Every spring, summer and fall, the Student Free Press Association, the nonprofit that publishes The College Fix, offers paid journalism fellowships at some of the most prestigious publications in Washington D.C.
Since our founding in 2010, our nonprofit has sponsored more than 115 fellowships.
Today a majority of our alumni can be found enjoying successful media careers at outlets including Fox News, National Review, The Arizona Republic, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times, Washington Free Beacon, Yahoo News, National Catholic Register, Washington Examiner, The Dispatch, Sinclair Broadcast Group and The Hill — among many others.
During the spring of 2024, the Student Free Press Association will offer paid internships at Washington, D.C.-based media organizations, and the deadline to apply is Nov. 1.
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. (To learn more about their experiences, go here.)
How long will it last?
The internship will run for about 14 weeks, beginning sometime in Jan/Feb. 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 $8,200.
Are there other benefits?
In addition to supplying the internship, the Student Free Press Association will offer customized career advice and networking opportunities.
When is the deadline?
Applications must be received by Nov. 1, 2023.
How do I apply?
Email a brief resume, cover letter, and links to three writing samples to internships [at] thecollegefix.com, subject line: fall 2024 internship.
Any other questions?
Contact The College Fix editorial staff.