The American Journalism Center (AJC) offers internships in print journalism, broadcast journalism, public relations, and marketing to conservative college students. All of our internships are flexible with regard to length of time and number of hours worked per week, which allows students to take classes while completing their internships. While these positions do require some experience in their respective fields, we welcome applications from students in any academic field who feel they may benefit from interning with AIM.
To apply, please e-mail, fax, or send a cover letter, resumé, writing sample, and application form to the American Journalism Center. If you have any questions, contact Nathan.Makla@aim.org or (202) 364-4401 x110.
Applications are processed on a rolling basis, so early applications are always preferable.
Message from the AJC Class of 2008: VIDEO
Top 9 Reasons to Intern at the AJC (according to past interns)
9. Cover interesting events
8. Live and work in Washington, D.C.
7. Relaxed work environment
6. Smart, friendly, funny co-workers
5. A challenging experience
4. Develop your portfolio
3. No getting coffee
2. Be a valued member of the staff – not a lowly intern
1. Great preparation for “the real world”
The American Journalism Center is an intense internship training program for aspiring journalists and students seeking careers in the public relations and/or marketing fields. Most of our interns will work in the offices of Accuracy In Media and Accuracy In Academia for the duration of their internship.