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Advertising and Public Relations International opportunities for juniors and seniors in advertising and public relations.
American Association for the Advancement of Science Paid, ten-week summer internship program in Washington, D.C. for minority undergraduates interested in science writing and a career in journalism.Center for Communication Television, film, radio, music, theater, journalism, advertising, marketing, and publishing seminars and videos offering “how to break into the field” advice.
Dow Jones News Fund Offers annual summer internships in business reporting, news, online, and sports copy editing.Fine Arts Work Center Summer workshops, fall weekend workshops, and seven-month winter fellowships in creative writing in Provincetown, MA.Institute for Humane Studies Summer broadcast journalism and production internships, plus scholarships, grants, and seminars.
The Journalism School Columbia University’s School of Journalism.Multicultural Advertising Intern Program Ten-week paid summer internship in advertising for ALANA undergraduate and graduate students.
National Association of Broadcasters Professional association that includes an index of tv and radio stations and their home pages on the Internet. Also listed is a clearing house of employment opportunities in tv and radio.National Council of La Raza Latino civil rights and advocacy organization lists paid internships in the media/communications industry for minority college freshmen.
“Everything you need to be a better journalist,” including seminars and complete-at-your-own-pace online courses. Also see their online journalism training program News University.Columbia Publishing Course
Six-week publishing course focusing on book, magazine, and electronic publishing. Offered by Columbia University’s School of Journalism.Publishing Institute
University of Denver’s four-week, graduate-level intensive course in book publishing.
TV Jobs: Broadcast Employment Services Internship OpportunitiesWriters Guild of America
The WGA represents writers in the motion picture, broadcast, cable, and new technologies industries. You'll find information about the Guild and its services, programs, and history.