These internships are added as we receive them in the Journalism Dept. A portion of this list comes from the opportunities highlighted in the Monday Memo. 

If something interests you and the deadline has passed, please check the organization's website for other opportunities, or plan ahead for next year.

  •  Regional Economics Models, Inc. (Remi) in Amherst has an immediate need for a social media assistant intern. This is a paid position and open to any major.

  • The Association to Preserve Cape Cod (APCC) seeks both undergrad and graduate level candidates with skills in environmental studies, conservation, and/or Geographic Information Systems for paid summer internships. For more information, click here.

  • Check out a variety of internships with the City of Boston here.

  • St. Louis Public Radio, 90.7 KWMU,  is offering a diversity fellowship for a budding journalist. This one-year fellowship will grant the opportunity to pursue in-depth on-air and online projects that cover topics associated with diversity, including race, access, immigration, class differences and culture. Applicants do not need journalism or radio experience, but must show an aptitude for writing and telling stories. A bachelor’s degree is required. For more information on how to apply click here or call (314) 516-7353.

  • University Relations publishes the UMass alumni magazine, circulation 190,000, and provides content for the UMass home page. They are seeking an editorial assistant intern who will write stories, copy edit and conduct research. The editorial assistant will also serve as the student “eyes and ears” for University Relations with the expectation that stories ideas will be proposed. Credit will be offered for the internship. The workweek is 10 hours and will accommodate a student schedule. A student who is a strong writer and reporter and has high curiosity about the world will be seriously considered. Please contact Judith Cameron.