Apply to be a Feet in 2 Worlds Intern

Feet in 2 Worlds is accepting applications for our fall internship. The recipient of the internship will work with and be trained by our team of journalists and non-profit administrators. The intern is involved in all aspects of our operations including production of our award-winning podcast series A Better Life?, our website, our social media presence and our journalism training programs.

Feet in 2 Worlds is an award-winning news outlet and media training program that tells the stories of today’s immigrants to the rest of America. Over the past 18 years we have trained and mentored hundreds of immigrant journalists, the majority of whom are women of color, helping them reach audiences on public radio and online news sites and advancing their careers.  Areas of special interest include: the impact of Covid on immigrant communities, campaigns and elections, food, arts and culture, and the connection between migration and climate change.

Our team works remotely. The internship will be remote and can be done from anywhere in the continental U.S.

The ideal candidate is a student with a demonstrated interest in journalism about immigrants and communities of color.  Journalism experience and fluency in Spanish are preferred.

This is a paid, part-time internship.  Interns are paid $15 per hour.

To apply, send a cover letter, your resume and examples of your work to fellowships@feetin2worlds.org. Be sure to put “Fall Internship” in the subject line.

The deadline to apply was July 21, 2023. We are no longer accepting applications for this internship term.

Feet in 2 Worlds is supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Ford Foundation, the David and Katherine Moore Family Foundation, the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation, an anonymous donor and readers like you.

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AboutFeet in Two Worlds
Feet in 2 Worlds (Fi2W) is an independent media outlet, journalism training program, and launchpad for emerging immigrant journalists and media makers of color. Our work brings positive and meaningful change to America's newsrooms and has a broader impact on how immigration is reported and the ethnic and racial composition of news organizations.