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Legislative Information Journalism Internship

Aspiring journalists are selected to work for all members in both the Senate and the House of Delegates during the 60-day session by providing services offered by the Legislature’s Office of Reference & Information.

The selected participants are assigned to cover floor sessions, committee meetings, public hearings, press conferences, and other legislative activities. Chose participants are required to participate in the publication of a weekly newsletter, compose news releases and cutlines and respond to media and citizen requests.


DETAILS & ELIGIBILITY

Number of positions: 4

APPLICATION

Journalism Internship Application


LEGISLATIVE CONTACT

Drew Ross
Office of Reference & Information
Building 1, Room MB-27
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, West Virginia 25305
phone: (304) 347-4832
drew.ross@wvlegislature.gov


CAMPUS CONTACTS

West Virginia University
Eric Minor, BSJ, M.S. IMC
Director of Student Careers and Opportunities
West Virginia University Reed College of Media
Room 104B Martin Hall

Eric.Minor@mail.wvu.edu
Phone: 304.293.6117

Marshall University
Allyson Goodman
goodman4@marshall.edu


LINKS

McManus Fellowship
Walter Rollins Scholars & Robert W. Burk Jr. Interns
Judith A. Herndon Fellowship
Frasure-Singleton Internship
Legislative Information Journalism Internship
Internship Introduction


 
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