During the summer of 2015, the Student Free Press Association, parent organization for The College Fix, will offer paid internships at Washington, D.C.-based media organizations.
Who is eligible?
The internships are open to all college students and recent college graduates.
Where will I work?
SFPA will match its intern with an appropriate host organization. Previous fellows have worked at National Review, Real Clear Politics, Daily Caller, The Hill, Reason Magazine, The Washington Examiner, USA Today and The Weekly Standard. (To learn more about their experiences, go here.)
How long will it last?
The internship will run for about 14 weeks, beginning sometime in the summer of 2015. The specific start and end dates will be determined with the intern and media organization.
What will it pay?
SFPA will provide a stipend of $5,600.
Are there other benefits?
In addition to supplying the internship, SFPA will offer customized career advice and networking opportunities. This will include the assignment of a mentor, drawn from our pool of professional affiliates.
When is the deadline?
Applications must be received by Feb. 15.
How do I apply?
Email a brief resume, cover letter, and links to three writing samples to internships[at]thecollegefix.com, subject line: summer internship.
Any other questions?
Contact The College Fix editorial staff.