We're launching a brand new Convergent Journalism Internship Program for the 2017-18 academic year. We're looking for exceptional students from every Gwinnett County high school to be a part of this inaugural class and help us create a one-of-a kind, live-learning lab.
As an intern, you'll learn from us and from your peers, and we fully expect to learn even more from you. We're looking for your voice and creativity. You'll report on news and topics that interest students using the tools and technology that you communicate with every day.
You'll act as the managing editor of a web page devoted to your school. You'll contribute and post content, and learn what it means to manage a publication across multiple platforms.
This is perfect for you if you're interested in journalism, writing, photography, digital communications or publishing. (Or if you just think it sounds fun.) You'll also gain some integrated marketing and social media experience, too.
What's in it for you?
- Your stories will be published on Gwinnett Magazine's sites and shared on our social media pages.
- The program meets requirements for Gwinnett County Public Schools Quest Internship Program and the Work-Based Learning Program.
- You'll gain experience writing, editing and posting digital content and photos.
- You'll hone your social media skills which are probably pretty good already.
- You'll work remotely most of the time at your convenience, and when we do meet as a group, we'll have food.
- You'll work with Gwinnett Magazine's awesome staff.
- You'll meet other interns at meetings and events.
- We plan to have some swag for you!