How to Hire (and Invest In) the Interns

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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The interns are the next generation of journalists, and newsrooms must be able to effectively recognize and cultivate talent to help build their career foundations. Join this training to learn best practices for engaging interns, about the hiring process and how to shape intern programs for generations.

This session is designed for:

  • Anyone interested in the career progression on early-career journalists
  • Legacy organizations retooling their internship programs
  • Smaller newsrooms looking to bring on interns for the first time

Speakers

Kristen East
Production Editor, POLITICO
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