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Catch up on the news about women worldwide from last week in our Cheers and Jeers column. 

Catch up on the news about women worldwide from last week in our Cheers and Jeers column

Need to catch up on all the news on women and girls from last week? We can help you out: http://womensenews.org/story/cheers-and-jeers/140808/france-oks-gender-law-girls-play-dumb-boys

Need to catch up on all the news on women and girls from last week? We can help you out: http://womensenews.org/story/cheers-and-jeers/140808/france-oks-gender-law-girls-play-dumb-boys

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QUICK! Catch up on last week’s top news for women and girls worldwide at Cheers and Jeers 08/02/2014!

QUICK! Catch up on last week’s top news for women and girls worldwide at Cheers and Jeers 08/02/2014!

Interning at Women’s eNews this fall could leave you feeling super smart! Find out how to apply below:
Editorial
Our interns are Women’s eNews cub reporters, working in Women’s eNews office in downtown Manhattan, thrown in the thick of covering news in the media capital of the world. Editorial interns are responsible for reporting, writing and posting news updates throughout the day and compiling the weekly Cheers and Jeers. We also ask our interns to assist in some organizational tasks—fact-checking, mass mailings and photocopying, for example—but most interns have at least four stories published in their 10-week stint withWomen’s eNews.
Interns work closely with Women’s eNews editors and benefit from one-to-one coaching on news writing and careful editing. The final product, a Women’s eNews feature, is distributed to every major media outlet in the U.S. and to readers in more than 90 nations.
Qualifications: Strong news writing skills, knowledge of AP stylebook, at least three years of college, interest in current events, familiarity with women’s issues.
To apply: Send cover letter with story ideas, resume and writing sample to juhie@womensenews.org. Write “internship” in the subject line.
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Development
Development interns learn the inner workings of a non-profit, working closely with the editor in chief and director of operations to develop special projects, track grants and regular donations made to Women’s eNews and assist with event preparation. We also ask our interns to assist in some organizational tasks—fact-checking, mass mailings and photocopying, for example—but you will find you leave this position with much more than an intimate relationship with the office printers.
Qualifications: At least three years of college, strong writing skills, interest in current events, familiarity with women’s issues.
To apply: Send cover letter, resume and writing sample to perrie@womensenews.org. Write “development internship” in the subject line.
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Marketing
Marketing Interns must embrace every aspect of the busy office turning at times to writing, fundraising and event planning. Marketing interns are responsible for the weekly press release detailing Women’s eNews' daily stories, assisting in social network updating and search engine optimization, researching new contacts for partnerships and advertising and working on Women’s eNews special projects. We also ask our interns to assist in some organizational tasks—fact-checking, mass mailings and photocopying, for example—but most interns can expect to have worked on several projects, if not reached a project outcome in their 10-week stint.
Interns work closely with the director of marketing and other Women’s eNews staff.
Qualifications: At least three years of college, strong writing and communication skills, interest in current events, familiarity with women’s issues
To apply, send cover letter, resume and writing samples to: charlotte@womensenews.org. Write “marketing internship” in the subject line.

Interning at Women’s eNews this fall could leave you feeling super smart! Find out how to apply below:

Editorial

Our interns are Women’s eNews cub reporters, working in Women’s eNews office in downtown Manhattan, thrown in the thick of covering news in the media capital of the world. Editorial interns are responsible for reporting, writing and posting news updates throughout the day and compiling the weekly Cheers and Jeers. We also ask our interns to assist in some organizational tasks—fact-checking, mass mailings and photocopying, for example—but most interns have at least four stories published in their 10-week stint withWomen’s eNews.

Interns work closely with Women’s eNews editors and benefit from one-to-one coaching on news writing and careful editing. The final product, a Women’s eNews feature, is distributed to every major media outlet in the U.S. and to readers in more than 90 nations.

Qualifications: Strong news writing skills, knowledge of AP stylebook, at least three years of college, interest in current events, familiarity with women’s issues.

To apply: Send cover letter with story ideas, resume and writing sample to juhie@womensenews.org. Write “internship” in the subject line.

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Development

Development interns learn the inner workings of a non-profit, working closely with the editor in chief and director of operations to develop special projects, track grants and regular donations made to Women’s eNews and assist with event preparation. We also ask our interns to assist in some organizational tasks—fact-checking, mass mailings and photocopying, for example—but you will find you leave this position with much more than an intimate relationship with the office printers.

Qualifications: At least three years of college, strong writing skills, interest in current events, familiarity with women’s issues.

To apply: Send cover letter, resume and writing sample to perrie@womensenews.org. Write “development internship” in the subject line.

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Marketing

Marketing Interns must embrace every aspect of the busy office turning at times to writing, fundraising and event planning. Marketing interns are responsible for the weekly press release detailing Women’s eNews' daily stories, assisting in social network updating and search engine optimization, researching new contacts for partnerships and advertising and working on Women’s eNews special projects. We also ask our interns to assist in some organizational tasks—fact-checking, mass mailings and photocopying, for example—but most interns can expect to have worked on several projects, if not reached a project outcome in their 10-week stint.

Interns work closely with the director of marketing and other Women’s eNews staff.

Qualifications: At least three years of college, strong writing and communication skills, interest in current events, familiarity with women’s issues

To apply, send cover letter, resume and writing samples to: charlotte@womensenews.org. Write “marketing internship” in the subject line.

All the news you need to know about women and girls last week.
Today’s breaking news at: http://womensenews.org/breaking-news

All the news you need to know about women and girls last week.

Today’s breaking news at: http://womensenews.org/breaking-news

katiecouric:

"I don’t see gender as being the whole explanation, by any means, of what happened…" 
Watch my full interview with Jill Abramson. 

“If the newspaper’s owners had done better hiring long ago, aspirants of all persuasions, genders and colors would fail or succeed at their requisite speeds. And thus the loss of Abramson would not appear as the loss of the only redwood in the forest.” - Betsy Wade, staffer for The New York Times for 45 years and an active member of its women’s caucus. 

katiecouric:

"I don’t see gender as being the whole explanation, by any means, of what happened…"

Watch my full interview with Jill Abramson.

If the newspaper’s owners had done better hiring long ago, aspirants of all persuasions, genders and colors would fail or succeed at their requisite speeds. And thus the loss of Abramson would not appear as the loss of the only redwood in the forest.” - Betsy Wadestaffer for The New York Times for 45 years and an active member of its women’s caucus. 

(via yahoonews)

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By investigating the economics of leaving an abusive relationship through extensive interviews with survivors across the UK. Women’s eNews and British reporter Jess McCabe will highlight women’s voices on this issue and analyze how the economic impact of domestic violence is changing.
Support her fundraising efforts to create this ground-breaking, international series: http://www.catapult.org/project/why-didnt-she-just-leave

By investigating the economics of leaving an abusive relationship through extensive interviews with survivors across the UK. Women’s eNews and British reporter Jess McCabe will highlight women’s voices on this issue and analyze how the economic impact of domestic violence is changing.

Support her fundraising efforts to create this ground-breaking, international series: http://www.catapult.org/project/why-didnt-she-just-leave

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