REBELE - Arts & Culture Intern

ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT INTERN: The San Francisco Chronicle is seeking a talented, dedicated and energetic intern for its award-winning arts, culture, and entertainment team. The job entails knowledge and proven skills in reporting, writing and digital preparation for stories about Bay Area arts and culture. The person we're looking for should have a basic knowledge of the Bay Area arts scene, good interviewing skills and creative thinking to find new and more effective ways of telling stories. The intern will work with the Chronicle's arts and entertainment editors to write reviews, news stories and features about arts and culture. Requirements: Experience writing about arts and culture, current work toward a college degree, computer literacy, knowledge, and experience in use of digital media as a storytelling device.


Please submit a resume, cover letter, and at least three work samples or a link to your portfolio by December 1st. In addition, candidates must meet all eligibility requirements of the Rebele program (

  • FYI - Stanford provides a stipend that pays for hours worked, therefore only current Stanford students will be considered


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