As a nonprofit news organization, Pasquines lacks monetary resources to afford a staff. Our work is dependent upon the efforts of volunteers, contributors and interns. Join us and help make a difference. Here are the available positions we have:

Work from home

Your work with Pasquines will be online, submitting your assignments through Trello, and communicating with the rest of the team on Slack.

Hone your skills

Upon joining our team, you will be immersed in an environment where we constantly innovate, and aim to always learn something new.

Technology focused workplace

We seek to be pioneers, innovators and disruptors, not just in the areas we cover, but in how and which tools we use to spread information.

Flexibility

You set how much time you can dedicate to working with us, with positions that start at just 2 hours of weekly work requirements.

Join us as a Volunteer

Join us through our Internship

Political Affairs Intern Correspondent

Who are we?

Pasquines is a nonprofit news organization that publishes stories on ignored issues from the US territories, focusing on politics, policy, economy, technology, design and innovation.

 

What is the position?

The Political Affairs Intern Correspondents are the core of our work. They will be our content writers, and serve as journalists for the assigned topics, helping to guide our content in order to fulfill our mission. This position will focus on political affairs on the local elections of the territories, but also cover federal elections that impact the US territories, like the President, and the overall Congressional elections landscape.

 

What are the benefits?

While this position is unpaid, due to our status as a startup nonprofit, we aim to provide a rich learning environment to our interns. We focus on providing practical, essential skills to our team, that they can use as the launching pad for their careers. In the process, you will be helping us to promote uncovered stories about the neglected US territories and life in them. You also will be able to work entirely from home, gaining valuable experience that will help you in your career.

 

What are the job’s duties?

In the respective area:

  • Assist with news coverage, topic assignment
  • Help report, research and write breaking news and long-form journalism, including features, analyses, personality profiles, Q&As, among others
  • Contribute at least one (1) story every week
  • Monitor events in designated areas for development of stories

For these topics:

  • Local political issues
  • Local elections in government and political groups
  • Local electoral and political history
  • Polling, and electoral data analysis

 

Who are we looking for?

Pasquines is looking for students and recent graduates who wish to gain experience in the field of journalism, writing and policy.

 

Where do I apply?

You must submit your application at: https://pasquines.us/join-us/

Applications on other websites will not be considered.

 

We prefer candidates that:

  • Have knowledge of and comfort in writing about current events across beats
  • Have an entrepreneurial and independent streak, and the ability to stay motivated
  • Have good news judgment
  • Have concise and clever headline writing skills
  • Have a demonstrated ability to bring analysis and sharp angles to daily news stories
  • Have at least a basic understanding of the fast speed of web journalism and the importance of careful editing
  • Have some knowledge of SEO and social media

 

What is the compensation?

Pasquines is a non profit news organization run by volunteers, so unfortunately we are unable to offer pay at this time. We can however help you obtain college credit if so desired. Our unpaid internships comply with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Division’s Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

 

What is the deadline?

ASAP. We accept interns on a rolling basis, and therefore there is no hard deadline.

 

Social Media Intern Correspondent

Who are we?

Pasquines is a nonprofit news organization that publishes stories on ignored issues from the US territories, focusing on politics, policy, economy, technology, design and innovation.

 

What is the position?

The Intern Correspondents are the core of our work. They will be our promoters, and serve as social media producers for the assigned topics, helping to guide our promotion in order to fulfill our mission.

 

What are the benefits?

While this position is unpaid, due to our status as a startup nonprofit, we aim to provide a rich learning environment to our interns. We focus on providing practical, essential skills to our team, that they can use as the launching pad for their careers. In the process, you will be helping us to promote uncovered stories about the neglected US territories and life in them. You also will be able to work entirely from home, gaining valuable experience that will help you in your career.

 

What are the job’s duties?

In the respective area:

  • Assist with posts on social media account
  • Assist with remarketing efforts
  • Maintain accounts active and engage with readers as assigned
  • Monitor events in designated areas for development of stories

 

Who are we looking for?

Pasquines is looking for students and recent graduates who wish to gain experience in the field of social media, marketing and communications.

 

Where do I apply?

You must submit your application at: https://pasquines.us/join-us/

Applications on other websites will not be considered.

 

We prefer candidates that:

  • Have knowledge of and comfort in social media channels
  • Have an entrepreneurial and independent streak, and the ability to stay motivated
  • Have good news judgment
  • Have concise and clever headline writing skills
  • Have a demonstrated ability to foster engagement on social channels
  • Have at least a basic understanding of the fast speed of web journalism and the importance of careful editing
  • Have some knowledge of SEO and social media

 

What is the compensation?

