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Internship at the Irish Field

So this one has an application date that is fast approaching! I just recently saw this posted on Twitter and wanted to share. I love finding out about career opportunities in different countries. Currently applications are being taken for an internship at the Irish Field.  Note though: applications close on May 16!

So this position is one for journalists who are passionate about equestrian sports. The Irish Field internship runs from June 2017 until April 2018. So this position is for 10 months and is on offer in the editorial department of the Irish Field. As it says on their website:

“The intern will gain a broad range of experience and activities will include:

  • writing and editing equine-related stories and features, news gathering
  • updating social media channels
  • attending events representing The Irish Field
  • General support to the Irish Field team

This is a paid internship, based in Bluebell, Dublin 12. Full-time hours.”

For those who are interested, you can find out all the details here. There is an email address you can send your application to; be sure to make a note of the requirements for your resume and cover letter!

Would you Consider an Internship at the Irish Field? Applications Close May 16!

Would you Consider an Internship at the Irish Field? Applications Close May 16!

An Internship at the Irish Field

This sounds like a great opportunity for that person who wants a journalism career relating to horses. And if you’re someone who loves to write and who is interested in equestrian sports, then this may be a career you should look into. Journalism degrees are available to those interested. This qualification can lead to a career that focuses on writing about horse related sports/disciplines.

“My troubles are all over, and I am at home; and often before I am quite awake, I fancy I am still in the orchard at Birtwick, standing with my friends under the apple trees.” ― Anna Sewell, Black Beauty

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