Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University

Internships/Honors

  • Living with Uranium: Rolanda Tahani drinks uranium contaminated water every day. She has no other option. by Rachel Wise

 

 

Increasingly, internship experience gives applicants the competitive edge in today’s media job market. Most journalism employers insist that applicants have at least one internship on their resumes; often, an internship is the deciding factor in who gets the job. Countless NYU students have landed jobs, right out of school, in the very organizations where they interned.

Internships enable students to gain real-world experience and to make business contacts. Luckily for NYU graduate journalism students, the department’s internship program is a robust one, drawing on the Institute's close relationships with reporters, editors and producers at the top media outlets in New York City.

In recent years, students have interned at, among many others:

 

Honors:

The Sidney Award: Katy Bolger "The Forgotten Navajo

Native American Journalists Association Media Awards: Rachel Morgan, Elizabeth Wagner, Katy Bolger and Rachel Wise for the "Forgotten Navajo"

"The Forgotten Navajo" which ran on Pavement Pieces was named a finalist for the WHY Harry Chapin Media Awards. The students are up against The New York Times and The Denver Post in the New Media category. Congratulations to Reporting New York and Reporting the Nation students/reporters, Katy Bolger, Elizabeth Wagner, Rachel Wise, Elisa Lagos and Darren Tobia.

New York Times/NABJ Journalism Institite in New Orleans: Bola Omisore and Amanda Van Allen

Online News Association Student Newsroom: Elizabeth Wagner and Bola Omisore

Washington Center for Politics and Journalism Fellowship: Holly Gilbert

"The Forgotten Navajo" was named a finalist for the WHY Harry Chapin Media Awards. The students were up against The New York Times and The Denver Post in the New Media category. Congratulations to Reporting New York and Reporting the Nation students/reporters, Katy Bolger, Elizabeth Wagner, Rachel Wise, Elisa Lagos and Darren Tobia.