HuffPost Black Voices Editorial Fellow

Company Description

The Huffington Post is a Pulitzer Prize-winning source of breaking news, features, and entertainment, as well as a highly engaged community for opinion and conversation. The Huffington Post has 97.5 million monthly global unique visitors (comScore, May 2014). The site has over 70,000 bloggers -- from politicians, students and celebrities to academics, parents and policy experts -- who contribute in real-time on the subjects they are most passionate about. The Huffington Post has editions in the UK, Canada, France, Spain, Italy, Japan, Maghreb, Germany, Brazil and South Korea. The Huffington Post is part of AOL Inc. (NYSE: AOL).

Job Description

Do you obsessively follow the latest news in the African-American community on every website, blog and Twitter account? Do you consider yourself a thought leader who approaches and discusses topics in fresh ways? Are you ready to be part of a team that both starts and continues conversations about issues that black audiences care about most? Then we want to hear from you. The Huffington Post Black Voices section is looking for a fellow to join our team. We want to find someone who is plugged into the community and is passionate about smartly covering both hard news, politics AND social commentary — and everything in between.


  • Recent graduate
  • Experience in reporting, writing and editing
  • Strong news judgment and sense of news ethics
  • Thorough knowledge of writing for both online and social media
  • Understanding of how to present in-community issues to the mainstream and vice versa
  • Must be comfortable multi-tasking and able to work independently and proactively

Additional Information

EEO/AA Women, Minorities, Veterans, Individuals with Disabilities Employer:  AOL offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including 401(k) match and performance bonus. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, and will not be discriminated against based on, race, gender, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or other protected category.

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