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Fairfax Media Journalism Intern Search to Begin

26 June 2012

Fairfax Media Journalism Intern Search to Begin on July 2, 2012

Fairfax Media, New Zealand’s leading multi-media publisher, will launch its search for the country’s brightest journalism prospects next week.

Online applications will open on Monday, July 2, 2012, and close at noon on Wednesday, July 25.

The company’s journalism intern scheme began in 2006 and some 70 have so far been selected. Many of them are now reaching senior levels in Fairfax newspapers and websites across the country.

The scheme offers participants:

The opportunity to study for a year at one of the five participating journalism training institutions
Work experience during course holidays at one of Fairfax's publications or websites
Reimbursement of course fees to successful applicants
Employment with a Fairfax publication at the conclusion of the course.
On-going training and career development.

Fairfax owns nine daily newspapers including The Dominion Post and The Press, two national Sunday newspapers, New Zealand’s top news website, Stuff, magazines, a magazine publishing business, internet operations, and more than 50 community newspapers throughout the country.

Selected interns will undergo year-long training for a Diploma , Graduate or Post-Graduate Diploma in Journalism at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, Aoraki Polytechnic, Dunedin, Massey University, Wellington, the Waikato Institute of Technology, Hamilton, the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) or other training schools where applicable. Where possible, successful applicants will be trained in the institution of their choice.

After applications close at noon on July 25, those judged suitable will be asked to undergo general knowledge, grammar and spelling and writing tests throughout the country between 10 am and 12 noon on Saturday, August 18. After that, tests will be marked and assessed by editors at newspapers, magazines or websites that applicants nominated as their preferred places of employment.

From July 2, the online application form, which all applicants must complete, will be available at this website - http://www.fairfaxmedia.co.nz/careers/journalism-internships.dot


About Fairfax Media
Fairfax Media is an innovative, integrated multi-media business with strong brands across multiple platforms including newspapers, magazines and digital.

Fairfax Media has two national, nine daily and more than 60 community newspapers, 25+ magazines, and market leading website stuff.co.nz.

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