Environmental news internship Boulder Weekly is launching an environmental news reporting internship this fall for fired up future

journalists interested in breaking big stories, advancing coverage on ongoing issues and engaging with the local science and environment organizations to keep our readers informed on their work. Interns will write news stories for the weekly paper and the environmental magazine, Boulderganic, and will have the opportunity to contribute to larger, ongoing environmental investigations and undertake enterprise reporting of their own. Clips will be magazine length and caliber and mentorship will be focused on cultivating explanatory reporting and narrative writing skills. Boulder Weekly has won Society of Professional Journalists and Association of Alternative Newsweeklies awards for its environmental and investigative reporting and has a history of drawing public attention to contamination and consistently advancing the stories on fracking and GMOs. Interns are expected to complete 15 to 20 hours of work per week, depending on school requirements for course credit, scheduled at their convenience between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Candidates can submit a cover letter, resume and at least three writing samples to Elizabeth Miller at emiller@boulderweekly.com. Applications will be accepted until August 30.

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