Be a Bulletin Intern!

  • Do you like to write?
  • Do you enjoy talking to people about their jobs, their businesses, their volunteer activities, their interests?
  • Are you curious about what makes a neighborhood tick?
  • Are you enrolled in a local college or university?

If you answered “yes” to these questions, why not apply for an internship at The Bulletin, the community newspaper of Pittsburgh’s East End? To download information on applying to our internship program, please click here.

What past interns have said about the experience

“This internship really taught me a lot about the production of a community newspaper, and the entire article-writing process. I think the most valuable thing I learned was paying much more attention to every word of my writing and the organization of my writing as a whole.”

─ Teresa, political science major, University of Pittsburgh, Bulletin intern, fall 2007


“Working at a community newspaper is a unique experience that allows you to accomplish a lot in a short period of time. Not only did I learn a lot about writing and what goes into the publication of a newspaper, but I learned about my community as well. I know I am a better writer because of my time at the Bloomfield-Garfield Bulletin.”

─ James, post-baccalaureate journalism major, Point Park University, Bulletin intern, summer 2008


“This internship was hands-on. I got an idea of what having a real job feels like…. I felt so professional….”

─ Caitlin, communications major, University of Pittsburgh, Bulletin intern, summer 2011


“I learned so much about my own skills and how to develop them… Accompanying [the editor] to various meetings was a particularly informative opportunity…”

─ Joshua, English major, University of Pittsburgh, Bulletin intern, fall 2011


“I learned so much from my time at The Bulletin and I really value the entire experience. Thank you so much for all the feedback on my stories this semester and for providing me with the opportunity to meet so many interesting people.”

─ Melinda, English & Economics major, University of Pittsburgh, Bulletin intern, spring 2012