Journalism Internships

Jmore Intern | Posted May 1, 2018

Jmore, a new media company that covers the life and times of the Jewish community of the Baltimore metropolitan area, is looking for a few good interns. Are you a team player? Do you want to hone your skills as a writer and reporter? Do you want to be part of a fast-paced, start-up media team? Jmore interns are involved in the day-to-day operation, whether it be for the monthly, high-end, lifestyle magazine, its dynamic, up-to-the-minute website or its vibrant social media platforms. You'll be involved in all aspects of community journalism, including pitching ideas for stories, writing news and features articles, fashion shoots, helping out with office responsibilities, and working directly with editors, writers and designers to publish Baltimore's premier Jewish media vehicle.

WHAT: Editorial, Marketing and PR experience

WHERE: Baltimore, Md. (remote candidates considered)

WHEN: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall semesters

So what makes the ideal intern?

  • College student who is eligible for internship credits (though that is not a requirement)
  • Organized, self-motivated, hard-working, adaptable and friendly
  • Majors (or is interested in): Communications, English, Journalism, Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media, Design

To apply: Send your resume, cover letter and 3-5 writing samples to  Alan Feiler at

T. Howard Foundation Internship Program | Posted September 12, 2017

The T. Howard foundation is back to recruit Towson students for its internship program! Last year the foundation hosted an info session which over 50 TU students attended. Ultimately, eight students were selected for their internship program (a large percentage of their final talent pool!). The T. Howard Foundation’s mission is to promote diversity in the media and entertainment industries by increasing the number of diverse and underrepresented groups and underserved communities working in the industry. They do this by placing college students from these underrepresented groups into internships with some of the leading employers in the industry: HBO, BET, Comcast, NBC/Universal, Discovery Communications, ESPN, Facebook, Showtime, Viacom, and many more!

This year’s info session will be held from noon – 1 p.m. in Van Bokkelen 204 on Wednesday, Sept 20th. The event is for students in all majors interested in working in the media & entertainment industries (not just those in the communications and media majors). There will be a limited amount of first-come, first-served pizza as well.

Maryland State Bar Association Communications Internship | Posted August 30, 2017

The Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA) is a voluntary, non-profit membership organization comprised of approximately 24,000 attorneys and judges across the state of Maryland.

Our Communications Internship opportunities are based out of our Baltimore headquarters location, but interns will extensively cover events in the field, which may require travel to other Maryland counties. These internships provide an opportunity to experience a journalist’s role and to be part of a communications team working both in print and online. Interns work closely with the Communications Intern Supervisor to cover Association events, conduct interviews, write articles, and take and process photographs and video. Interns can expect to have their work published in print and online on a regular basis. Each intern is expected to handle on average two (2) assignments per week, to be identified and delegated by the Communications Intern Supervisor. Total estimated time, per candidate, would be 10-15 hours per week for a period of one (1) semester (approximately 12 weeks). This estimate is based on planning/consultation with Supervisor, associated travel, time onsite, and editing/processing. There will be an option, if mutually agreed upon by both the intern and MSBA, to extend this duration for an overall period of up to 12 months.

Internships are paid. There is a weekly expectation of 10-15 hours per week, but schedules are flexible and will vary. This is an excellent opportunity for a communications/journalism student seeking to build their portfolio.

You will need to provide a resume and cover letter which outlines your goals for an internship.

  • Qualifications: Journalism, Communications or Media Major in a Bachelor's Degree Program, Reliable transportation
  • Hours Per Week: 10-15, Flexible
  • Wage/Salary: $12.50/hour


Candidates should:

  • Be an upper level college student majoring in Marketing, Communications/Journalism or Public Relations
  • Be professional, have initiative, take direction well, be able to meet deadlines and work well on their own
  • Be skilled in writing, photojournalism, videography
  • Interns must possess a valid driver's license and reliable transportation. Interns will be expected to cover field events, and are responsible for their own transportation to and from.

 To apply:

Email cover letter and resume to

Baltimore County Department of Aging Communication Internship | Posted March 27, 2017

Baltimore County Department of Aging (BCDA) has an opportunity for an intern to write articles for BCDA’s newspaper, Senior Digest, a subscriber-based newspaper published by the BCDA.
We are interested in a student who would have the ability to write stories based on research, information provided as well as on-site interviews.  They would need to have transportation when expected to interview someone off premises.  This position is suited for a junior or senior as well as a student who is responsible and understands deadlines and project management. Students can begin at any time. Applicants should send a resume and several writing samples to:
Debbie Orlove, MA
Community Business Liaison
Baltimore County Dept of Aging
Office of Communications
611 Central Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21204
Phone: 410.887.2012

The Sports Quotient, Position Openings | Posted January 4, 2017


With a 59,000-follower Twitter account and partnerships with FOX, USA Today, and MSN, SQ is a fast-growing digital-sports media startup (everything's done online). It provides a massive platform for nearly 200 talented, young sports writers and staff from over 70 universities to deliver their smart, in-depth sports analysis with hundreds of thousands of monthly readers, in order to raise their SQ.

Joining SQ requires only a handful of hours a week from your home/dorm (we'll work around your schedule), you'll receive personalized feedback, and our best members have gone on to work for top sports (and non-sports) organizations, like ESPN, the Knicks, Jets, Clippers, Madison Square Garden, Google, Johnson & Johnson, and Facebook, to name a few.


Columnists: Write one in-depth, analytical article a week within your favorite sport (topics up to you)

Reporters: Cover major headlines and breaking news across the sports world

Viral Media Writers: Cover must-see content with light, comical commentary

Editors: Review and edit weekly content for grammar and content quality

Other Available Positions: Statisticians, Marketing Associates, Graphic Designers, and Sports Trivia Quiz Writers


Interested in applying or learning more? Contact with the top 2-3 positions you're most interested in, and we'll get the ball rolling.



