Libertas Institute is looking to expand its offerings by producing investigative reporting on government and political topics in Utah. The investigative journalism intern will be responsible for finding and developing new or underreported stories, interviewing relevant persons, and producing compelling and insightful reports to be published on the institute’s website and social media platforms. Three reports per week will be published, as well as one long-form interview every other week.
This is a part-time position and you will primarily work from home. Depending on your success, this has the opportunity to turn into a full-time position.
Candidates must be a college senior or graduate. The person selected should have strong journalism experience, either as a student journalist, or as an intern at a newspaper, or other relevant work experience. The intern will be selected on the basis of journalism qualifications and the degree to which he or she understands and adheres to the values of Libertas Institute.
Hours, Salary, Benefits:
Part-time position at $8/hour, work from home. Weekly in-person meetings are held in Lehi. Paid holidays, personal time off.
Please send cover letter, resume, and writing sample to:
Connor Boyack, President