Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
Location: Washington, District of Columbia, 20036, United States
"... Last day to apply: October 14, 2009
The internship pays $1,000 per month and runs through May
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting seeks an intern for spring 2010,
preferably starting the week of January 3, 2010. We are especially
interested in web-savvy applicants eager to get the word out about our
international reporting projects to as many people as possible - through
social networking platforms, online media, campus networks, special events,
and other avenues.
With the aim of increasing traffic to our reporting projects and expanding
the debate around these international issues, the intern's main duties will
• maintenance of our website
• maintenance of our online profiles and channels (including YouTube
• outreach to the online world, including blogs, social networking sites and
new media tools
• compilation of newsletters
• efforts to increase online traffic and expand newsletter subscription base
• assistance with event coordination
Not required but desirable: familiarity with HTML, familiarity with the
blogosphere, and experience with increasing web traffic through campaigns
such as Google Adwords and social networking sites. Applicants should also
have an interest in, and some familiarity with, current international
The Pulitzer Center is a non-profit leader in sponsoring the independent
journalism that media organizations are increasingly less willing to
undertake on their own. Pulitzer Center-funded stories shed light on
underreported issues and regions around the globe. Our Global Gateway
education initiative then brings those stories and the journalists into high
schools and universities.
For information on our reporting projects and outreach efforts please see
our website, at http://www.pulitzercenter.org The Pulitzer Center is located
in the heart of Washington, D.C., near Dupont Circle.
The internship pays $1,000 per month and runs through May. Possibility of
internship extension through summer 2010 based on further discussions with
applicants and upon mutual agreement. ..."
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