Associated Press Global News Internship Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2015

The summer 2015 Global News Internship is a paid, highly selective, 12-week individually tailored training program for students who are aspiring cross-format journalists. Interns must have experience and/or training in video and one other format. They will contribute to AP’s text, video, photo and interactive reporting. The internship is open to U.S. and international students […]


Dalí Museum Seeks Spring and Summer 2015 Interns

THE LOBSTER TELEPHONE IS RINGING! The Dalí Museum needs a few zany souls to help launch an online avant-garde magazine of all things surreal. The online magazine will include 1) biannual issues, featuring in-depth articles, interviews, book reviews & exhibit coverage written by culture journalists and scholars; 2) an ongoing crowd-sourced digest of All Things […]


AARP Seeks Spring 2015 Communications Intern

The AARP internship is a paid internship in St. Petersburg working on communications-related opportunities. Internship details: Length is for a maximum of 20 hours a week; Involves hands-on work with communications products for a major national brand; Pays in the $14 an hour range for students earning their bachelor’s degree and approximately $16 an hour […]

Internships and JobsBecause we recognize the importance of hands on industry training in the community, the Department of Journalism and Media Studies sponsors for-credit internships at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Past students have pursued internship (undergraduate) and practicum (graduate) experiences at daily newspapers, public relations firms, and other businesses throughout the Tampa Bay Area. We strongly encourage students to take internships as part of their study.

Students, internship providers and JMS faculty cooperate to provide 120 hours of meaningful journalism-related experience over the course of one semester.

In general, internships will be approved if they involve print, radio/television or on-line journalism, media design as it relates to journalism, some aspect of visual journalism, or media relations. In general, internships will NOT be approved if they involve activities relating to disc-jockeying, radio station promotions, filmmaking, fundraising, or with record companies. Internships involving public relations or marketing may be approved on a case-by-case basis.

There are specific internship guidelines for students and internship providers alike. Click below to find out how to offer or get credit for an undergraduate internship or professional practicum.