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Our Company offers several internships and co-op positions to talented young people. What is different about our internships and co-op programs? You will do work that matters, as you participate on meaningful assignments and exciting initiatives in any of our media outlets, work side-by-side with media professionals who are at every stage, and network with colleagues at all levels of the organization, who care about their work and each other, and are committed to excellence.
LEADERSHIP ACADEMY AND JOURNALISM INSTITUTE
The Leadership Academy is open to print journalists with strong leadership and managerial potential who want to further develop their skills. We will consider applicants with two to five years of experience working in a management position. To apply, please go to the NABJ site. The New York Times Student Journalism Institute is for student members of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, of the National Association of Black Journalists or any student at a historically black college of university. Students are working journalists supervised by reporters and editors from the New York Times, The Boston Globe and regional newspapers of The Times Company.
Have you attended a journalism conference recently? The New York Times is always searching for top tier talent. We invite you to submit your resume, clips, portfolio and/or video. You must to provide your membership number to submit your work.
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