Tuesday 22 June 2021

Fall Journalism Intern Program in Costa Rica Starts In November

COSTA RICA NEWS – What better place to learn the fundamentals of modern day journalism than in a tropical paradise? This Fall a new journalism intern program is opening its doors in Costa Rica.

atelier-mobile-newsIt boasts international instructors that are at the top of their respective fields to provide the most complete journalism experience. If your interests are radio podcast production, video editing and development or article writing and blog management, this is the program for you. Send us an email at:

The intern program is for six weeks beginning on November 9 and runs to the middle of December, held in Playa Hermosa (Puntarenas, south of Playa Jacó), with some of the best surf in the country.

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The program offers international instructors that are at the top of their respective fields to provide the most complete journalism experience, residential accommodation in a comfortable dorm style environment in open-plan building that allows interns to interact with one another and help build team atmosphere.

But it’s not all work, fun is included, after all you will be in paradise. On weekends the fun includes sailing in a catamaran in Tamarindo, zip lining through Monteverde and hiking the Manuel Antonio national park.

Today’s journalism allows one to work from anywhere. So, what better way then to learn the art of preparing newspaper articles, introduction to online radio and podcasts and producing and editing videos, from an exotic location like Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. LEARN ABOUT LIFE IN A NEW CULTURE!

The internship program is being operated by the Costa Rican Times.

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For more information about the program, contact rico@theqmedia.com

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