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Offered by Dow Jones News Fund
The Dow Jones News Fund Business Reporting Internship Program is the perfect opportunity for college sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students looking to enhance their reporting skills. Before their internship begins, selected recipients will spend a week learning from business journalists and drilling down on finance, investing, labor issues, and mergers and acquisitions. Then, they will go work for respected outlets like The Wall Street Journal, American City Business Journals, Arizent, Barron’s, and more where they will tell the stories of young entrepreneurs, small businesses, big corporations, labor unions, tech startups, and more.
To be considered, you must complete an online application, attach supporting documentation, and take a timed, online test. You’ll also need to submit 3-5 clips of stories you’ve written or links to digital content you’ve produced. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to gain valuable business reporting experience!
Dow Jones News Fund's mission is to promote careers in journalism in the digital age. They have a vision of creating robust news media staffed by well-trained, innovative journalists who reflect the diversity of America and are dedicated to a strong, free, and fair press.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
College Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors & Grad Students
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