NOIRE Online | Intern Application
  • Thursday, December 8, 2022

 

Careers @ Noire Online

Noire is a new online publication that serves as a gathering place for Black men, women, and families on the internet. Our online magazine will highlight news and feature stories through the lens of the Black experience. We are looking to develop stories in several areas, including news, health and wellness, family, and civic engagement.

As HBCU graduates and staunch supporters, we believe it is absolutely critical to provide an online space to tell Black stories. More importantly, this publication can also serve as an opportunity for HBCU students to gain valuable experience as they prepare for careers in communications and journalism.

 

Internship
Posting Date: October 1, 2021

Are you looking for an online Journalism internship? Journalism internships are the best way to bridge the gap between going to school and landing a great job. Internships can provide valuable work experience and aid in gaining skills from experienced professionals. Noire Online Magazine is hiring interns to help write, review, and edit articles and grow the reach of the publication. We offer the opportunity for interns to earn academic credit.

The current COVID-19 climate has resulted in limited opportunities for our HBCU journalism students. Our online magazine creates that opportunity. We are currently seeking editorial interns to serve as writers and social media specialists for our new publication - set to launch in June 2021. This would be a great opportunity for students majoring in Journalism, Mass Communications, or English. If you are passionate about black culture, black excellence, social justice, issues involving the black community and people of color, then this is the opportunity for you.

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Noire is a new online publication that serves as a gathering place for black men, women and families on the internet. Our online magazine will highlight news and feature stories through the lens of the black experience. We are looking to develop stories in several areas, including news, health and wellness, family, civic engagement and now the HBCU experience.

As HBCU graduates and staunch supporters, we believe it is absolutely critical to provide an online space to tell black stories. More importantly, this publication can also serve as an opportunity for HBCU students to gain valuable experience as they prepare for career ins communications, journalism and even influencing.

 

 

Noire Media Student Ambassador Program
Accepting applications until February 28, 2022

Are you looking for an online Media and Influencing Internship? The Noire Media Student Ambassador Program is the best way to bridge the gap between going to school and landing a great job. Internships can provide valuable work experience and aid in gaining skills from experienced professionals. Noire Online Magazine is hiring interns to help plan, create and market content highlighting the HBCU experience. We offer the opportunity for interns to earn community service hours, letters of recommendation, certificate of completion and overall experience.

The current Covid-19 climate has resulted in limited opportunities for our HBCU students. Our online magazine creates that opportunity. We are currently seeking editorial interns to serve as writers and social media specialists for our new publication - set to launch in May 2022. If you are passionate about black culture, black excellence, social justice, issues involving the black community or even just spreading the culture of your school, then this is the opportunity for you.

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