Below are the current open positions with The Philadelphia Citizen.
The Philadelphia Citizen, a nonprofit news site that produces solutions-based journalism with an eye to igniting civic engagement, is looking for experienced Philadelphia-based writers who are critical thinkers, with a passion for telling stories that are civic-minded; problem-solving; contextual; and smart. Please send brief bio and links to articles to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internship positions are available in every department for the fall and spring. All positions offer the opportunity to help shape a two-year-old publication whose mission goes well beyond journalism: To make Philadelphia better by giving Philadelphians the tools and inspiration to become more civically-engaged. Having a small, dedicated staff means interns can contribute well beyond just their job descriptions, gaining experience in journalism, nonprofits, startups and civic engagement.
Editorial interns will:
- Help with the research and writing of articles on The Citizen website, with opportunities to contribute articles on a variety of topics related to Philadelphia
- Attend editorial meetings with editors and writers to brainstorm story ideas
- Take on various tasks related to content on the website
- Have a voice in how stories are presented on the site, with the opportunity to weigh in on editorial decisions
- Help as needed at events
- Jump in wherever else needed!
Please send a letter of interest, a brief bio and clips if you have them to email@example.com.
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