Journalism Program


The Brandeis Journalism Program champions experiential learning, and all students must complete an internship to fulfill the journalism minor. Our students have completed internships with media organizations nationwide, ranging from podcast companies to NPR affiliates to their hometown daily print newspapers. We work alongside our students to find opportunities that utilize and expand their journalistic skills while informing and enhancing their future career goals across disciplines.

Note: To receive credit for the internship in the Journalism Program, students must have completed at least one core course (JOUR 109b, JOUR 113a, JOUR 120a or JOUR 137b) or must be enrolled in one of these core courses in the same year in which they complete the internship. They also must enroll in JOUR 89a either during their internship or during the semester immediately following their internship.

Hiatt Career Center Internship Resources

Recurring Internship Opportunities

Are you a Brandeis Journalism minor and want to confirm your internship is eligible for the minor?

Please complete this form and schedule a time with Rachel Kim Raczka, assistant director of internships and outreach, to discuss next steps.

All students who plan to register for JOUR89A must complete this form and meet with Rachel before the semester begins.