CQ Reporting Intern (Summer 2019)

Fiscal Note Washington , DC 20319

Posted 5 months ago

" content="About the Role CQ Roll Call seeks a reporting intern for a paid 10-12 week internship during the summer. We tell stories about policy-making on topics being debated by Congress, the administration and federal regulators. This internship will give a promising student the opportunity to write spot news and features for the web, newsletters and a magazine geared to a sophisticated audience of decision makers. Our award-winning journalists keep readers informed with nonpartisan legislative tracking, news and analysis. You Will: - Report and write news stories, features and other content on a variety of public policy and political topics

  • Contribute to specific beats as needed

  • Work different shifts as needed. Some late nights or weekends are possible

  • Keep up-to-date on developments in Congress, the administration and federal agencies

  • Get training on reporting and writing for multiple platforms, with opportunities to contribute to our podcasts and videos

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CQ Reporting Intern (Summer 2019)

Washington, DC



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CQ Reporting Intern (Summer 2019)

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