Are you ready to cut your teeth as a Washington, D.C., reporter, covering one of the hottest issues to face the Trump administration? Are you looking for an internship where you'll do actual reporting, not just mail-sorting and coffee-fetching? E&E News may be the place for you. We’re looking for a reporting fellow to start at Climatewire as soon as possible.
We dive deep on all issues related to climate change, covering the ins and outs of politics, science, policy and business. We develop insightful, original stories readers won't find anywhere else. Our fellows spend the bulk of their time reporting and writing. We'll send you to Capitol Hill to talk to lawmakers. You'll have access to senior federal agency officials and top leaders in the field. You’ll follow the money and track lobbying. You'll write news stories from day one. And the best part: we pay!
We're looking for an intrepid reporter who can both write hard-hitting daily stories and develop longer enterprising features. An interest in climate and environmental issues is a plus. The ideal candidate will have completed another reporting internship or have daily reporting experience at a smaller newspaper. Fellowships run for six months.
E&E News publishes five daily news sites. With a combined staff of more than 75 reporters and editors, Greenwire, Energywire, Climatewire, E&E Daily and E&E News PM provide essential news for energy and environment professionals.
Individuals seeking employment at E&E News are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation.
To apply, send your cover letter, resume and three clips. Please use the word "fellowship" in your email subject line.
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