Baltimore Sun on-campus interviews – Feb. 17

Check your EJN account to see if you qualify for an internship.  Interviews will be held throughout the day in Moseley 140 (SPDC)

Check your EJN account to see if you qualify for an internship with The Baltimore Sun

: Baltimore Sun Media Group, A Tribune company, publishes The Baltimore Sun,, community newspapers and magazines, and a growing portfolio of targeted print and digital products, including b. In print and online, Baltimore Sun Media Group reaches 1.2 million readers each week in the Baltimore area, making it the region’s most widely read source of news and information. The Baltimore Sun Media group has been serving the Baltimore Market for 175 years and is part of the Tribune Company, one of the most respected media companies in the world. We build upon that heritage by reinventing and adapting ourselves to the realities of today, providing customers with quality products and services to build a strong and long lasting relationship.
Summer 2014 Internships: 
Reporting interns write about college and high school sports, minor league baseball, professional lacrosse and outdoors and recreation, in addition to contributing to our coverage of the Preakness, Baltimore Ravens training camp and the Baltimore Orioles. Reporting interns have the opportunity to write features, notebooks, game stories, blog posts and more. Reporting interns work with assigning editors on story development for print and online.

Social Media
The ideal candidate is an innovator with a varied journalism background who’s focused on growing a digital audience — and who will continuously devise and execute new content offerings.

This person will likely spend some of his/her day assisting daily coverage needs, including: finding sources/news tips via social media, live tweeting from events, compiling media roundups to augment our coverage, moderating live chats and helping with Web/mobile production as needed, among other responsibilities. He/she should monitor industry trends and be proactive in engaging Baltimore’s social media community.

  Internships are unpaid and require students to receive academic credit. 
Students should be mature, career focused, reliable, and strong communicators.