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Interested in radio journalism?


KDVS News offers journalism internships for all students interested!

As the only student run on-air radio news program on campus, our organization will offer you the chance to build your resume with relevant journalism experience and valuable insight into the world of politics and media.

As a reporter for KDVS, you will get the opportunity to feature in breaking news segments, conduct interviews with persons of interest, and will be responsible for compiling media material for our weekly program on 90.3 FM.

To accomplish this, KDVS reporters get premium press access to events hosted by individuals such as Pete Souza and Hillary Clinton. In 2017, our station was able to secure interviews with presidential candidates such as Jill Stein, heads of state such as the Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski, controversial provocateurs like Milo Yiannopoulos, and widely known scientists such as Bill Nye.

The workload is approximately 2-4 hours per week. No prior journalism or radio experience is required.

KDVS News is also currently looking for web design and social media interns! We are in the process of building our own website to host a sound archive of all the work we have ever done and are looking for interns willing to aid in that process! If you are interested in computer science, design, video editing, sound editing, or social media, KDVS News might be the place for you!

In 2018, we are looking for motivated, dedicated, and responsible reporters who carry a passion for journalism. We are offering approximately 15 reporting spots in Winter of 2018. To apply, email a resume and a short letter introducing yourself to After sending your email, our News Director will reach out to you with detailed application instructions.

Winter 2018 Deadline: January 20th
Spring 2018 Deadline: April 18th

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