This 12 months would be the second time that the WSJ can have part-time spring interns, offering a chance for college kids to immerse themselves in our newsroom whereas persevering with to attend college. The part-time spring internship program was created to assist WSJ meet its dedication to recruit and construct a pipeline of high-potential, various candidates who deliver their diverse backgrounds, experiences and views into the newsroom.
Along with seven part-time interns, the winter/spring class contains one full-time intern.
Ariana Perez-Castells (Well being and Science, New York)
Ariana Perez-Castells reviews and writes in English and Spanish, and is excited by knowledge and investigative tales. Ariana was a 2022 summer time reporting fellow at The Texas Tribune, masking breaking information. Her writing has appeared in Univision, Metropolis Limits, The Texas Tribune, and The Bushwick Every day. She holds a grasp’s diploma in bilingual journalism from the Craig Newmark Graduate Faculty of Journalism on the Metropolis College of New York and a bachelor’s diploma in written arts and human rights from Bard School.
Kailyn Rhone (Careers & Office, New York)
Kailyn Rhone is a graduate pupil at New York College learning enterprise and financial reporting. Kailyn graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s diploma in publications from Florida A&M College. Throughout her undergrad, she interned at Tampa Bay Instances, the Texas Tribune and ProPublica. Her reporting has additionally appeared in Teen Vogue and the Tallahassee Democrat. In her spare time, she loves studying books and making YouTube movies.
Anna Mutoh (WSJ Professional, New York)
Anna Mutoh is a fellow on the Toni Stabile Middle for Investigative Journalism at Columbia College Graduate Faculty of Journalism. Anna has labored as a contract journalist for Japan’s NewsPicks, The New York Instances and The Wall Avenue Journal. She additionally had a 20-year profession within the monetary trade of which 15 had been spent at Goldman Sachs within the Equities Division in each New York and Tokyo, the place she managed institutional shoppers in gross sales and buying and selling. She has a bachelor’s diploma in historical past from Duke College. She performed Gaelic Soccer for the Japan Girls’s Group, and is at the moment taking a break from her triathlon profession, as she can also be a brand new mother.
Dia Gill (Actual-Time, New York)
Dia Gill is a senior at Columbia College learning sociology. At Columbia, Dia additionally serves because the managing editor for the college’s oldest, unbiased student-run newspaper, the Columbia Every day Spectator. She has additionally beforehand labored as a reporting intern for the Chicago Tribune, The Every day Beast, and the Queens’ Gazette. Initially from Indianapolis, Indiana, she is happy to dive into the world of New York finance via a journalistic lens on the Journal.
Zoe Kuhlkin (Podcast, New York)
Zoe Kuhlkin is a senior at Sarah Lawrence School in Bronxville, New York, the place she concentrates in historical past, politics, and audio journalism. All through her time in faculty, Zoe has accomplished a number of manufacturing internships with corporations like BronxNet Group Tv, Intuit-Mailchimp, and Sony Music Leisure. Born and raised in Fort Mill, South Carolina, she likes to learn, go on lengthy walks exterior, and see no matter is enjoying on the movie show.
Slav Velkov (Video, New York)
Slav Velkov is a senior double-majoring in movie & TV and visible arts at Fordham School at Lincoln Middle, the place he’s the vice chairman of the filmmaking membership. Most just lately, Slav interned as an assistant director for Lionsgate’s upcoming movie, “The Bagman.” His movies have participated in internationally-renowned festivals like The Large Apple Movie Pageant in New York and Glints’ RIFF, and his brief documentary “Change Bulgaria” had over a million complete views on Fb. Slav is from Bulgaria, and he’s keen about oil portray, ethics, and calisthenics.
Bharbi Hazarika (Digital Platform, New York)
Bharbi Hazarika is a graduate pupil at New York College learning concerning the intersection of reports, tech and enterprise in journalism. Beforehand, Bharbi labored for CNN Worldwide as a part-time producer. She has additionally interned on the Los Angeles Instances, and The Hindu and The Wire in India. She was additionally a part of The New York Instances Scholar Journalism Institute’s 2021 cohort. Born and raised in Assam, India, she likes to learn, prepare dinner and obsess over New York Metropolis’s historical past.
Eric Bazail-Eimil (Politics, Washington, D.C.)
Eric Bazail-Eimil is a senior at Georgetown College majoring in Latin American and African Research and minoring in French and Theology. Beforehand, Eric interned at NBC Information, working with the Meet the Press manufacturing and editorial groups, and staffing the community’s D.C. 2022 election evening operation. He was additionally an intern and freelancer at Motive and served on the editorial board of Georgetown’s paper of document, The Hoya. A proud Florida Cuban, Eric can usually be discovered cooking, training the piano, ingesting copious quantities of espresso, and attending Orangetheory lessons.