Pasquines is a non profit news organization run by volunteers, so unfortunately we are unable to offer pay at this time. We will however help you obtain college credit if so desired.

 

What is the deadline?

ASAP

We accept interns on a rolling basis, and therefore there is no hard deadline.

Human Resources & Recruitment Intern Coordinator

Who are we?

Pasquines is a nonprofit news organization that publishes stories on ignored issues from the US territories, focusing on politics, policy, economy, technology, design and innovation.

 

What is the position?

The Human Resources & Recruitment Intern Coordinator will assist Pasquines in managing staff, interns, volunteers and recruitment through our different tools like Zenefits and Internships.com. This position will also help us with benefit management and professional development opportunities.

 

What are the benefits?

While this position is unpaid, due to our status as a startup nonprofit, we aim to provide a rich learning environment to our interns. We focus on providing practical, essential skills to our team, that they can use as the launching pad for their careers. In the process, you will be helping us to promote uncovered stories about the neglected US territories and life in them. You also will be able to work entirely from home, gaining valuable experience that will help you in your career.

 

What are the job’s duties?

  • Assist with personnel management
  • Recruit applicants for vacant positions as needed
  • Assist with vetting processes
  • Maintain all personnel and recruiting platforms up to date

 

Who are we looking for?

Pasquines is looking for students and recent graduates who wish to gain experience in the field of human resources, personnel management and recruitment.

 

Where do I apply?

You must submit your application at: https://pasquines.us/join-us/

Applications on other websites will not be considered.

 

We prefer candidates that:

  • Have some knowledge and interest in human resources, recruiting and personnel management
  • Have an entrepreneurial and independent streak, and the ability to stay motivated on their own
  • Have concise and clever headline writing skills
  • Have a demonstrated ability to bring analysis and creative ideas
  • Have some knowledge of SEO and social media

 

What is the compensation?

Pasquines is a non profit news organization run by volunteers, so unfortunately we are unable to offer pay at this time. We will however help you obtain college credit if so desired.

 

What is the deadline?

ASAP. We accept interns on a rolling basis, and therefore there is no hard deadline.

Puerto Rico Affairs Intern Correspondent

Who are we?

Pasquines is a nonprofit news organization that publishes stories on ignored issues from the US territories, focusing on politics, policy, economy, technology, design and innovation.

 

What is the position?

The Intern Correspondents are the core of our work. They will be our content writers, and serve as journalists for the assigned topics, helping to guide our content in order to fulfill our mission.

 

What are the benefits?

While this position is unpaid, due to our status as a startup nonprofit, we aim to provide a rich learning environment to our interns. We focus on providing practical, essential skills to our team, that they can use as the launching pad for their careers. In the process, you will be helping us to promote uncovered stories about the neglected US territories and life in them. You also will be able to work entirely from home, gaining valuable experience that will help you in your career.

 

What are the job’s duties?

In the respective area:

  • Assist with news coverage, topic assignment
  • Help report, research and write breaking news and long-form journalism, including features, analyses, personality profiles, Q&As, among others
  • Contribute at least one (1) story every week
  • Monitor events in designated areas for development of stories

For these topics:

  • Local Puerto Rico government and policy issues
  • Local Puerto Rico elections in government and political groups
  • Financial Oversight & Management Board issues
  • Local history

 

Who are we looking for?

Pasquines is looking for students and recent graduates who wish to gain experience in the field of journalism, writing and policy.

 

Where do I apply?

You must submit your application at: https://pasquines.us/join-us/

Applications on other websites will not be considered.

 

We prefer candidates that:

  • Have knowledge of and comfort in writing about current events across beats
  • Have an entrepreneurial and independent streak, and the ability to stay motivated
  • Have good news judgment
  • Have concise and clever headline writing skills
  • Have a demonstrated ability to bring analysis and sharp angles to daily news stories
  • Have at least a basic understanding of the fast speed of web journalism and the importance of careful editing.
  • Have some knowledge of SEO and social media

 

What is the compensation?

Pasquines is a non profit news organization run by volunteers, so unfortunately we are unable to offer pay at this time. We will however help you obtain college credit if so desired.

 

What is the deadline?

ASAP

We accept interns on a rolling basis, and therefore there is no hard deadline.

Pasquines is committed to building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and everyone is encouraged to apply. Pasquines is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, age, or any other status protected by applicable national, federal, state, or local law.

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