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WUSF News Internships

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WUSF Public Media

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.

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.

WUSF News is looking for student journalists ready for the opportunity to work in a professional newsroom. We're taking applications for the Spring 2018 Stephen Noble Internship - a semester-long chance to develop into a public radio reporter.

You'll work closely with our team of seasoned reporters learning how to research, write and produce stories for radio and online platforms. It’s place where students are treated like a real journalist from the start, assigned stories that matter to millions of Tampa Bay area residents.