Be our design/code/?? intern for fall 2018!

Are you data-curious, internet savvy, and interested in journalism? Do you draw, design, or write code? We are looking for you.

We’ve had journalists who are learning to code, programmers who are learning about journalism, designers who love data graphics, designers who love UX, reporters who love data, and illustrators who make beautiful things.

Does this sound like you? Please join our team! It isn’t always easy, but it is very rewarding. You’ll learn a ton and you’ll have a lot of fun.

Here are a few projects our recent interns have worked on:

The Business Of Being Cardi B Jasmine Mithani
(Developer, Spring 2018)
The Pigeon Racers Of Indonesia Matthew Zhang
(Developer, Fall 2017)
Natural Gas Building Boom Fuels Climate Worries, Enrages Landowners Leanne Abraham
(Cartographer, Summer 2017)
Find Out What New Viruses Are Emerging In Your Backyard Eunice Esomonu
(Designer, Spring 2017)
NPR's Book Concierge 2016 Clinton King
(Developer, Fall 2016)
Semi-Automatic Weapons Without A Background Check Can Be Just A Click Away Brittany Mayes
(Developer, Summer 2016)
You Say You're An American, But What If You Had To Prove It Or Be Deported? Zyma Islam
(Data reporter/developer, Spring 2016)
Using Technology To Keep Carbon Emissions In Check Annette Elizabeth Allen
(Illustrator, Fall 2015)

The paid internship runs from Sept. 10, 2018 to Dec. 14, 2018. Applications are due Sunday, July 15 at 11:59pm ET.

Who’s Eligible

To be eligible for an internship with NPR, you must be a student (undergraduate or graduate) or a person who has graduated no more than 12 months prior to the start of the internship period. You must also be authorized to work in the United States.

Here’s how to apply

Read about our expectations and selection process and then apply now!

Into photography? Check out our photo editing internship.

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