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reality blurred internships

An editorial, academic internship at reality blurred is about exploring your interests in television criticism, reporting, blogging, and/or editing. Interns receive training and mentorship, guided by what they want to learn.

reality blurred internships are remote and part-time, and open to anyone enrolled in a U.S. college or university age 18 or over who will receive academic credit for the internship. Interns will receive a stipend of $500 at the conclusion of the internship.

If you’re selected for an internship, you’ll meet with me, reality blurred creator and editor Andy Dehnart, at least once every week for the duration of the internship. Internships time commitments will depend upon your academic schedule and semester time, and the requirements of your internship course.

We’ll start by setting the goals for your internship, including the kinds of hands-on training you’d like to receive, whether that’s writing TV criticism or recaps; interviewing cast or producers; or diving into an investigative project. (Publication on reality blurred is a possibility, but neither guaranteed nor required.)

I’ve been an intern, worked with interns in corporate America, and helped journalism students find internships as the director of a university journalism program. All of that means it’s important to me that internships both follow federal law and are rich learning experiences.

How to apply

Applications are now being accepted for these terms:

  • Spring 2024 — open
  • Summer 2024 — open
  • Fall 2024 — open

Not required: An absurdly high GPA, a lengthy CV, dozens of glowing letters of recommendation, and other forms of traditional gatekeeping.

Instead, reality blurred interns will be selected based on the strength of their applications and writing.

To apply, simply complete the form below. I look forward to seeing your application!