Internships

Do you care about the future of the Internet? Do you worry about corporate control of our media? Do you want to fight for your rights to connect and communicate?

Free Press offers unique internship and fellowship opportunities that allow you to put your skills and values to work on cutting-edge media policy debates. Free Press interns support our advocacy for universal and affordable Internet access, diverse media ownership, vibrant public media and quality journalism. Free Press interns are key members of our team and are involved in research, outreach, policy, development, communications and operations work.

We are committed to ensuring that every internship is meaningful. All internships and fellowships are designed to give students a chance to make a real impact on our work, develop new skills and network with leading media reform and civil rights organizations around the country.

In the past, interns have done amazing things:

  • Written blog posts like this and this
  • Conducted research like this
  • Helped create tools like this and this
  • Helped create photo essays like this

Free Press offers internship programs in our Massachusetts and Washington, D.C. offices for both undergraduate and graduate students. Choose the program that’s right for you.

What Do Past Interns Have to Say About Free Press?



People + Policy

= Positive Change for the Public Good

people + policy = Positive Change for the Public Good