Great Summer Opportunity for Journalism/Reporter Apprenticeship in Los Angeles
Posted By: Janet Jackson on April 15, 2015 |
The Black Journalists Association in Southern California is offering apprenticeships to
college students this summer.
The Black Journalists Association of
Southern California is offering two eight-week
apprenticeships to college students interested
in getting experience this summer in reporting,
writing and social media marketing.
Apprentices will work 12-15 hours a week
for eight weeks and will be paid a modest
stipend to cover incidentals (such as travel).
Apprentices should be prepared to aggregate
content and report on public affairs issues
for BJASC’s website, as well as promote
that content and other content on
our social media platforms.
Apprentices also will have an opportunity to
shadow reporters, photographers and editors
at the Los Angeles Wave newspaper to
get a practical understanding of
Interested parties should send a resume, 3-5 writing samples and a
short cover letter to Xavier Higgs at email@example.com.
Applications must be received by May 29, 2015. For more information,
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