An array of internships exist for students interested in communications. A variety of internships in journalism and publishing exist in small and large publications while additional opportunities are available in television, radio, public relations, etc.
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The New York Times offers internships for undergraduate and graduate students during the summer and throughout the academic year.
The mission of the Dow Jones News Fund is to encourage high school and college students to gain the experience necessary to pursue journalism careers and sponsors workshops and internships to prepare students for future careers in the field.
Each year The Boston Globe offers full-time twelve week summer internship opportunities for all students currently enrolled as an undergraduate student; as well as, opportunities for graduate school students currently studying journalism who have not had any previous professional experience working as a newspaper reporter
4. CBS NewsThe CBS News Internship Program offers college students an opportunity to learn more about the industry if they are interested in pursuing a career in Journalism, Broadcasting or Communication.
The Television Academy Foundation provides college students with an in-depth exposure to professional television production.
Recognized as one of the top internships in the country, The Summer Internship Program for The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation provides many industry-wide internships to college and graduate students from across the country.
The Scripps Howard Foundation Semester in Washington DC focuses on bringing two international students a year to work at the Scripps Howard News Service. This internship opportunity was created to give international students a chance to cover U.S. capital events as well as report and write feature stories for the Scripps Howard Foundation Wire.