Students passionate about news and storytelling and searching for a career in journalism should consider this mind-blowing Visual Journalism Internship open for applications currently at KQED. This internship is based in San Francisco, CA.
Hired will be paid minimum wage and work approximately 16 hours per week. Through this program, interns will get the chance to show their expertise in a fast-paced news environment along with broadcast and online editors, producers, and reporters.
Here, visual journalism interns will also find an opportunity to shoot, write and edit for a variety of platforms online and on-air and will be prepared to handle daily deadlines, while balancing feature work.
KQED is a not for profit organization that operates television and radio station. It is founded by James Day and Jonathan Rice on June 1, 1953, and its headquarters is based in San Francisco, California.
Hired will work at San Francisco, CA office.
This program is for 6 months and requires a commitment of approximately 16 hours per week.
This is a paid program that will provide interns training, mentorship, valuable experience, and skills while learning and experiencing elements of the broadcast communications industry.
To apply, interested applicants must fulfill these requirements:
- Passionate about news and storytelling.
- Previous video production or photography experience.
- Familiarity with DSLRs and other video production equipment.
- Previous experience editing photos and/or videos. Photoshop, Premiere experiences a plus.
- Familiarity with content management systems, experience with word press a plus.
- Previous journalism experience.
- Strong news sense and ability to generate creative story ideas.
- Ability to multitask and work independently on tight deadlines.
How to Apply:
Apply by filling an online application form that must consist of your current or past resume.
The application for this post will remain open until the slot is filled.