Thursday, July 28, 2011
CNN iReport is looking for a fall intern

It's that time again! We're looking for a fall intern to join our team at the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia.


The full-time, paid internship lasts about 12 weeks and is open to college students currently enrolled in school. Course credit is available, and preference is given to candidates who have previously contributed to CNN iReport.


One lucky intern will work with iReport's editorial team helping lead CNN's user-generated news content, participatory media, and community efforts. In addition to vetting iReports, producing content, and helping with brainstorming and editorial planning, interns will also have the opportunity to learn from a host of CNN professionals across platforms.


Interested? Go here for more details and to formally apply.

July 28, 2011
Click to view clarafaie's profile

If only such opportunities were also available in our location....

July 28, 2011
Click to view markpel's profile

12 weeks; it´s ok.

July 31, 2011
Click to view mollie1390's profile

Most individuals who would want such an opportunity and could be creative enough to think outside the box when it comes to this modern 24 hour news cycle could also be found outside of the college institution. Such hunger and attributes could be attributed to self teaching and the thirst for knowledge in such an economically tough time (where college is more of a luxury than an ability). Other people need to eat and drink, and that could be done by CNN feeding and quenching the thirst of those interested, but unable due to such cultural setbacks seen so vividly in this brand new era of a new America. Hopefully, not just from the eyes in the box you've deemed fit for your internship. Remember courage and knowledge is found in all different shapes and sizes.

August 11, 2011
Click to view jordoanderso's profile


Please, you're already a shaky news source at best. The concept of iReporting is a stain on your journalistic smock. Its smacks of unprofessional standards and blogger journalism. Backpack journalism is a real thing but please reserve it for trained journalists who CAN write and CAN shoot and are employed by your industry. If not, than please fire whoever edits your this joke of a section. It's a waste of time and space and only feeds the beast's ignorance of real world issues. Please consider these words.


Photojournalist undergrad

Ashland, OR

August 16, 2011
Click to view sbeasla's profile

I would love to work with you guys! I'm not in college though :(

You must be logged in to post a comment.

About the iReport Blog

The latest and greatest on CNN iReport, brought to you by Team iReport.

Categories Recent posts Monthly Subscribe