The Center for Collaborative Investigative Journalism (CCIJ) brings together investigative reporters, data scientists and visual storytellers to carry out ongoing investigations into key global issues.
CCIJ works in and with underserved communities and with journalists who in many cases would not have had the opportunity to participate in an international project.
One of their mission is to influence global discourse and spark policy change around the issues on which we work.
They also work with more than 170 journalists from more than 35 countries in Africa, South America, Asia, Europe, and North America.
CCIJ supports its members through editing, advising, identifying opportunities and providing training.
In addition to publishing their journalists’ work on CCIJ’s website, CCIJ partners with CNN Africa, The Guardian, The Boston Globe, NPR News, and a plethora of African news outlets to assist journalists in getting their work published in well-respected news sources.
CCIJ internd, are responsible for tasks that include the following: generating your own writing to be published on the CCIJ website; helping to run social media pages; developing new ways to highlight organizational partners and individuals; conducting research to support CCIJ core team members; and supporting our two CCIJ podcasts.
Interns also work closely with the CCIJ team to develop their own passions as a young reporter..
CCIJ is committed to helping our interns grow in whatever way is meaningful to them, whether that’s reporting, writing, communication, podcasting, interviewing, etc. Hours can be flexible.
To hear more about the CCIJ intern position contact Executive Director Jeff Kelly Lowenstein at email@example.com or +265991500730!