The New York Times offers 10-week summer internships to undergraduate and graduate college students who have decided on careers in journalism. Some internships are limited to seniors or graduate students; others also accept juniors. Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.
The salary for all internships is about $1,000 a week. For those who want it, housing in New York is available in the dormitories of New York University at rates ranging from about $320 to $400 per week, depending on type of accommodation. The program will begin on Monday, June 6, with three days of orientation.
The copy editing internship program is coordinated through the Dow Jones News Fund Copy Editing program and is open to juniors and higher.
The digital internship in the newsroom, working with producers and editors on NYTimes.com, is open to juniors and higher.
The Interactive News internship, for those who are familiar with one or two front-end or back-end languages and frameworks, involves working alongside developers, designers, and other journalists of The New York Times to build Web applications for coverage of special projects, as well as breaking news. Juniors and higher are eligible to apply.
The video internship offers the opportunity to work with the award-winning journalists of the Times’s video unit. Juniors and higher are eligible.
Apply for these internships by submitting the form at the bottom of this page.
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