2014 Summer Internship Opportunity on Women, Media & Tech
Due: Friday, March 14
The Department of Journalism and Media Studies (JMS), the Department of Women's and Gender Studies (WGS), and the Institute for Women's Leadership (IWL) Consortium are pleased to announce a 3-credit summer internship course on women, media and technology.
Selected students will be paired with internship sites including but not limited to Ms. Magazine, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, Women's E-News, Women Make Movies, BUST, The Feminist Press, and the Crunk Feminist Collective.
Students interested in pursuing this internship as part of International Service Learning in Ghana are also encouraged to apply.
Internship dates and locations will vary depending on placement.
A modest travel stipend may be available depending on the internship location.
As a selected intern you will:
1) Work a minimum of 120 hours at your internship placement. Length and timing of internship will vary depending on placement
2) Participate in a 3-credit summer course cross-listed between JMS and WGS including an in-person orientation and final presentation on your experience
This opportunity is open to Journalism and Media Studies majors, Women's & Gender Studies majors/minors, and IWL Leadership Scholars who are passionate about issues of women and the media.
Your application consists of the following three components due by Friday, March 14th:
1. Online application form: http://tinyurl.com/WMTSummerInternApplication
2. Your resume including relevant courses and experience and 3. 250-word essay describing your experiences and interests in women and media
Please email your resume and essay to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Summer Internship Application_Your Last Name"
Selected applicants will be notified on Friday, March 28 if their applications have been forwarded to an internship site for further review, including final interviews and selection.