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Online application for the AIM AJC internship program.
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Please include three references at the end of your resume.
The American Journalism Center (AJC) is offering a limited number of $2,500 scholarships to qualified students. If you wish to apply for a scholarship, please submit a writing sample of 1,000 words on the following topic:
The journalists’ code of ethics states that members of the profession should use standards of accuracy, fairness and objectivity to guide their work product. Describe how well you think the mainstream press fulfilled that mandate during the 2012 presidential election campaign. Give examples.
Spring: January—April (Deadline: December 15)
Summer: May—August (Deadline: April 1)
Fall: September—December (Deadline: August 1)
Our internship session dates are flexible. Indicate the dates you are available. (example: May 23 to August 20)
Where did you first hear about the American Journalism Center (AJC)?
Why do you want to intern at the AJC?
Do you have video production or broadcast journalism experience? List any video-editing programs you are familiar with.
What are your top three sources for news? How often do you check them?
Who is your favorite journalist or syndicated columnist and why?
In your opinion, which journalists and news networks are the most biased, and why?
If part-time, hours per week
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