Imagine it: bright-eyed and highly qualified and willing to work for $12 a day, you got an internship at Conde Nast. And now, as summer draws to a close, you hold it in your hands—the fruit of your labor. It’s In: The Conde Nast Intern Magazine!
This year’s publication is “The Generation Issue.” Read More
“We look for a lively and literate writing style, a record of scoops, a willingness to work hard and some indication that the person is able to self-start and generate ideas.” — Deputy managing editor Deborah Brewster writing about the Wall Street Journal‘s internship program, which will accept half as many candidates next year. Read More
Talk of nepotism and fame in internship-getting is commonplace these days, but the New York Times wanted us to know more about these priviledged few. The paper used the Freedom of Information Act to get a list of City Hall interns. The story says:
Of course, it is not Read More
The New York Times filed a FOIA request with Mayor Bloomberg’s office to see how much of a role nepotism played in the mayor’s choice of interns. Today, after three months of waiting — The Times points out that the Mayor’s office could have been more cooperative — the results have been reported.
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