The California Press Foundation’s four 2020 interns have been filing remotely with their host newsrooms. Here are links to their work:
Vivienne Aguilar (San Joaquin Delta College), “Pacific students take on pandemic with ‘Gone Viral’ art exhibit,” for the Lodi News-Sentinel.
Hannah Holzer (UC Davis), “Activists demand San Francisco defund police, reinvest in Black community,” for SF Weekly.
Nikki Ramirez (University of Redlands,) “How Joshua Tree businesses, visitors are navigating the COVID-19 pandemic,” for the Daily Press, Victorville.
Richard Tzul (CSU Los Angeles), “From Stonewall to George Floyd: Racial protests during Pride Month,” for the Lake County Record-Bee.
The students arranged their own internships with the host newsrooms. Cal Press provided each student a $2,500 stipend upon their internship’s start.
Applications are accepted each Fall from full-time 3.0+ GPA college sophomores, juniors or seniors pursuing journalism, advertising or marketing careers.
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