Journalism interns for ULife.comBookmark This
Los Angeles, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 5 Part-time, Unpaid
DescriptionJoin the movement!
ULife.com is calling for current journalism/communications majors or recent graduates to be contributing interns for our site! ULife is the university lifestyle; a community dedicated to improving the experience while at college. ULife was designed to become the voice of the collective college student body, so if you have something to say, we want to hear from you!
As a contributor, you write what you want, how you want. No red tape, no egg shells to walk on, just pure creativity and expression. Interns are asked to devote 20 hours a week in our office and remotely. The 20 hours will be used to research, edit and write 5 stories a week.
As a contributor, you can also earn course credit while writing about the things you care about most and helping to influence social change in the college community.
There is no fixed pay at this time. ULife will cover any costs associated with the work we ask you to do, if needed. There are possibilities for bonuses and incentives (cash, travel, gifts, ft employment opportunity, etc.)
ResponsibilitiesAs a journalism intern, you are asked to work at least 20 hours a week remotely, so there is no need to relocate if it's easier to stay where you are. Interns in the Los Angeles area will also have an opportunity to work from our offices this summer. The 20 hours can be used to research, write and edit the 5 stories you are required to do each week. It is ideal for you to generate more stories than that, but 5 stories is the minimum. This is about a story a day.
The topics of these stories are yours to choose, based on your personal preferences and strengths. We only ask that the stories pertain to a college audience. This means that the stories do not have to be directly related to school, but would be interesting to you and your peers. However, coverage of college related news and events is in high demand.
RequirementsCurrent journalism/communications majors or recent graduate
Journalistic writing experience preferred but not required