Internship

PAID Print Journalism Intern for Summer 2022

Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis 6705 Hoover Road, Indianapolis IN

The Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis is seeking a print journalism intern for the Summer to help write feature stories for The Federation News magazine, as well as assist our Development and Planned Giving & Endowment team with letters, program descriptions, press releases, and more.

 

The Federation News magazine is a bi-monthly 24- or 28-page magazine that is printed, distributed across the Jewish Community Campus, and mailed to 5,000 homes. It is one of our main communication tools for the Jewish community. Stories also get published to our website, www.jewishindianapolis.org.

The Federation’s Development Department is charged with raising vital funds for the Federation’s $4 Million Annual Campaign. The Federation will be putting together different communication narratives to help solicit donations and show the impact of the Federation and its agencies.

The Charles A. Cohen Planned Giving & Endowment Department provides the resources to meet the challenges and needs of the Indianapolis Jewish community for today and tomorrow. The team manages $100 million in Endowment gifts.

Skills:

  • Strong Interviewing and writing experience
  • Balancing multiple tasks
  • Ability to meet strict deadlines

This is a paid internship through the Samuel Kroot Internship Program at the Federation. The internship is 190 hours. Hours per week and duration are flexible based on intern’s availability and project needs.

This position does not require the individual to be on-site but may require occasional in-person meetings. Interviews may be held via Microsoft Teams, telephone, Zoom or in-person, as the intern sees fit.

To apply, please complete the application and send it along with a resume and project examples (if any) to Andrea Kruszynski: akruszynski@jfgi.org. Deadline to apply is Friday, May 20.