Are you a media enthusiast looking to learn, gain precious hands-on professional experience and get paid?
KosovaLive’s is calling youth ages 18-28 years old to apply for its award – winning Internship & Mentorship program, scheduled to begin in November and go through mid-December 2021.
The program has two phases.
1. During the beginning of November, up to 15 semi-finalists will attend intensive training for journalistic writing, camera, post-production, video editing, and social media marketing at KosovaLive.
2. During the months of November-December, 12 finalists will spend one month internship, with flexible hours in KosovaLive. During the time period they will be working on five articles with original photography. Interns will work with tutors and mentors, identifying resources, contacting them, and writing articles.
The five days of training are free of charge for the selected 15 participants. While, the internship at KosovaLive is rewarded with payment for the participant.
-Applicants must be willing and interested to partake in all components and must be dedicated to the program in order to receive the certificate of completion.
Who can register: 18-28 year olds
From: Anywhere in Kosovo (This opportunity is only for Kosovar-Born applicants who live in Kosovo)
There are: 12 spots
Working Language: Albanian
You must be: Unemployed or seeking employment
Who is this program for: This is great program for anyone interested in working as a journalist, video-journalist or related fields.
Selected applicants will be notified via email and text message. Please do not message, call or email KosovaLive for your application status. Please do not contact any KosovaLive staff member to ask about the status of your application. Applicants are selected through a commission of three persons, who vote on the most qualified applicants.
Deadline: 26 October 2021 (Time: 23:59)
You can apply through this link: https://forms.gle/wHtFPqNRowpAiqey8
The Project “Strengthening Independent Media and Promoting Safety of Journalists in Kosovo” is funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office through the British Embassy in Pristina and Albany Associates.