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It's that time again, as WUSF News is looking for interns for the summer 2020 semester. We're looking for student journalists from around the country who want to learn and work in a professional newsroom.

Opportunities include our visual and social media internships, as well as a chance to hone your skills as a public radio reporter five days a week.

WUSF News is once again seeking student journalists who want to work and learn in a professional newsroom. We're taking applications for a number of internships for the Spring 2020 semester, including the Stephen Noble/WUSF News Internship - a semester-long chance to develop into a public radio reporter.

UPDATE: All internships now taking applications through midnight, Nov. 7.

Journalists from WUSF Public Media received three honors Saturday night at the annual Sunshine State Awards hosted by the Florida chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Growing Unaffordable: America’s Housing Crunch in Hillsborough County” won second place in two different journalism contests: PRNDI and the Green Eyeshade awards.
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A WUSF News multimedia series exploring America’s growing housing problem in Hillsborough County was among the journalism recently named among the best work in public media for 2018.

Daylina Miller
WUSF Staff

Daylina Miller, a multimedia reporter for WUSF Public Media and its Health News Florida project, was named the winner of a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for excellence in writing.

WUSF is looking for student interns for the summer and fall 2019 semesters.
Mark Schreiner / WUSF Public Media

WUSF News is looking for student journalists ready for the opportunity to work in a professional newsroom. We're taking applications for a number of internships for the Summer and Fall 2019 semesters, including the Stephen Noble Internship - a semester-long chance to develop into a public radio reporter - and a new visual news internship.

Mark Schreiner / WUSF Public Media

WUSF News is looking for student journalists ready for the opportunity to work in a professional newsroom. We're taking applications for a trio of internships for the Spring 2019 semester, including the Stephen Noble Internship - a semester-long chance to develop into a public radio reporter.

Carson Frame

WUSF stories about disabled veteran caregivers, female prisoners and the career of a college basketball coach recently won honors in the only national contest recognizing outstanding public radio news reporting at local stations.

Daylina Miller / WUSF Public Media

WUSF’s Robin Sussingham has been honored with a Regional Edward R. Murrow award for Feature Reporting.

Four WUSF News staffers are being honored for some of the best journalism of 2015 in the Southeastern United States.

The Society of Professional Journalists’ Green Eyeshade awards recognizes quality journalism among radio, television, online and newspaper journalists in 11 southern states.

 All Things Considered host Lisa Peakes won first place in the Radio Newscast Category, for a selection from the daily news reports she shared during 2015.

Reporters Mark Schreiner and Steve Newborn won awards in the Feature Reporting category.

Steve Newborn / WUSF Public Media

WUSF News and its Health News Florida project have been recognized with 12 awards by the Florida Associated Press Broadcasters organization, and three more from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) that recognizes outstanding achievement in electronic journalism.