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    SUMMER 2003
    Journalism Internships
    For College Students

    Twelve-week, paid reporting internships are available on the Metro, Business, Sports and Style staffs. Internships also are available for students interested in page and graphic design, copy editing and photography.

    Applicant must be a junior, senior or graduate student enrolled in a degree program. Previous internships and/or experience on a college newspaper are preferred.

    Completed application forms must be accompanied by a typed autobiography of at least 500 words; your college transcript; your résumé; two letters of recommendation and six to eight samples of your work. (We understand that some colleges and/or references may prefer to send transcripts and letters of recommendation directly to The Post.) Photographers should send a portfolio on slides, prints or CDs, preferably PC-compatible. Artists and page designers may send photocopied samples, tearsheets, CDs or e-mail.

    Use the application form available here to print out. For information on sending portfolios, contact Cheryl Butler, director of recruiting and hiring, at butlerc@washpost.com.)

    Completed applications, as well as transcripts and letters of recommendation sent separately, must be postmarked by November 1. Except for work samples from artists and page designers, e-mailed applications will not be accepted. Please mail applications to:

    Summer News Program
    News Department, The Washington Post
    1150 15th St., NW Washington, D.C. 20071-5508

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