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Boston Review’s Black Voices in the Public Sphere Fellowship is designed to prepare and support a more diverse generation of  journalists, editors, and publishers. The program  provides training, mentorship, networking opportunities, and workshops to two fellows each year.

Learn about our three cohorts of fellows so far: 2021–2022, 2022–2023, and 2023–2024.

Applications for the fellowship are currently closed. They will open for the 2024–2025 season in early 2024.

Paid Internships

Interns at Boston Review work on a variety of editorial and promotional projects and have an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of editing, producing, and marketing a publication for serious and demanding readers.

Full-time interns receive a stipend of $2,500; part-time  interns receive a prorated stipend. Stipends are paid in three installments over the course of the internship.

Application deadlines are as follows:

  • Summer term (June through August):  March 15
  • Fall term (September through December): August 15 
  • Spring term (January/February through May): December 11

Please understand that we cannot consider incomplete or late applications.

To learn more about our internships and to apply, visit our portal on Submittable. We do not accept applications by mail.

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