For journalism students, October through January is internship application season, a pressure cooker of equal parts excitement and anxiety. It’s our profession’s draft day. By mid-march, most of your classmates will have declared their intention to work at a journalism organization, like a prized NFL recruit putting on their team’s hat in front of a live studio audience. Don’t get left behind. Some of the applications for the most prestigious news organizations are due in a few weeks time, so work up the courage to request that letter of recommendation, update your résumé and figure out how stamps work. (via Here are 38 great journalism internships and fellowships for application season | Poynter.)

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