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=== Newspapers ===
Just about Nearly every paper offers an internship - just plug in the title and the word 'internship' into Google to find the page. However, the more prestigious or big the paper, the more selective the internship. AlsoAt newspapers such as the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal, it's good you compete against students in J-school and need to inquire apply in November. Those newspapers pay a fairly competitive internship salary, but the majority of papers expect you to make sure you know exactly what you're getting into (so, work for examplefree, especially if it's your first summer as a reporter. At less prestigious papers you're interested will be competing against students enrolled in sports undergraduate journalism programs. They will have a portfolio of clips, and you won't be covering fashion)will need one, too.
== International Relations ==