Journalism and communications students in their junior year can apply for these internship opportunities.
The Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji) has three internship openings. They are seeking an intern for each of these departments: Communications and Journalism; Digital Communications and Community Manager; and Legal projects, violence tracking and advocacy.
Candidates may apply for more than one job opportunity. All the interns will work remotely. The selection process includes a form submission, interviews and a test.
Black, Indigenous and LGBTQIAP+ people are encouraged to apply.
The application deadline is Feb. 25.