Please apply at the following link: https://yaf.org/form-2023-njc/
Important: This is an in-person internship.
The National Journalism Center’s 12-week spring program combines on-the-job training and once-weekly seminars led by prominent journalists, public policy experts, and NJC faculty.
NJC students are placed at print, broadcast, or online media outlets around the greater Washington, D.C., area, according to the student’s interests and experience. Potential work placements include the Hill, C-SPAN, the Washington Examiner, and more. Program attendees spend on average 35 to 40 hours per week at their respective work placements, gaining practical, firsthand reporting experience.
NJC students also attend an all-day seminar one day per week, sharpening their writing and reporting skills and acquiring a better understanding of media, politics, and public policy.
NJC students are provided a $1,500 tax-free monthly stipend, and there is no fee to apply or participate. Since 1977, the National Journalism Center has trained aspiring journalists in principled and responsible reporting.