[...] I've been turning students away because they want to be here so badly that they're willing to come here and try and find a part-time job, or do whatever they think it would take. The Boston Globe hires 10 summer interns who are paid $700 a week, along with one who is sponsored by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, says Paula Bouknight, assistant managing editor for hiring and development. Fuchs and Ernest Sotomayor, assistant dean of career services at Columbia University's journalism school, say their schools turned down the Inquirer's proposal.
Priceless? Will Skowronski American Journalism Review; Apr/May 2009; 31, 2; Docstoc pg. 16 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Fu
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