Globalist offers apprenticeship for aspiring journalists

The Seattle Globalist is proud to announce our first ever apprenticeship program in partnership with the Seattle Digital Literacy Initiative.

In this year-long journalism training program for young adults ages 17-20, participants will be mentored by a journalist from The Seattle Globalist and receive training in writing, photography, video and design. Their work will also be published on The Seattle Globalist.

Ready to start working as a journalist? Take the first step and APPLY HERE>>>

Applications due by OCTOBER 1, 2012

What you’ll experience in the program:

  • Mentorship from a professional journalist with years of experience
  • Build your own portfolio of published stories
  • Receive multimedia journalism training with professional gear and software
  • Experience the UW campus and college readiness training
  • Explore stories and topics you care about
Who we are looking for:
  • Young adults between the ages of 17-20 (We will consider exceptions on case-by-case basis)
  • Applicants that are interested in a career in journalism and media
  • High school graduates, GED equivalents or those in first year of community colleges
The Details:
  • The apprenticeship program will run from October 20th, 2012 (orientation) to May 2013
  • Apprentices will log 10 hours per month on their projects and will have weekly check-ins with their mentor (in person, by phone or email).
  • Apprentices will receive a stipend for participating in the program
Check out work done in previous Seattle Digital Literacy programs here. Please contact Program Coordinator Sara Stogner at sstogner@SeattleGlobalist.com with any questions.
Applications due by OCTOBER 1, 2012
Ready to start working as a journalist? Take the first step and APPLY HERE>>>

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