Internship Opportunity

We are currently seeking interns for the Fall 2016 semester at the Dakota Student, UND’s student newspaper.

Intern duties will include:
-Assisting with layout and design at newspaper production twice a week.
-Helping develop, write and edit content for the paper.
-Advising the editorial staff on newspaper production and articles.
-Managing and assigning stories to writers.

This is a paid internship ($10.50 an hour), and duties will be very similar to that of our editors. Interns will have the flexibility to pursue different roles at the paper depending on their interests, including reporting, editing, graphic design and photography. Additionally, interns will have the option to work on a variety of sections of the paper, including news, opinion, sports and features.

Ideally interns would be able to work at least 12 hours a week, with most of their time being allocated to production on Wednesday and Sunday evenings. If need be, the amount of credit and time commitment can be changed to suit the student’s schedule, workload and credit requirements.

Experience with InDesign and Photoshop is preferred but not required.

Interns will work directly with the editorial staff and will report to the Editor-in-chief.

To apply please email your resume and a writing sample to Sean Cleary at


Published by University of North Dakota Communication Program

The Communication Program at the University of North Dakota is a unique, mulch-disciplinary program offering an undergraduate degree and minor as well as graduate programs. Students have an opportunity to study closely with faculty across the broad range of communication areas and to prepare themselves for both careers and citizenship. In addition, students can be active in campus and community life through numerous student organizations and opportunities available through the classroom. Faculty members of the Communication Program have links to other academic programs on campus, including the English Department, Psychology Department, Indian Studies Department, and Communication Sciences and Disorders Department. The faculty all share a common interest and preparation in the study of communication.

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