Intern at Reason's LA Office

Attention College Students and Recent Grads: Intern at Reason

Reason is accepting applications for the 2005 Burton C. Gray Memorial Internship. The intern works 10 weeks during the summer in our Los Angeles office and receives housing, a $2,000 stipend, and up to $400 in travel expenses. The job includes reporting and writing for Reason and Reason Online, helping with research, proofreading, and other tasks. Previous interns have gone on to work at such places as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ABC News--and Reason itself.

To apply, mail your resume, up to five writing samples--preferably published clips--and a cover letter to:

Gray Internship, c/o Matt Welch, Reason
3415 S. Sepulveda Blvd., #400
Los Angeles, CA 90034.

The deadline is March 25, 2005.

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    Now advertising for Matt Welch's temporary sex slave. :)

  • Matt Welch||

    Watch it, Gunnels! Just because I married French, doesn't mean I *live* like one....

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    Matt Welch,

    But you sure wish you did. :)

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    Kind of a quick deadline eh? I live in Japan...if it's postmarked by the 25th will I be alright? I know this isn't a sweepstakes, but a few days would do me good. Thanks!
    Michael

  • Matt Welch||

    Michael -- We've been hawking this for awhile.... If you have electronically available rez & clips, just send them to my e-mail address.

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