey Proud outlined seven questions all journalists should ask themselves to involve their target audience.

Sam Berkhead | September 16, 2015

Pulliam newspaper fellowships available [US]

College juniors, seniors and graduate students focusing on journalism can apply for a paid internship for the summer of 2016 at The Indianapolis Star or The Arizona Republic.

Courses for reporting on science, statistics available [Worldwide]

U.K.’s Royal Statistical Society offers two free online courses for journalists.

Military reporting workshop open [Brazil]

Journalism students can participate in this free training in São Paulo.

The Washington Post offers paid internships [US]

Journalism students who had at least one professional news media job or internship can apply for a summer internship program.

Journalists turned authors eligible for book award [US]

Practicing journalists who authored a book can be nominated for the Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism, a US$15,000 award.

The New York Times accepting internship applications [US]

College seniors and graduate students can apply for various internship programs at the newspaper to take place next summer.

PUC-SP hosts free workshop for journalists [Brazil]

College professor Pollyana Ferrari and journalist Leandro Beguoci will focus on journalism and digital entrepreneurship.

Q&A with Marta Monteiro: The role of illustrations in international news

The Portuguese illustrator explains the challenges of illustrating for news and how the medium of drawing can offer readers a richer understanding of what’s happening in the world.

Julie Schwietert Collazo | September 02, 2015