Dow Jones News Fund names Summer 24 biz reporting interns


The Dow Jones News Fund has named 31 students as business reporting interns for the Summer of 2024.

The business reporting program continues to be the News Fund’s largest.

American University will host 10 business reporting interns in Washington, D.C. The training will focus on the intersection of business and government regulations, covering topics such as the workplace, technology, small business and student loans. The program will be led by Paul Albergo, former Bloomberg Industry Group executive editor.

Another group of business reporters will meet in New York City to learn how to cover the major economic forces in America while refining their writing, pitching and interviewing skills. This program will be led by Sara Silver, chair of business journalism at Quinnipiac University.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the American City Business Journals-Dow Jones News Fund Business Reporting Program will return to New York City under the leadership of Garry D. Howard, director of corporate initiatives at American City Business Journals and a News Fund board member; and Silver. The training will prepare 10 interns to report in 10 different ACBJ markets this summer.

American City Business Journals – Dow Jones News Fund
Business Reporting Program
June 1-8 | New York City

Emmanuella Agyemang, Lehigh University, New York Business Journal
Auzinea Bacon, University of Maryland, College Park, Washington Business Journal
Melanie Faz, University of Texas at Austin, Austin Business Journal
Elise Harris, Vanderbilt University, Nashville Business Journal
Henry Liu, Georgetown University, Baltimore Business Journal
Kyle Nguyen, University at Buffalo, Philadelphia Business Journal
Sarah Perkel, University of Miami, South Florida Business Journal
Leonardo Rosas, University of Texas at Arlington, Dallas Business Journal
Maya Shavit, Boston University, Boston Business Journal
Ariel Smith, University of Nevada, Reno, Denver Business Journal

American University
Business Reporting Program
May 21-29 | Washington, D.C.

Aidan Bush, University of Florida, Royal Media
Georgia Hall, Davidson College, Automotive News
Phineas Hogan, Arizona State University, Advertising Specialty Institute
Graham Krewinghaus, Georgetown University, VTDigger
Karoline Leonard, University of Oklahoma, BusinessDen
Amira McKee, Columbia University, The Current
Cole Reynolds, Northwestern University, Bay City News Foundation
Hugo Rios, California State University, Fullerton, Royal Media
Ianne Salvosa, George Washington University, Richmond BizSense
Allison Wei, University of Michigan, Detroit News

Dow Jones News Fund
Business Reporting Program
May 18-26 | New York City

Christopher Buchanan, University of California, Los Angeles, American Banker (Arizent)
Riley Edenbeck, University of South Carolina, National Mortgage News (Arizent)
Layla Kennington, Tufts University, Bond Buyer (Arizent)
Amethyst Martinez, Rider University, Barron’s
Chrissa Olson, University of California, Berkeley, Inc. Media
Eva Roytburg, Emory University, Fortune
Victor Stefanescu, Boston College, The Wall Street Journal
Sabrina Ticer-Wurr, Columbia University, Financial Planning (Arizent)
John Towfighi, Columbia University, Business Insider
Benjamin Warren, Dickinson College, The Wall Street Journal
Seamus Webster, Boston University, Fortune

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