Call for Summer Interns with State of the Reunion

Want to get a foot in the door with an NPR multimedia program? Here's your chance. No pay, but the hours are reasonable, you can work from anywhere, and the experience is invaluable. Pass it along.


State of the Re:Union (SOTRU) is a dynamic NPR show that combines hour-long radio episodes with documentary shorts, video podcasts, images, music and written articles to reach audiences in new and exciting ways. With each episode SOTRU travels to a different American city or town to explore what makes a community, to discover the people who bring it together and understand the issues they face. We air on more than 200 stations across the US.

SOTRU currently has several openings for interns for our June 6 – September 15 summer production season. Interns will mainly be responsible for transcribing audio interviews, as well as special projects, including story research, pre-interviewing, and multimedia production.

As a SOTRU intern, you will also have the unique opportunity to listen in on editorial calls with our host, editor and radio producers as we shape each episode.

To be considered for this internship, you should have a strong creative background, solid writing skills and be able to take direction and work independently. Audio and video editing skills are very welcome. Our staff works remotely, and you can too; people anywhere in the US can apply. This internship is unpaid, and we generally ask for about 10 hours a week, sometimes more during busy weeks.

If interested, please submit your resume to:

Brenton Crozier, Multimedia Producer

Thank you for your interest in State of the Re:Union!

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