Since 1977, the National Journalism Center has trained aspiring journalists in the values of responsible, balanced, and accurate reporting.
Helping to revive objectivity in the news media landscape.
Spring 2022 Dates: Jan. 21 – April 8
Summer 2022 Dates: May 23 – Aug. 12
Paid internships that include weekly seminars and training from the best and brightest in media.
On-the-job training at the nation’s leading media outlets.
One America News Network
Voice of America
Santa Barbara News-Press
“I would recommend NJC to anyone who has a passion for policy, media, and following the news. NJC is one of the best introductions to DC and provides its students with incredible opportunities. Students will leave NJC more confident, better writers, and better prepared for the real world.”
University of Michigan
“The National Journalism Center helped me to plot my course between who I am now and who I would like to be in the future. I came away with lists of things I can actually apply to my life: skills I want to develop, internships I want to apply for, publications where I want to submit work, etc. My vision of the opportunities available to me as a young writer have dramatically expanded.”
Utah State University
“I have learned more about journalism this summer than during my entire college career thus far.”
Mississippi State University
“Being a part of the National Journalism Center has furthered my passion to pursue a career in journalism.”
North Carolina AT&T University
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“The National Journalism Center has been not only a major asset but a near-essential part of Newsmax’s Washington Bureau. And my endorsement is without qualification — NJC picks the best and brightest of today to be the finest journalists of tomorrow.”
— John Gizzi, Chief Political Columnist and White House correspondent, Newsmax