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BINJ SEEKS REPORTING, MARKETING INTERNS

Fall internship cohort to start in mid-September, apply today!


The Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism, an award-winning eight-year-old investigative reporting center serving Massachusetts, is pleased to announce that we are opening recruitment for the fall 2023 cohort of our internship program.

We are seeking reporting interns and marketing interns to work for HorizonMass, our new statewide, independent, student-driven news outlet at horizonmass.news.

Reporting interns will produce news articles across a broad array of beats. Candidates with news editing experience will also be considered for an editorial internship. 

Marketing interns will help build our publication’s social media presence and subscriber base.

All interns are supervised directly by BINJ staff. The positions are remote and unpaid. Internships are typically informal, but we also work with interns participating in formal internship programs at their schools. Undergraduate (sophomores and up) and graduate students will be considered plus recent graduates.

Fast weekly intern check-in meetings. Schedule and hours are project-based and very flexible, as are the start and end dates of the internship. Easy to work around other school and work commitments. 

HorizonMass provides students the unique opportunity to team up with peers from several other Bay State colleges while working with experienced journalists to run a growing professional news brand.

Apply by emailing links to your resume and three samples of your work (published articles for reporting intern candidates, relevant projects for marketing intern candidates) to info@binjonline.org

Please share this announcement widely.


This article was produced for HorizonMass, the independent, student-driven, news outlet of the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism, and is syndicated by BINJ’s MassWire news service.


Jason Pramas is executive director of the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism and editor-in-chief of HorizonMass.

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