If you're a die-hard journalism student, you know your career isn't made in the classroom. It's made in the newsroom.
Scoring an internship over the summer — or any other time, really — is often the difference between finding a job after graduation and moving back in with your parents.
So, what are you waiting for? It's internship application season, the three-month window from October to December when newsrooms across America force harried editors to read clips from ambitious college students.