Riverfront Times Seeks Summer Interns

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Could you see your byline in this newspaper? If so, you might want to consider applying for a summer internship.
  • Could you see your byline in this newspaper? If so, you might want to consider applying for a summer internship.

We're looking for a few good interns.

The Riverfront Times is seeking motivated young writers and photographers interested in food, news, the arts and/or music to join our team for a few months this summer. You'll work closely with top editors to notch bylines and photo credits on our website and in our print edition -- no busy work and no boring clerical stuff.

Successful candidates won't necessarily be journalism majors, but you should be able to show us a few writing samples that demonstrate a gift for language and the ability to ask impertinent questions of strangers. We prefer current college students who can earn course credit for their time here, but we'll work with top candidates regardless of their circumstances.

These are part-time positions based out of our office in the Delmar Loop. We'll work with your schedule to develop a ten- to fifteen-hour week that makes sense for you.

If you're interested in being a part of the Riverfront Times this summer, send an email to sarah.fenske [at] riverfronttimes.com telling us about yourself and your interests, along with a résumé and three writing samples.

We hope to start extending offers before the month's end, so please act fast if you're interested.

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