Crain's Detroit Business seeks a reporting intern for summer 2024.
We are looking for a motivated student journalist who already has some reporting experience and is eager to hit the ground running. This reporting intern will work alongside experienced editors and reporters in pursuing both breaking news and in-depth enterprise stories.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Pitching and writing news stories
Covering breaking news
Fact checking and research
Writing in-depth features
Representing Crain's Detroit Business while in the community on assignment
Experience handling breaking news
Ability to meet deadlines
A voracious news diet and appetite for Detroit business stories
Knowledge of digital publishing and using a content management system
Basic photo and multimedia skills
This internship would work a hybrid schedule in our Eastern Market offices in Detroit, MI. You would work in the newsroom on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Must be able to work a 40 hour schedule.
This position is non-exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act and is eligible for overtime pay.
Pay Transparency Disclosure:
The exact pay rate for this position is $15/hour.
The final salary offering will take into accounta wide range of factors, including experience, accomplishments and location. The salary range provided should not be considered as a salary limit or cap. In addition to base salary, Crain also offers competitive benefits including retirement plan savings contributions and bonus opportunities based on individual and company performance.
Since 1985,has been the premier source of local business news and information for the Detroit's area's influential business executives.Crain'sDetroit Businessis a full-service communications company - connecting affluent and influential decision makers by providing insights, analysis and opinion needed to navigate Detroit's business landscape. We are constantly innovating to solve your business problems - from both inside and outside our newsroom. Our integrated approach - across print, digital, in-person event and custom content platforms - aligns powerful content with a powerful audience.
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