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4 Dec, 2017
4 Dec, 2017
Deutsche Welle are looking for young people from all over the world interested in a comprehensive, exceptional quality journalism program with an international broadcaster. Candidates should have journalism experience or be passionate about switching to journalism from technology/IT, economics or the sciences.
Applications are now been accepted for the 2018 DW journalism traineeship.
DW are looking for open-minded people full of creative ideas. The program covers the range of skills a journalist of the future needs: TV moderation, multimedia storytelling, data journalism, social media and virtual reality – in seminars, workshops and of course the DW editorial offices and our correspondent bureaux in Washington, Moscow and Brussels. DW trainees are involved in long-term innovative, international projects and have been honored in past years with the CNN Journalism Award and the Grimme Prize
Deutsche Welle’s new traineeship is designed for inquisitive, open-minded, critical journalists who view journalism as more than a profession – for them it’s a passion. Trainees require some journalism experience and above all linguistic talents.
We’re looking for:
For the bilingual DW traineeship are looking for:
Candidates must also have completed a university or college degree or apprenticeship.
At the core of the training is a total of six months of theory and practice-oriented seminar blocks looking at everything from journalism basics and live reports to data-driven journalism and mobile reporting. Multimedia is not just a buzzword here – it’s how we work. And it’ll be the way you work, too – in seminars, editorial departments and your final project. By the end of the traineeship you’ll be an expert in multimedia storytelling.
Deutsche Welle’s new, redesigned traineeship offers the complete ABC of journalism from live television reporting to multimedia storytelling. The 18-month multimedia traineeship is for online, radio and television and comprises:
DW journalism traineeship
Three innovative, practice-oriented seminars are at the core of Deutsche Welle’s traineeship. The blocks lasts two months each and are conducted in English and German.
As part of the traineeship you’ll complete internships with the editorial departments at Deutsche Welle and Deutschlandradio. The internships are chosen to reflect your interests and talents.
This is where you have a chance to organize your own internship just about anywhere in the world. We’re available for tips and suggestions.
For More Information:
Application Deadline: January 29th 2018