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Everything you want to know about Tulsa World newsroom internships

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If you would like to join us as a Tulsa World Summer 2023 intern, here's what you need to know:

Who we are: The Tulsa World Media Company owns a suite of brands that serve as the preeminent sources of news and information for northeast Oklahoma. Tulsa World Media Company is a part of Lee Enterprises.

We serve the communities in northeast Oklahoma by providing trusted news and content to readers and viewers while helping businesses reach customers using traditional and innovative marketing solutions.

We have been a part of this community for more than 100 years and are honored to deliver outstanding journalism to our community. 

What our newsroom is like: We are positioned to collaborate, break news, work on in-depth special reports and deliver a great mix of content every day.   

What our internship program is like: You will be treated as a working professional from Day 1 and gain experience balancing daily assignments with an in-depth project. You will also connect with staff whose experience and expertise is relative to your journalistic interests and receive regular guidance and feedback from your editor and from a reporter who serves as coordinator of our summer internship program. If you have any other questions, please contact Tulsa World Editor Jason Collington at jason.collington@tulsaworld.com or Staff Writer Andrea Eger at andrea.eger@tulsaworld.com

Positions available: We want interns with the following focuses: news reporting, sports reporting,  photography/videography. 

Pay: Interns are paid $15 an hour for 10 weeks. The dates when you begin and finish your internship are flexible but ideally you would start before June 5.  

Housing: Your lodging is free and on the campus of the University of Tulsa. 

How to apply: Fill out the application.

Deadline to apply: Friday, Nov. 4

Offers will be made by Nov. 21

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