Come work with us! Wisconsin Watch Seeks UW-Madison Reporting Interns for Spring and Summer 2022

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Wisconsin Watch intern Zhen Wang conducts an interview on December 1, 2021 in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Watch is seeking applicants from the UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication for investigative reporting internships for the spring and summer of 2022. Coburn Dukehart / Wisconsin Watch

Wisconsin Watch, the award-winning newsroom at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, is looking for candidates for an investigative journalism internship beginning Tuesday, January 25, 2022 and working 10 to 20 hours per week until the end of the semester. We also have a vacancy for a summer intern who would work full time for 12 weeks between June 1 and August 31, 2022.

The reporting intern (s) will produce investigative articles and may also use additional skills such as photography and data analysis and visualization. This internship can be extended for a full year depending on interest and performance.

Eligibility is limited to undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled at the time of application in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where the independent non-partisan center and at nonprofit has offices. (Graduates from December 2021 can apply.)

The salary for the internship is $ 13 per hour. The part-time schedule is flexible, between 10 and 20 hours per week during the academic year, with the possibility of increasing to full-time in the summer.

*** The deadline to apply is Friday, January 7, 2022 at 5 p.m. ***

Interns can work remotely or in the newsroom on the fifth floor of Vilas Hall, although most Wisconsin Watch employees work primarily from home due to COVID-19 restrictions. Some travel in Wisconsin may be necessary. Laptop is required.

Reporting trainees receive intensive training and experience in interviewing, research and writing. They work with Wisconsin Watch staff and media partners to produce investigative journalism with high impact on government integrity and quality of life issues. In-depth investigative and computer-assisted reporting skills are preferred. Web, audio, video, photography, and additional language skills are desirable.

To apply for a reporting internship, applicants must submit the following in electronic form using this link:

  • CV including professional and journalistic experience
  • Three references including contact details.
  • Links to up to five examples of published or disseminated work.
  • Describe a story you would be interested in pursuing at Wisconsin Watch.

Questions about the press camp can be directed to editor Dee J. Hall at [email protected]

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Come work with us! Wisconsin Watch Seeks UW-Madison Reporting Interns for Spring and Summer 2022

Zhen Wang, Wisconsin Watch reporting intern, conducts an interview on December 1, 2021 in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Watch is seeking applicants from the UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication for investigative reporting internships for the spring and summer of 2022.

Wisconsin Watch, the award-winning newsroom at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, is seeking candidates for an investigative reporting internship beginning Tuesday, January 25, 2022 and working 10 to 20 hours per week until the end of the semester. We also have a vacancy for a summer intern who would work full time for 12 weeks between June 1 and August 31, 2022.

The trainee reporter (s) will produce investigative articles and may also use additional skills. such as photography and data analysis and visualization. This internship can be extended for a full year depending on interest and performance.

Eligibility is limited to undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled at the time of application in the School of Journalism and Mass Journalism at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Communication, where the independent, non-partisan and purpose non-profit has offices. (Graduates from December 2021 can apply.)

The internship remuneration is $ 13 per hour. The part-time schedule is flexible, between 10 and 20 hours per week during the academic year, with the possibility of going full-time in the summer.

*** The deadline for applications is Friday January 7, 2022 at 5 p.m. ***

Interns can work remotely or in the newsroom on the fifth floor of Vilas Hall, although most Wisconsin Watch staff work primarily from home due to COVID-19 restrictions. Some travel in Wisconsin may be necessary. Laptop is required.

Reporting interns receive intensive training and experience in interviewing, research and writing. They work with Wisconsin Watch staff and media partners to produce investigative journalism with high impact on government integrity and quality of life issues. In-depth investigative and computer-assisted reporting skills are preferred. Additional web, audio, video, photography and language skills are desirable.

To apply for a reporting internship, applicants must submit the following in electronic form using this link :

  • CV including work and journalistic experience
  • Three references including contact details. li>
  • Links to five examples of published or disseminated work.
  • Describe a story you would be interested in continuing on Wisconsin Watch.

Questions regarding the briefing can be directed to editor Dee J. Hall at [email protected].

This item first appeared on WisconsinWatch.org and is republished here under a Creative Commons license.

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