The National Journalism Center seeks ambitious journalists and dedicated conservatives for its internship program. NJC provides an opportunity for students and recent graduates to get involved in combating liberal media bias through its press internships. Internships are full-time positions, and in addition to on-the-job experience, interns participate in weekly seminars with prominent journalists and receive training from our experienced academic director.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please complete the application below, and then e-mail, fax or mail the following supplemental materials to njc@yaf.org (email preferred):

**Please note, we are only accepting applications for the Summer 2017 Session.

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • 2-3 writing samples (news clips preferred; 5 page limit per sample)
  • 3 references (no letters of recommendation; please include each reference's name, affiliation, relationship to you, and contact information)
  • An official college transcript is required upon acceptance into the program (NOTE: An intern will not be accepted nor allowed to participate without an official transcript.) 

IMPORTANT: Applications will not be reviewed until ALL supplemental materials are received, and candidates will not be accepted into the program with any outstanding materials.

 

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Which session are you applying for? *

How did you hear about NJC? *

Are you involved with YAF? *
Are you related to anyone involved in YAF? *
Email *
Salutation *
First Name *
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Current Mailing Address *
City *
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Summer Address *
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Which colleges have you attended? Please start with the most recent college attended.

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List any journalism courses you have taken for academic credit. *

List any scholastic honors received in high school.

List any scholastic honors received in college.

List any extracurricular activities or interests of greatest importance to you.

List any journalism experience. *

List any involvement you have had with Young America's Foundation and Young Americans for Freedom (conferences attended, YAF chapter involvement, etc.) *

Which current public policy officials do you admire and why? *

Do you consider yourself well-versed in conservative ideas and the Conservative Movement? *

 

 

What current national issues are most important to you and why? *

 

List your three most recent jobs, including summer jobs and internships.

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Job Description

 

   
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Which media do you read/watch and how often? *
Are you applying for any other internships?
Is yes, which ones?
Would you have any time conflicts with the dates of the session (starting date, leaving early, etc.)?

If yes, please elaborate.

What are you interested in? *

What do you consider the role of a journalist? *

Describe your career interests and what you hope to accomplish through enrollment in the National Journalism Center. *

 

 



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