Internships and Jobs at Wyoming Newspapers


The Jackson Hole Daily, a print/digital newspaper publishing six days a week from the scenic mountain town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is looking for part-time copyediting help this summer. Enhance your skill set a few afternoons a week while exploring the Tetons on your days off. Excellent English skills required. Knowledge of InDesign, AP style and interest in current events a plus. This is a paid internship (cool coworkers included). Please email resume and cover letter to Pamela Periconi, Daily editor, at by May 1.

The Douglas Budget in Douglas, WY, a weekly newspaper with a circulation of 4,150 serving a community with a population of 5,600 is seeking a least one intern position for the summer. Douglas is located off I25, and is only an hour south of Casper. It is also home to the Wyoming State Fair, Ayres Natural Bridge, top notch golf course, and much more. The internship will be paid, full-time from mid-May to the third week in August for the position of reporter covering general assignment with weekend duties. Must have photo experience and reliable transportation. To apply submit clips and letter/resume to Matt Adelman,

The Lovell Chronicle is a weekly publication with a circulation of 2,083, and serves the Lovell community with a population of 2,360. The paper is seeking one summer intern. Persons interested in the internship will need both photography and writing skills. This internship could turn into a hire. Spend your summer by the Big Horn Canyon National Recreation area and mountains, and work with a really fun crew. For more information, and to apply contact David Peck, Publisher, at David Peck told me this, “Students should know that a community weekly is a fantastic incubator where a young person would get to do and learn it all.”


General assignment reporter – Torrington Telegram

Community newspaper group in southeast Wyoming is looking to hire a general assignment reporter who will have the opportunity to cover a wide variety of topics as well as having some regularly assigned beats. Torrington is located in Wyoming’s “banana belt” and is known for its mild winters and abundant sunshine year-round. The small town is the county seat for Wyoming’s top agricultural area, but is close to many outdoor activities that most think of when picturing Wyoming.

Duties include government reporting, feature writing, spot news, etc. in and around Goshen County. Must be a good writer with a passion for accuracy. Photography skills a plus, but we are willing to train the right candidate. Full benefits, including paid vacations, health insurance and 401(k) plan also are included. Send resume and clips to Publisher Rob Mortimore at or Torrington Telegram, 2025 Main St., Torrington, WY, 82240. 307-532-2184.

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I'm a faculty member in Communication & Journalism at the University of Wyoming. At UW, I have taught online journalism, advanced new media, introduction to mass media, politics and media, and alternative media. At Ohio State, where I got my PhD, I taught research methods, news reporting and writing, visual communication, and persuasion. My reserach focuses on political communication, emerging media platforms, and entertainment media. In my spare time, I love to play with my daughters, hang out with my family, cook, hike, jog, read, and blog.