Riverfront Times Seeks Fall 2015 Interns


Dude, this could totally be you.
  • Dude, this could totally be you.

Looking for an internship that won't suck? We just might have an opportunity for you.

The Riverfront Times is seeking motivated writers and photographers interested in food, news, the arts and/or music to join our team for the fall semester. If you're chosen, you won't be fetching coffee and you won't be organizing our archives. Instead, you'll work closely with our top editors to notch bylines and photo credits. And if you're anything our super-talented summer interns, those clips will appear not just online, but also in our print edition.

You don't need to be a journalism major to apply -- just a good writer who's willing to buttonhole complete strangers and get to the bottom of things. Oh, and you should be a current college student, able to earn course credit for the experience and willing to join us for approximately 15 hours each week at our Delmar Loop office. We'll work with your schedule.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, please send an email to sarah.fenske[at]riverfronttimes.com telling us a bit about your yourself and your interests, along with a resume and three writing samples. We intend to move quickly on hires, so act fast if you're interested.


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