Girls' Life Magazine Intern | Posted December 13, 2016

Are you an awesome writer? Stylista extraordinaire? Expert Instagrammer? We want you to join the Girls’ Life magazine intern team! We're on the lookout for smart, creative students who love all things magazines and media and want to get first-hand experience working for a national publication. GL interns don't just fetch coffee and make copies—our fabulous team of ladies (and the occasional lad!) help out on fashion shoots, pitch articles for print and online and work directly with our editors to publish the incredible content our readers love.

WHAT: Editorial, fashion, marketing and PR experience

WHERE: Baltimore, MD (remote candidates considered)

WHEN: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall semesters

So what makes the ideal intern?

  • College student who is eligible for internship credit (though that is not a requirement
  • Organized, self-motivated, adaptable and friendly
  • Loves all things GL (fashion, beauty, celebs, DIYs and real-life issues)
  • Majors or is interested in: communications, english, journalism, marketing, public relations, social media, design

To apply: Send your resume, cover letter and 1 to 2 writing samples to Sydney Adamson at

Dance Journalism Internship | Posted October 26, 2016

Beginning in the Spring of 2017, Baltimore Independent Dance Artists (BIDA) will engage with four journalism students and emerging dance critics to be paired with four separate professional dance artists/companies for the duration of the spring 2017 BIDA Season (January-End of May 2017). The interns will engage with their respective artist partners through open rehearsals, performances, interviews and research.

This opportunity is open to Dance Majors/Minors, Journalism, English or Communication Majors and Minors.

Dance Journalism Internship Objectives:

  • To engage writers and aspiring journalists with an interest in dance writing with professional dance artists/companies over time in order to enhance the journalistic skills of the writers, and the development of a dance artist or company.
  • To provide thoughtful and informed dance writing about professional Baltimore area dance artists and companies in order to strengthen the discourse about dance in our region.

Dance Journalism Internship Program Description:

Journalism interns will be required to produce the following written documents, which will be published through online channels including the BIDA website and blog. Each intern will be paired with an BIDA Season artist or company in order to develop the following:

  • 500 word artist/company or BIDA overview
  • 1,000 word overview of a current creative work that the artist partner is developing
  • 500 word Preview of a work to be presented by the artist partner during the season
  • 500 word Review of a public performance presented of an artist (other than the partner artist) during the BIDA season Interns will receive a complimentary press ticket to the shows they are reviewing.

Dance Journalism Internship Program Impact:

This program directly addresses an identified need for the development of informed and articulate dance writers in the Baltimore area dance community. 

For information on submitting an internship application, e-mail

Jefferson Communications Editorial Internship | Posted March 23, 2016

Jefferson Communications is seeking an editorial intern to work with the content department of Chesapeake Family to research, write, create, enhance and/or update content for our monthly print magazine, website, social media channels and other digital media platforms. This could include articles, briefs, round-ups of local information, photo slideshows, quizzes and video. Work with an award-winning team to gain hands-on experience in the rapidly changing digital publishing industry. This is an unpaid internship for course credit. Intern responsibilities may include:

  • Researching ideas for articles and supplementary multimedia content
  • Posting and updating articles, photos and videos on the website
  • Fact-checking information
  • Writing briefs for print and online, with the possibility of longer writing assignments
  • Taking and organizing photos and/or video

Desired qualifications:

  • Strong writing and organizational skills
  • A sharp eye for detail
  • Keenly aware of the need for accuracy
  • Familiarity with website content management and popular social media sites
  • Prefer news, feature or consumer writing experience
  • Comfortable engaging and interviewing sources
  • Knowledge of AP style preferred
  • An interest in learning about the rapidly changing digital publishing industry
  • Passionate about learning, curious about the world

Location: 121 Cathedral Street, 3rd Floor Annapolis, Md. 21401

About the company: we are a full-service, integrated media group that publishes a monthly magazine, annual guides, e-newsletters, website and social media content.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume and relevant work samples to: Crickett Gibbons

Jefferson Communications Multimedia Internship | Posted March 23, 2016

Jefferson Communications is seeking a multimedia intern to work with the editorial department of Chesapeake Family to create and organize photos, video and text to enhance our storytelling and audience engagement. Content may include short videos, slideshows, articles, quizzes and other content packages for the website, social media, other digital platforms and print. Interns work with an award-winning team to gain hands-on knowledge of and experience in the digital publishing industry. This is an unpaid internship for course credit. Flexible scheduling available. Responsibilities may include:

  • Planning and creating videos and other multimedia content

  • Recording and conducting on-camera interviews

  • Taking photos and organizing current and future photo assets

  • Writing content, uploading and optimizing content for search

  • Finding new methods of creating interactive and multimedia content that will improve our online presence

  • Contributing to social media posting and e-newsletter development

Desired qualifications:

  • Strong writing, photography and/or video skills

  • Organized and detail-oriented

  • Ability to manage multiple projects

  • Some experience with website CMS and digital media apps preferred

  • Comfortable interviewing sources

  • Comfortable trying and learning new digital platforms

  • Interested in the evolving media business and/or online information

Location: 121 Cathedral St., 3rd Floor Annapolis, Md. 21401 

About the company: we are an integrated media group based in Annapolis that publishes Chesapeake Family monthly magazine, annual guides, e-newsletters, a website and social media content. 

If interested, e-mail cover letter, resume and relevant samples to: Crickett Gibbons