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December 18th, 2018 • Quill Blog, Quill Archives
It’s not too late to apply for summer gigs

Don’t have an internship lined up for 2019? Don’t fret. Some places still are accepting applications so get working on your cover letter and resume. WSJ. Magazine “The WSJ. Magazine internship program is aimed at undergraduate and graduate students who intend to pursue a career in magazine journalism.


December 18th, 2018 • Featured, Quill Blog
How to (still) land a summer internship

  Application deadlines for spots next summer at many of the largest (and paying) media organizations have come and gone. For students still looking to land an internship, there’s still time, especially at smaller companies and in newsrooms with new programs.


December 16th, 2018 • Quill Blog, Quill Archives, Ten With...
From intern to owner: Ten with Katherine Rowlands

Three decades ago, Katherine Ann Rowlands started her career in journalism as an intern at Bay City News Service. Now, she’s the owner of the 24/7 news service that covers the greater San Francisco Bay Area. BCN, founded in 1979 with eight offices around the region, provides news feeds to about 100 clients, including TV, radio, digital and print newsrooms.


November 20th, 2018 • Featured, Quill Archives
Holiday gifts that journalists will actually use

Searching for gifts for journalists this holiday season? Sure, pens, cameras and journals are always nice but why not be a bit more creative. The gifts on the list should help you get started. Fancy Notebooks ($12.95) Journalists take notes, so notebooks from Field Notes long have been a hit.  


August 16th, 2018 • Featured, Freedom of Information
News organizations unite in nationwide push to counter anti-press rhetoric

Hundreds of newspapers across the country united in solidarity today and published editorials on the importance on the First Amendment. The coordinated editorials are in response to a campaign by The Boston Globe that called on publications to condemn President Trump’s oft-repeated assertions that journalists are “the enemy of the people.”