DON’T MISS OUT! ONE MORE DAY TO APPLY1
Get paid to tell the world’s most important stories on creative news platforms.
MSU’s Knight Center for Environmental Journalism is hiring an MSU student team to report on climate change, food systems innovation, social injustice, alternative energy, endangered wildlife, toxic air and myriads of issues that transcend every beat.
You don’t even have to like the environment – just be passionate about reporting solutions and pioneering journalism. You’ll come to love the world’s most important beat.
We’re one of eight student newsrooms in the nation that the Solutions Journalism Network chose this year to fund and train in a new way of framing stories. We have additional support to turn research by the Cooperative Institute of Great Lakes Research into environmental news stories that demand to be read.
We’re hiring writers, podcasters, TikTok producers, solution seekers, videographers and others.
Your stories will appear on the award-winning Great Lakes Echo news service, The Food Fix podcast and on Knight Center affiliated social media – including our new TikTok channel.
Reporters work regularly scheduled six to 10 hours a week. You’ll build your resume, sharpen skills and help save the world. (And did we mention we’ll pay you?)
Want in? Email Echo Editor David Poulson, firstname.lastname@example.org, a resume, about 100 words on why you’re right for this job, example(s) of or links to your work and at least one reference with contact information. Work examples can be published or coursework.
Helpful – so mention if you have it – but not required:
• Interest in the environment
• Experience in producing any form of journalism
• Willingness to work hard and learn
Application deadline is 11:59 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2, 2022.