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    Finding an Internship

    Where should you begin? Looking for an internship can be a complex process.  The CIC is fortunate to have partnerships with organizations all over the country, including local exclusive internship partners. We are here to help you get hired! 

    Recommended Resources

    Competitive Internships/Scholarships


    • The Dow Jones News Fund internship placement program that has placed students at the Wall Street Journal, BuzzFeed News, The Associated Press, NPR and more. 
    • The New York Times Institute is an intensive 2-week training program where students can build their skills and exposure in the field of journalism. NO COST to attend! Room, board and transportation are all covered!
    • The New York Times Newsroom Fellowship is a very competitive, year-long internship intended for recent graduates, that incorporates speakers, feedback and training opportunities.
    • The Chips Quinn Scholars for Diversity in Journalism provides training, mentoring and paid internships to college juniors, seniors, recent graduates and graduate students.


    CIC Partner Internships

    The organizations listed below are exclusive partners of the College of Information and Communications and have taken a particular interest in hiring students in our majors. Please note: sending an application does NOT  guarantee selection. Top candidates will be notified if they are selected for an interview.

    Fall, Spring and Summer: 

    Summer only:

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