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Apply to be a Feet in 2 Worlds Intern – Summer 2024

Feet in 2 Worlds is accepting applications for our 2024 summer 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, 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 19 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 Be sure to put “Summer Internship” in the subject line.

Applications are now closed. The deadline to apply was May 31st.

Feet in 2 Worlds is supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Ford Foundation, the Fernandez Pave the Way Foundation, an anonymous donor and readers like you.

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Feet in 2 Worlds looking for Website Manager

Feet in 2 Worlds, a nonprofit news organization focused on immigrants and immigration, is looking for a skilled Website Manager to join our team to manage our website at This position is an opportunity to make a meaningful impact by using your technical expertise and creative design skills to enhance our online presence.

If you are passionate about using technology to support a non-profit independent media outlet, possess the required skills, and have a creative design approach to web development, we encourage you to apply. We value diversity and welcome candidates from all backgrounds to join us in our mission.

Location: Remote (candidates located between the Pacific and Atlantic Time Zones preferred)

Part-Time; hours per week: 3 to 5

Pay scale: $150 per week

Key Qualifications:

  • Proficiency in WordPress development
  • Strong skills in HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • Experience with FTP and server management
  • Knowledge of PHP (a significant advantage)
  • Experience in web design


  • Maintain and update our WordPress-based Feet in 2 Worlds website
  • Manage our web hosting and email server
  • Implement creative design solutions to enhance user experience
  • Maintain consistency in website design and its adherence to Feet in 2 Worlds branding
  • Oversee regular website backups
  • Collaborate with our team to ensure website content aligns with our mission
  • Optimize site performance and security, including management of website plugins
  • Troubleshoot technical issues and provide timely solutions

To apply, please send your resume and a brief cover letter highlighting your relevant experience to We look forward to reviewing your submissions.

New Call for Pitches for “Home, Interrupted”

New Call for Pitches for “Home, Interrupted”

Feet in 2 Worlds is accepting pitches for narrative audio stories that tell unreported and underreported stories of how immigrants are navigating the climate crisis.

Sudden or gradual climate disasters – like cyclones or prolonged droughts – have become drivers of migration. The U.S. is already seeing the consequences of a tepid response to climate change in the form of unpreparedness for hurricanes, increasing floods and droughts, as well as intensifying heat — destroying neighborhoods, decimating crops, and threatening livelihoods and our way of life. Immigrants around the country are colliding with this new reality and are disproportionately impacted by the disruptions of climate change. We want to tell their stories.

We are especially looking for stories on the following topics:

1) Housing and Climate:

Immigrants often find themselves in neighborhoods that are vulnerable to flooding, pollution and intense heat—how are they coping or transforming their neighborhoods? Affordable housing, redlining, gentrification, flood/hurricane insurance, and tenant abuse are issues immigrants across the U.S. typically face. How is climate change exacerbating these?

2) Climate Refuge City: 

Some cities in North America are positioning themselves as climate sanctuaries for immigrants. What does that mean in practice? How are individual local governments that are striving to become more climate-friendly fitting immigrant populations into their plans?

3) Resiliency:

How are the vulnerable countries of origin of immigrants adapting to climate change? What lessons or strategies are immigrants bringing with them when they come to the U.S?

4) Personal Beliefs:

From climate refugees to climate deniers, how do the experiences of immigrants in their home country, as well as adapting to life in the U.S., shape their views about climate change? What kinds of conversations about climate change are taking place in immigrant communities?

5) Work/Labor/Business

From the agricultural sector, to factories, from food delivery services to green energy companies, how are immigrant workers and business owners adapting to environmental changes? What climate-related innovations are they bringing to their industries? 

6) Asylum:

There is growing resistance to accepting new asylum seekers, and new arrivals often find that the systems that are supposed to support them are inadequate. Where do migrants without a home go when it’s not safe outside because nature is acting out?

Pitches should include:

– Human-centered stories and clear narrative arcs

– Compelling characters (immigrants whose story will illustrate the larger themes explored in your piece, as well as experts, community leaders to help frame the stories with context and information that deepens our reporting).

– A focus on immigrant communities from different regions, backgrounds, and economic circumstances across the country.


Compensation for accepted stories will depend on factors including the experience level of the producer, the length of the story, and the complexity of the story. Payment for stories ranges from $250 to $1000.

How to Submit:

Please send submissions by completing this form.

Email questions to us at


The deadline to pitch your story ideas was November 11 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern.

*This call for pitches is now closed.*

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, the Fernandez Pave the Way Foundation, an anonymous donor and readers like you.


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