Journalism students in their junior year based in São Paulo can apply for this position.
The Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji) is seeking a communications intern to join its team.
Some of the intern's responsibilities include creating and posting content to Abraji's social media channels, creating newsletters, supporting events, and more.
This is a hybrid position for a 30-hour work week. The intern will receive a monthly salary along with other benefits.
Candidates should submit the application form and those selected for an interview will take a writing test.
The application deadline is March 8.