An extensive listing of jobs and internships for journalists of color in newspapers, radio, television, magazines, public relations, and much more. You can create a personal account and post your resume for employers to view. Academic jobs are also posted.
The job database includes internships, freelence openings and listings for academic jobs. It's maintained by University of California at Berkeley's journalism graduate school.
Created by the Sports Communication Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the site posts job and internship opportunities in sports writing and editing, team marketing, league public relations and other areas. It's also home to information about the program, including speakers coming to campus.
Created in 1999 by a former copy editor and writer, the site is run in conjunction with the Columbia Journalism Review. It has become the go-to site for many students looking for jobs and internships.
If you want information about the Dow Jones editing internship, as well as information on jobs and other internships for college and high school students, here's the place.
The bank functions as a listserv, and the flow of full-time jobs - and a few internships - is steady. If a student or a professional is looking for an editing job, they must be on this list.