Welcome! This page is designed to help you prepare for some of the commonly
encountered internship and job tests in newspaper journalism. I hope that
you find it helpful, and that you will let me know how it can be improved.
Got an idea? Please send me an e-mail note.
-- Frank Fee
School of Journalism
The Jobs Page of
the Detroit Free Press. This page is too rich to call it one-stop shopping,
but if you look at no other site, this one will last you a career. Credit
Joe Grimm, recruiting and development editor, with an outstanding trove
of information and advice for the job hunter.
Some internship sources
Among the top internship programs in the country are those of the
Dow Jones Newspaper Fund. Click here
for the lowdown on newspaper, online and financial newswire editing internships,
plus business reporting internships for minority students.
The American Copy Editors Society maintains an important and growing list
of job openings and internships in copy editing. Check out both ACES' internship
page and its listing of full-time
Another important sourced of internship news is the American Society of
Newspaper Editors. Check out ASNE's careers
page for an extensive list of internships and contacts.
Preparing for the tests
Last updated: Dec. 13, 1999.
Comments welcomed: Frank E. Fee Jr.