|Date Posted||October 09, 2020|
|Required Education||High School Diploma|
|Salary||Minimum $450/week for 10-12 weeks|
Give your summer internship experience the Dow Jones News Fund boost!
College juniors, seniors and graduate students interested in paid summer internships working in top newsrooms across the country should apply now to the Dow Jones News Fund (DJNF) for a summer experience like no other.
DJNF provides free hands-on, pre-internship training; weekly salaries of at least $450 for a minimum of 10 weeks; $1,500 scholarships; and access to the DJNF alumni network for mentoring and job connections.
Students choose among four programs (and can apply for more than one):
DJNF covers travel, meals and lodging costs for interns to attend the training programs, and transportation to and from the internship. Interns are responsible for their housing and daily commuting costs during the internship. Click here to see a list of potential internship placements.
To apply for a DJNF internship, students must complete an online application, attach supporting documentation and take a timed online test by Nov. 9, 2020.
Students must complete an online application where you will be prompted to create your candidate profile and answer job-specific questions for each program. Applicants must also include: a 500-word essay; a résumé; an unofficial college transcript; and for business reporting internships three to five clips.
Students are required to complete a timed, one-hour test to be considered for internships. DJNF will email applicants a link to the test after the application is submitted. It is strongly recommended that students review previous tests available here.
College juniors, seniors and graduate students who are enrolled in school full-time as of the Nov. 9 deadline are eligible to apply for the college internship programs. This includes December graduates. Former professionals (those who have worked full-time on staff as a journalist for a year or more) in the U.S. or abroad are not eligible. International students already in the U.S. and with a visa are eligible.