The Wisconsin Journalism Education Association is seeking a remote, paid intern for the 2021-2022 school year. The position will pay $10 an hour for 5-10 hours per week each semester, or up to $500 each semester.
Preference will be given to students who agree to work the entire school year. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply, especially those students who identify with communities underrepresented in journalism.
Internship duties include the following:
Keep organization website updated
Complete social media SWOT analysis and audit and come up with suggestions and play how to grow and track social media presence
Promote organization, webinars, meetings, scholarships, etc. on social media and online
Grow WisJEA contact list of journalism advisers from high schools across the state by reaching out to schools and managing a database
Attend NEWPSA and KEMPA annual conferences to promote and grow organization and network
Create flyers, brochures, etc. as needed
Other occasional duties as determined by WisJEA supervisor
To apply send your resume and a cover letter to WisJEA president Matt Smith at [email protected] by Sept. 24.
Check out this flyer for more details!