REBELE - Lifestyle Reporting Intern at Hearst Communications Inc.
Posted in Art 15 days ago.
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Location: San Francisco, California
FOOD & WINE/STYLE/TRAVEL REPORTING INTERN: Three different opportunities within Lifestyle Team:
· Research and reporting on the region’s companies, scientists and investors working with all aspects of food: new product development, agriculture, nutrition, new tech in grocery shopping and delivery, etc.
· As part of the small Style team, the intern would report and write pieces on local shopping and neighborhoods, social media and relationships, pop culture as it applies to the Bay Area, etc. Would require attending occasional events, helping with photo shoots and fact-checking.
· The Chronicle is ramping up its online local and regional travel coverage. Internship to include organizing and editing existing content into new forms, supporting travel editors in producing new content (writing, editing, assigning photography and video), and fact-checking. This internship could focus on multi-media projects if intern has video shooting and editing skills.
- FYI - Stanford provides a stipend that pays for hours worked, therefore only current Stanford students will be considered
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and at least three work samples or a link to your portfolio by December 1st. In addition, candidates must meet all eligibility requirements of the Rebele program (http://comm.stanford.edu/mm/2017/07/RebeleApplication.pdf).
About the San Francisco Chronicle & SFGate:
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