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Job opportunities at Charlottesville Tomorrow


News Interns at Charlottesville Tomorrow are trained as staff reporters to cover local government meetings and events producing articles for publication on our website and in many cases with our media partners (The Daily Progress).

Interns also assist with events, social media and provide general administrative and research support.

Successful applicants will have strong computer and writing skills, the ability to work independently and as part of a team, and possess a strong interest in local government gained through educational or professional experience on issues such as land use, transportation, community design and public education.

  • Download complete position description (Adobe PDF)
  • Interns receive a stipend based upon an hourly wage of $11.00/hr.
  • For summer 2019 internships, deadline is Friday, March 1, 2019
    • Summer internships are generally expected to begin in late May/early June.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Dan Hennicke,

Our past interns

Semester Interns at Charlottesville Tomorrow

  • Brielle Entzminger, University of Virginia, Summer 2018 [articles]
  • Bryauna Kralik, Virginia Commonwealth University, Summer 2018 [articles]
  • Gracie Kreth, University of Virginia, Summer 2018 [articles]
  • Emily Hays, Yale, Spring - Summer 2018 [articles]- Emily Hays became a staff reporter in 2018
  • Julie Zink, University of Virginia, Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 [articles]
  • Kayli Wren, Brown University, Summer 2017 [articles]
  • Talia Wiener, College of William & Mary, Summer 2017 [articles]
  • Tim Dodson, University of Virginia, Summer 2017 [articles]
  • Josh Mandell, Yale, Fall 2016 [articles] - Josh Mandell became Charlottesville Tomorrow's Education & Business Reporter in 2017
  • Tim Dodson, University of Virginia, Summer 2016 [articles]
  • Lauren Kaminski, George Mason University + Trinity College
  • Noah Zeidman, University of Virginia, Summer 2016 [articles]
  • Grace Paine, Yale University, Summer 2015 [articles]
  • Elise Cruz, Northland College + University of Virginia, Summer 2015 [articles]
  • Lacey Naff, Bridgewater College, Fall 2014 - Spring 2015 [articles]
  • Ana Mir, University of Virginia, Fall 2014 [articles]
  • Emily Berg, Williams College, Summer 2014 [articles]
  • Michelle Delgado, University of Virginia, Summer 2014 [articles]
  • Reuben Jones, George Mason University + NYU, Summer 2014 [articles]
  • Effie Nicholaou, University of Virginia, Spring 2014 [articles]
  • Maggie Ambrose, University of Virginia, Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 [articles]
  • Andrew Quarles, University of Mary Washington, Summer 2013 [articles]
  • Claudia Elzey, University of Virginia, Summer 2013 [articles]
  • Tim Shea, University of Mary Washington + Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 [articles] - Tim Shea became Charlottesville Tomorrow's first Education Reporter in 2013
  • Ian Lamb, University of Virginia, Summer 2012 [articles]
  • Courtney Beale, Virginia Tech, Spring-Summer 2012 [articles]
  • Kurt Walters, Brown University, Fall 2011
  • Tracie Calber, University of Virginia, Summer 2011
  • Frank Muraca, George Mason University, Summer 2011
  • Jean Feroldi, University of Virginia, 2010-2011
  • Jason Ha, University of Virginia, Spring 2011
  • Bridgett Lynn, George Washington University, Summer 2010
  • Tarpley Ashworth, University of Virginia, Fall 2009
  • Connie Chang, University of Virginia, Fall 2009
  • Julia Glendening, University of Virginia, Summer 2009
  • Daniel Nairn, University of Virginia, Fall 2008 - Spring 2009
  • Ben Doernberg - Summer 2008
  • Kendall Singleton, University of Virginia, Fall 2007
  • Will Faulconer - Summer 2007
  • Claiborne Thompson - Summer 2006
  • Andrew Owen - Spring 2006
  • Lyle Solla-Yates - Fall 2005

Past Fellows at Charlottesville Tomorrow

  • Fania Gordon, University of Virginia Public Service Fellow (2008-09)
    Masters Program, Urban & Environmental Planning, University of Virginia