Although a smaller class than in previous years, the six members of the National Journalism Center spring 2010 class were active in publishing stories online, in print and covering the most important pieces of legislation and issues in many years! Their stories on climate change, regulations, health care, tea parties and state and federal funding brought the never-ending policy debates from Washington to people around the nation. Interns work for news outlets in Washington, District of Columbia and Santa Barbara, California, including Radio America, The Washington Times, the Santa Barbara News-Press, Human Events and the Washington Examiner. Some of their most recent articles can be found below!
Members of the spring 2010 class gather with Dr. Stephen Bird in the National Press Club.
Ron Meyer, intern at Santa Barbara News-Press, freelancer with Human EventsTea Party Youth - Human Events, April 18, 2010
Matt Hadro, intern at Human EventsClimate Experts Square Off Over Video April 21, 2010Pence: Obama Oil Announcement a 'Smokescreen' April 01, 2010
Christopher Guzman, intern at Human Events Conservative Spotlight: Keep America Safe April 17, 2010
Evan Gassman, intern at the Washington ExaminerState budgets overwhelmed with spending, study finds April 07, 2010
Are you interested in joining the next group of National Journalism Center interns? Know someone who would benefit from the opportunity to intern in the nation's capitol? Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 sessions - apply now here! Fall applications are currently being accepted until July 15, 2010.