Summer Openings: The Houston Press Wants Interns

The Houston Press is now accepting applications for college interns for the summer. Applicants should have a solid grounding in journalism principles, be self-starters with a good command of the English language, and be able to make their deadlines. Interns must commit to a certain amount of time in the Houston Press office for brief weekly meetings with the editor, in addition to their regular reporting and photography duties. In addition to their blog work, interns may see their work published in the print edition of the paper.

Positions are now available in the following areas:

Food Interns
Report and write for our food blog, Eating...Our Words, and our food newsletter. Photography skills a plus. Contact: [email protected]

General Assignments Interns
Report and write for our news blog, Hair Balls. Photography skills a plus. Contact: [email protected]

Music Interns
Report and write for our music blog Rocks Off. Photography skills a plus. Contact: [email protected]

Photo Interns
Get daily experience shooting photos for our dining guide listings and blogs. Contact: [email protected]

Applicants should furnish three to five samples of their work, a resume and a cover letter about why you want this internship. All intern positions are unpaid and must be done for course credit through your university. All interns will work directly with a mentor in their specific areas. No phone calls please.
 

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Richard Connelly
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