Dow Jones News Fund names biz journalism interns

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The Dow Jones News Fund will train more than 100 college students to work this summer in paid internships in 77 newsrooms around the country. This represents the largest class in nearly a decade and one of the most diverse in the Fund’s history.

Twenty-nine interns will attend the News Fund’s virtual business reporting program, led by Paul Glader, a professor and director of the McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute at The King’s College.

Ten other business reporting interns will attend a virtual training session led by Glader and Garry D. Howard, director of corporate initiatives at American City Business Journals, before reporting to work at ACBJ publications in 10 markets around the country.

Howard, a News Fund board member and an alumnus of the 1981 editing program, created the DJNF-ACBJ partnership in 2015.

AMERICAN CITY BUSINESS JOURNALS – DOW JONES NEWS FUND BUSINESS REPORTING PROGRAM

Ahmari Anthony, Howard University, Washington Business Journal

Samuel Barnett, Columbia University, Puget Sound Business Journal

Nakylah Carter, North Carolina A&T State University, Triad Business Journal

Carlos Fuentes, University of Portland, Portland Business Journal

Jacob Maranda, St. Olaf College, Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal

Trae Mitchell, Morgan State University, Baltimore Business Journal

Nienke Onneweer, Arizona State University, Phoenix Business Journal

Sergio Padilla, St. John’s University, San Antonio Business Journal

Meera Raman, Boston University, Boston Business Journal

Ayesha Hana Shaji, University of Texas at Arlington, Dallas Business Journal

DJNF BUSINESS REPORTING PROGRAM

Joshua Abbott, University of Oregon, Herald and News (Adams Publishing Group)

André Beganski, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, Decrypt.co

Nathan Bek, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, GeekWire

Ganny Belloni, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Digital Insurance (Arizent)

Brooke Bisceglia, Lehigh University, Advertising Specialty Institute

Marina Cemaj Hochstein, George Washington University, National Mortgage News (Arizent)

Jesús Chapa Malacara, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, Capital & Main

Filip De Mott, James Madison University, Richmond BizSense

Matthew Geiger, Ohio University, BusinessDen

Drew Goretzka, Michigan State University, Automotive News

Paige Hagy, The King’s College, American Banker (Arizent)

Rya Jetha, Pomona College, Bay City News Foundation

Myesha Johnson, Michigan State University, The Detroit News

Ayse Kelce, Baruch College, The Wall Street Journal

Nyah Marshall, Howard University, Advertising Specialty Institute

William McCormack, Yale University, Barron’s

Irving Mejia-Hilario, Wayne State University, Automotive News

Christine Mui, Harvard University, Fortune

James Pothen, New York University, Inside Climate News

Andrés Rendon, Ithaca College, New York Cannabis Insider

Gabriel Rivera, Baruch College, Bond Buyer (Arizent)

Gisela Salim, Columbia University, Barron’s

Jem Shin, Wesleyan University, Financial Planning (Arizent)

Jennifer Sor, University of California, Santa Barbara, Insider

Julia Staley, Georgetown University, Pacific Coast Business Times

Quratulain Tejani, New York University, Barron’s Advisor

Rina Torchinsky, University of Maryland, The Wall Street Journal

Victoria Zhuang, Columbia University, American Banker (Arizent)

Jacob Zinkula, Columbia University, Insider