About the Internship:
This internship is a real-world experience for students and offers an opportunity to learn the day-to-day workings of a news organization in Hattiesburg, MS. We focus on two platforms of journalism: broadcast and online. Students will be immersed in a competitive, hands-on, multimedia work environment that promises a diverse experience. This is an unpaid internship.
Initially, interns will shadow journalists on their assignments and participate in reporting and production of news. They will learn brainstorming and story boarding to come up with good ideas and find the focus of their stories.
Students will be assigned to various groups in the newsroom. Interns are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and follow newsroom guidelines. Any ethical violation will be grounds for termination of the internship.
At the end of the internship, students will be graded on their professional manner, on the quality of work, on their conduct in the newsroom and while on assignment. A grade will be sent to the office of their respective university offices.
Duration of the internship is dependent on the class requirements set by the student's education institution.
All interns will be working from the station in the Cloverleaf Mall off Highway 49 in Hattiesburg, MS.
This internship is available for students enrolled in a journalism studies graduate/under-graduate program. The applicants must have the approval of their College of Journalism/Mass Communication to enroll.
Students earn college credit for the semester/quarter. Applicants must be enrolled in college and have an interest in journalism. All interns must be enrolled in a course with at least one credit hour and must have a letter on school letterhead, saying they will receive class credit.
Application package should contain:
5912 Hwy. 49 N., Ste. A
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
(601) 545-4480 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org