Emerging Students, a paid-for luxury student magazine, is looking for freelance writers (£35 per article) on culture, arts, start-ups and entrepreneurship based in Nottingham. They also welcome freelance contributors on sports, start-ups, entrepreneurship, design, architecture and real world affairs from writers based anywhere. Broadcast journalists and film/media producers can also submit work, payment from £150 (see contact details below).
There are also unpaid vacancies for a PR Intern (the ideal candidate should have good links with several universities), a contributing Culture Editor (must be fluent in English), and a contributing Affairs Editor (must be fluent in English).
All freelance writers or applicants must be a people person, be committed and versatile, think outside the box, be social media savvy and have knowledge of the magazine industry. You do know have to be a student to apply.
Send a few samples of your writing and a brief cover letter asap to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Me Investigate is looking for journalism student across the UK to work on a collaborative investigative project for their studies or for student media.
Here’s the blurb: Help Me Investigate: Networks will involve a number of journalism departments in supporting students to produce journalism investigating one of the following areas: education, health, welfare, and the Olympics.
The aim is for students and lecturers to be able to exchange tips and ideas, gain access to a wider range of journalists and expertise, and combine their work to expand regional stories into national ones. Learning resources will be available on the Help Me Investigate sites (already hosting a set of common resources and contacts), and a teaching pack is available to support tutors. National and regional news organisations are also involved.
No need to apply with a CV, just be keen and contact Paul Bradshaw by January 27 at email@example.com.
Bloomberg is looking for news interns for a paid 10-week programme starting on June 25. You will get the chance to work alongside full-time reporters based in London to produce breaking news stories.
Candidates should have an undergraduate degree or equivalent, have an interest in financial markets, be fluent in English and have prior reporting experience. A second language and experience of working in a real-time news environment are desirable.
Deadline February 29. Full details here.
The Daily Express is taking on a fashion intern for a four-week placement starting in February. Unpaid, with up to £8 a day expenses. You will be mainly based within the fashion cupboard, calling in and returning samples for shoots, but there will be opportunities to assist on fashion and still life shoots, as well as helping with picture and trend research, credits and general administrative duties.
Send a CV and cover letter to Simona Russo firstname.lastname@example.org asap.
The Huffington Post is hiring an unpaid intern to spend six weeks on its UK-based Culture section. You will learn web publishing skills, assist with research and transcribing, and gain writing and editing experience. Travel and food expenses will be paid
You should be a good writer with a passion for arts and books and a good knowledge of both fields. Experience of working online (it can be in student media) and a strong social media presence are desired.
Apply by sending a CV and two examples of relevent pieces of writing to email@example.com