About the Internship
News interns will be brought into the middle of the news gathering at NHPR. They will take part in our editorial meetings, learn the various types of reporting we do, and learn how to produce a news story. As part of their day-to-day work with NHPR, they will learn what makes a good story, how to tell a story, and what works and doesn't work in radio production. They will be expected to pick up journalistic ethics and best practices.
In addition to radio journalism, interns will also work with the News Department as we present our news in the digital realm. They will work with reporters to present our work on the web, either through social networking or on our website. This is a part time volunteer/unpaid position.
New Hampshire Public Radio is an award-winning media company that delivers news, information, analysis, arts, and entertainment programming to 177,000 listeners across the state and region. We are located in Concord, New Hampshire.
The successful candidate will have:
- Excellent writing skills
- Strong interest in news and public policy
- Ability to work independently and efficiently
- Interest in public media
- Strong attention to detail
- Initiative and intellectual curiosity
Please apply through the job opportunities page of our website, NHPR.org, or through this link: https://nhpr.applicantpro.com/jobs/
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Scholarships: NHAB offers scholarships each year for students who are permanent residents of New Hampshire and plan to, or are, enrolled at an accredited institution of higher learning. The NHAB Broadcaster Scholarship Program awards $2,500 scholarships to students pursuing a career in over-the-air broadcasting. In addition, a $5,000 is awarded in honor of the former President of the NHAB, Al Sprague. Click here for information.
Virtual Job Fairs: NHAB also conducts quarterly online job fairs to match job applicants with stations seeking to hire. Click here for more information.
Careers Page: The National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations maintains a helpful Careers Page. Click here for more information.
NAB Education Foundation: The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation is dedicated to reinforcing the future of broadcasting through a commitment to education and to advancing excellence in the diversity and community service efforts of our industry. The foundation offers a number of career/professional development programs and initiatives to achieve this mission.