Paid reporting internships

Environment and Energy Publishing is looking for reporting interns.
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Company: Environment and Energy Publishing
Paid reporting internships
Washington, District of Columbia
Job Status: Temporary
Salary: Not Specified
Environment and Energy Publishing is looking for reporting interns.
Interns are responsible for collecting and summarizing environment and energy news from around the world and for contributing original reporting assignments to our publications. These paid six-month internships are an excellent way to gain daily deadline experience and learn about covering public policy and science. Applicants should have strong writing skills, experience working under deadlines, familiarity with AP style and a desire to be a top-notch journalist. An interest in politics, Congress, public policy, science and energy and environmental issues is a plus.
E&E is the leading source for comprehensive, daily coverage of environmental and energy policy and markets. E&E’s five daily online publications — Greenwire, EnergyWire, ClimateWire, Environment and Energy Daily and E&ENews PM — are considered “must-reads” by people who track and influence energy, environmental and climate policy. We are a high-tech business with an old-school approach to journalism. E&E’s 65-person award-winning editorial team is among the best in the business and enjoys unrivaled access to key players in energy and environmental policy. Every day we develop insightful, timely stories readers won’t find anywhere else. Our coverage of major, breaking news goes deeper than the mass-market news services and brings readers informed, balanced, spin-free reporting that keeps them atop critical issues and developments. Our reporters formerly worked for the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Miami Herald, Denver Post, Baltimore Sun, Atlanta Journal Constitution and many other newspapers.
One internship position would begin immediately. Others would begin in November. To apply, email cover letter, resume and your three best clips to Greenwire’s deputy editor Katie Howell at and please note in your cover letter whether you are interested in the position opening immediately or in November.

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