Jun. 18—From workers studies
Know a highschool scholar who likes to jot down, cares in regards to the neighborhood and is up for a full-time job this summer season?
For the second yr in a row, The Spokesman-Evaluation is providing the nation’s solely paid summer season newspaper internship completely for highschool college students.
The 4 college students chosen for the Teen Journalism Institute will work full- time within the newsroom, studying the commerce and writing information and have tales that may run in The Spokesman-Evaluation.
This system is made doable with grant funding from Financial institution of America and help from the Innovia Basis.
Final yr, the newspaper’s highschool interns wrote dozens of articles that appeared all through the paper.
The chance is open to incoming highschool juniors and seniors who’re no youthful than 16 and no older than 18. Interns should be capable to get to and from The Spokesman-Evaluation newsroom in downtown Spokane every day, with parking supplied. Due to the massive quantity of candidates this program receives, college students should be capable to attend all eight weeks of the internship.
Final yr, most of the highschool interns continued their work with The Spokesman-Evaluation as part-time jobs by way of the varsity yr.
Functions have to be submitted by June 24. Functions submitted earlier will probably be given choice.
College students can apply at spokesman.com/internship.