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Get to know the details of the ASME internship program
*Findings based on 2016-2017 collective data
Curated by Tyler Chin, Hunter Frint and Jacqueline Neber
54% of our interns are placed within the "Big Four" publishing houses – Condé Nast, Hearst, Time Inc. and Dotdash Meredith Corporation.
of all applicants, on average, are accepted into the program.
The following publications have had at least 10 ASME interns in the last 10 years:
Other host publications where interns have found professional growth include:
ASME interns have statistically gone onto more successful careers at these titles than any other organizations in the industry:
of the class of 2016 are pursuing non-journalism degrees at their universities and colleges.
the minimum weekly salary for ASME interns, before tax. Average hourly income for the class of 2016 was $11.25.
of alumni since 1996 have gone into "writer" "reporter" or "editor" jobs.
70% of our interns have come from schools in these states
2017 interns have come from universities, colleges in these states
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