NPR Politics, Washington is inviting applications for a fall legal internship from law students.
About NPR Politics
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About Fall Legal Internship
NPR Politics, Washington is inviting applications for a fall legal internship from law students where you’ll get to spend three months working on the Washington Desk learning the ins and outs of political reporting and the other three months with the Here & Now team learning what it means to work on a daily news operation.
Role and Responsibilities
- Maintain the Washington desk calendar
- Conduct research for editors and reporters
- Fact-check the NPR Politics Podcast
- Build clipboards, log tape, and write digital posts
- Research a wide variety of topics for Here and Now
- Assist in the studio recording
- Book on-air guests for the show
- Produce content for radio and digital platforms
Eligibility for Fall Legal Internship
- Must be a current student in an accredited degree program or a recent graduate of no more than 12 months from the month of the start of the internship.
- Strong research skills
- Demonstrated interest in journalism, and in government, and politics
- Computer literacy
- Good communication and organizational skills
- Ability to learn quickly
- Accuracy is a must.
- A keen intellectual curiosity and creative stripe are highly desired.
- Experience in a newsroom or in audio production (or both)
October 2022-April 2023 [6 Months]
40 hours/week [9 am-6 pm]
How to Apply?
Please find the link at the end of this post.