Do you have strong positions and fresh perspectives on the current state of America and world affairs? Do you feel that modern reporting is lacking the Voice of youth that is integral to the future of our world? Apply to write for The Pavlovic Today!
Apply to become the Voice of your generation at The Pavlovic Today.
Write about The Trump administration, global affairs, Congress, gun control, gender equality, etc from the standpoint of your generation.
Whether you are interested in politics, an expert in any field, or simply a critical thinker looking to share your Voice with an engaged audience we want to hear from you. Our goal is for this to be a pivotal experience in your professional development.
Becoming a Gen Z Voice will give you an opportunity to take your experience outside of the classroom with the opportunity to be published! Current undergraduate students are eligible to apply. Positions are unpaid.
How to Apply
Send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit an original response to the social and/or political event that caused your attention. Your response should be up to 1000 words.
Gen Z Voices about their experience at The Pavlovic Today
The Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto:
“Former Munk One student Sayeh Yousefi is interning at the White House Press Corps for The Pavlovic Today where she is applying her global affairs knowledge acquired at the Munk School.” read more here
” The White House Press Corps Internship for The Pavlovic Today, working as a journalist at the pinnacle spot of political reporting, brought with it a revelation of the real power of democracy” — Sayeh Yousefi, Editor of Naked Opinion for The Pavlovic Today
Read about Sayeh’s experience here
Pavlovic Today’s White House News Desk intern, Yeji Lee, shares her insights on the future of journalism and how working with The Pavlovic Today prepared her for studying at the prestigious Columbia School of Journalism.
“Before working with The Pavlovic Today, I’d written a lot of lifestyle and general opinion pieces. I never really learned how to write a political article. The formatting, and what I should and shouldn’t include in the article, and all the intricacies of political writing – all the pieces that you would never learn by yourself. Ksenija really guided me into what I should and shouldn’t be doing with the information available to write the articles.” — Yeji Lee
Read about Yeji’s experience here