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The Internship program is offered in two sessions per year. Interns work with our Archive, Democracy Now! en Español, Education, Outreach & Development and Social Media departments.
Early career journalists interested in opportunities with our Production department should apply for our Fellowship Program.
2021 Session dates TBD.
Applicants must have completed a high school diploma, GED or equivalent and must have a valid US work authorization.
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