News Intern - The Sun News
Come spend the summer at the beach with us as a paid intern and gain practical education and professional experience while working in a haven for those who love the outdoors.
The Myrtle Beach area is a vacation destination and the hub of a 60-mile strand of white sandy beaches. Work during the day, be a tourist at night and stroll the oceanfront boardwalk teeming with activities for young people.
We are a newsroom big enough to do great work but not so big that you become an afterthought. Internships are 10 weeks, 40 hours per week, and internships are paid. You will cover local news, features and more. You will leave us with great clips and an unforgettable experience.
You also will be a part of our McClatchy South Carolina class of interns. In addition to the work experience, each class is exposed to a series of training sessions ranging from investigative tips to how to get a job when you graduate.
- The ability to write quickly, accurately and well;
The ability to monitor and mine various sources for breaking news;
Solid news judgment;
An instinctive grasp of what will engage your audience;
A deep understanding of what drives interest on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms;
A strong entrepreneurial spirit, good curiosity and high energy;
A collaborative style that allows you to work comfortably across teams spread throughout the office and company.
A familiarity shooting photos and video, including the use of entry-level video editing software, is preferred.
The Sun News of Myrtle Beach is looking for a reporting intern to join us for 10 weeks this summer. We are looking for an aspiring journalist who is eager to write stories of all types, take photos and video, and learn about SEO and social promotion. The qualified candidate is a self-starter with lots of curiosity and high energy who tackles work with a collaborative mindset and an appreciation for working as a team toward common goals.