You looking to get a foot up in the exciting world of photojournalism? With a chance to shoot some of the most compelling events in Houston?
Then you need to apply for a photo internship here at the Houston Press.
We're looking for aggressive self-starters; we'll give you all the support you need, and you'll have a chance to build an impressive portfolio.
Here are the specifics. The key thing is that you'll need to be getting college credit for the gig.
No, it doesn't pay in what the real world so crassly calls "money," but it offers riches beyond compare in terms of experience...and college credit, we guess.
Seriously, it's a good job for someone who wants to learn. Check it out pronto.
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