St. Louis Review seeks paid intern

The weekly St. Louis Review, the news publication of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Louis, has a paid internship available that runs for 13 weeks.

St. Louis Review logoThe Review circulates to 59,000 readers and covers the life and mission of the Catholic Church in the area, putting into Catholic context modern cultural, ecclesial, political and social events.

The internship can begin after Jan. 1, and be a part- or full-time position, depending on the intern’s availability and variation of assignments.

The Review prefers a student enrolled in or returning to university studies, or a recent university graduate who has studied journalism or English. Applicants should demonstrate strong reporting skills, a sharp writing style, command of the English language, a firm foundation in the teachings of the Catholic Church, and be practicing Catholics.

Those interested in applying should email a cover letter, resume and work examples — preferably published articles — to Hard-copy applications should go to:

Director of Publications
Archdiocese of St. Louis
20 Archbishop May Drive
St. Louis, MO 63119

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