The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle is offering an unpaid journalism internship for college students who like to write and are curious about news reporting.
Interns work directly with the editor of the Milwaukee-based Chronicle, Rob Golub, who is the former editor of The Journal Times, Racine County’s daily newspaper. Golub has won four Milwaukee Press Club awards over the last two years and his former interns have gone on to work at Facebook, BuzzFeed and newspapers around the nation.
Interns gain writing and reporting experience as they report on the events and people of interest to the Jewish Community in Milwaukee. Work up to ten hours per week at Milwaukee Jewish Federation offices and also remotely.
To apply, send in a resume, GPA, and link to writing samples or attachments to RobG@MilwaukeeJewish.org.
Deadline to apply is Apr. 1 for either summer or fall.