Journalism students and recent graduates who want to report on natural resources, the environment and community issues can apply for this remote internship.
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 will run mid-July to mid-December.
The organization provides a US$600 bi-weekly stipend for interns and a US$520 weekly stipend for fellows. There is also an additional $125 bi-weekly work-from-home allowance and a one-time signing bonus to help with IT equipment.
Journalists from BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities are encouraged to apply.
The deadline is March 15.