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- Internships, WSHU
- May 22, 2018
WSHU Managing Editor JD Allen Discusses Story with Sydney Corwin By Sydney Corwin This semester I was a news intern with WSHU Public Radio. WSHU is based in Connecticut, but it has a Long Island Bureau with its office in the library. They have an internship program for Stony Brook students, which I learned aboutREAD MORE
By Daniella Rodriguez-Rebolledo During my time at The Messenger Papers, I have learned a great deal about print, writing and sticking up for yourself. The weekly paper covers three townships: Smithtown, Islip and Brookhaven. Each of these townships receives the same copy of The Messenger, with the exception of a few township specificREAD MORE
By Stamatina Douzenis My story starts when I was born to a family that could pass for characters of My Big Fat Greek Wedding. It was practically a rite of passage for me to be the family’s translator – constantly alternating between English and Greek during doctors’ visits,READ MORE
By Izabelle Dessi During this past semester I was given the opportunity to work with Skollar PR as an intern. Throughout the semester I was able to help with creating press releases, pitch letters, and pitch decks, sending emails to news outlets and clients, create publicity schedules for the clients (this includes a listREAD MORE
By Janet Chow During my Fall 2022 Internship, I worked as an WSHU News Intern, covering arts, music, and entertainment news. I conducted interviews with organizations around Long Island and Connecticut. I wrote web copies and “cut and copies,” so the piece could be heard on the radio for their segment called “All Things Considered,”READ MORE
Vinny Ball | WSHU
Suffolk County officials have unveiled their updated plan to limit the spread of southern pine beetles and to restore areas they’ve devastated.