Due Date: December 15, 2019
Applications for the Thomson Reuters Journalism Training Program 2020 are now open. They are searching for clever, enthusiastic graduates or early-career press reporters to join their worldwide group of 2,500 text and visuals reporters and inform the stories that matter.
The Reuters news reaches a worldwide audience of more than 1 billion individuals every day. From politics and financing to sports and showbiz, they are dedicated to quick, precise and independent reporting. In whatever they do, they pursue insight and effect.
The Plan lasts 9 months, beginning September2020 Individuals will go through extensive month of training in London, then 8 months in a Reuters newsroom in among the list below nations: China, Singapore, UK, Mexico, South Africa, Egypt, Lebanon or United Arab Emirates. They likewise have the chance to end up being a personnel reporter or video reporter if they carry out highly.
- Effective prospects will be compensated in the currency of the bureau in which they are positioned, in line with worldwide Thomson Reuters policies
Candidates must have
- Clear dedication to a profession in journalism
- Shown capability to inform abundant stories in words, video or both
- Drive to develop sources and break news
- Capability to create initial, appropriate story concepts
- Fluency in spoken and composed English
- Fluency in appropriate languages, e.g. Mandarin, Cantonese, Arabic, Farsi, Spanish
Other helpful abilities (Not requirements)
- Approximately 3 years of expert journalism experience
- Shown capability to create special, agenda-setting stories
- Experience of shooting or modifying video
- Understanding of financing and economics
- Experience in information journalism or investigative reporting
- Photography abilities
- Extra languages (e.g. Portuguese for southern Africa)
- You must use straight by means of the professions website
- Please make sure that your CV disappears than 2 pages long and composed in English.
- All applications should be supported by a Cover Letter
For additional information, go to Reuters Journalism Training