Fall Internships at Heritage Radio Network

We are looking to fill part time positions in the areas of research and radio, editorial, development, and social media. These are all six-month internships, 15 hours weekly (2 days per week), to begin mid-September. Positions are unpaid, but can be applied towards school credit. Interns at HRN have the opportunity to engage with a community of journalists, food producers, chefs and leaders (and go on some pretty great outings to farms, restaurants, museums, and more)!


Who are we looking for?
Working at HRN means making a serious commitment to improving the food system and helping to create an exceptional workplace. We are a passionate group of hard workers. While prior experience isn’t required, an interest in media, nonprofits, food, and/or agriculture is a huge plus.We’re looking for self-starters who are able to set priorities and work independently, but can also collaborate and work as a team. If you’re adaptable and comfortable with the evolving demands of a small, organization, you’ll fit in at HRN!

How to apply:
Submit resume, cover letter, and short writing sample to: [email protected]. Please indicate which internship(s) you are applying to in both your cover letter and the subject line of the email, for example: “Last Name, Development.”

Deadline to apply:
Friday, August 25th at 5pm ET



We’re a small team, so everybody helps out with various administrative duties. Your role at HRN will largely depend on your strengths, initiative, and what needs to be done on any given week.

You may apply for more than one position, but please indicate your preference(s) in your application.

Full descriptions of internship positions available here.


Research & Radio
The research & radio intern will help increase listenership, boost public awareness, and enhance engagement with our 34+ weekly shows and daily news coverage. You will curate existing HRN content through audio and web features, research and assist with planning interviews, and produce audio and editorial content about network activities and partners.

The editorial intern will take creative approach to writing, content management and promotion through editorial features. You will plan and produce editorial content about network activities and partners and write original content for the HRN blog.

The development intern with work closely with HRN’s Development and Membership Coordinator to grow individual membership, business sponsorship, underwriting support, and grant funding.

Social Media
The social media intern will work closely with HRN’s Communications Director on social media strategy for individual shows and news pieces. You will disseminate relevant content and news to HRN’s social media outlets.

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