Native English speakers with some experience in journalism and editing can apply for this internship.

 

Weekly English-language newspaper Yemen Times is looking for editorial interns for a seven-month internship including proof reading, editing and writing features/news.

 

Arabic knowledge is an advantage but not required. Prior experience living in Yemen is favorable.

 

The internship provides accommodation and a residency permit but interns must cover their own travel and living expenses. Internships begin in April.

 

Interested candidates must send their resumes with cover letters here.

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