The Dow Jones News Fund’s business reporting program has named interns for the Summer of 2023.

The business reporting program continues to be its largest, with two cohorts comprising 37 interns who will spend a week in New York City, learning the fundamentals of business reporting and sharpening their reporting skills.

The first group includes interns heading to 17 different newsrooms and the second group of interns will work at American City Business Journal publications in 10 markets around the country.

Paul Gladera professor and director of the McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute at The King’s College, directs both programs. Garry D. Howarddirector of corporate initiatives at American City Business Journals and a News Fund board member, founded and co-directs the ACBJ program.

The interns are:

American City Business Journals – Dow Jones News Fund Business Reporting Program

Auzinea BaconUniversity of Maryland, College Park, Washington Business Journal
Mikyhial ClarkeTemple University, Philadelphia Business Journal
Shaheer NaveedSt. John’s College, Santa Fe, Albuquerque Business First
Sergio PadillaSt. John’s University, San Antonio Business Journal
Sarah Perkel, University of Miami, South Florida Business Journal
Samuel Petruccelli, Boston University, Boston Business Journal
Keya RiveraUniversity of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Pacific Business News
Ayesha Hana ShajiUniversity of Texas at Arlington, Dallas Business Journal
Terell WrightConnecticut College, Atlanta Business Chronicle
Natalie WuNorthwestern University, San Francisco Business Times

Dow Jones News Fund Business Reporting Program

isabella aldreteBarnard College, Employee Benefit News (Arizent)
Christina BakerPennsylvania State University, Bond Buyer (Arizent)
Annabel BurbaNew York University, National Mortgage News (Arizent)
Siena ChristophersonTemple University, Advertising Specialty Institute
Mariana DuránPomona College, American Banker (Arizent)
Elizabeth EganUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The News & Observer
Audrey ElsberryUniversity of South Carolina, The Charlotte Observer
Anna Fifelski, University of Michigan, Detroit News
Charles GorrivanUniversity of St. Andrews, American Banker (Arizent)
Abigail HamCalvin University, Automotive News
Melinda HuspenThe King’s College, Digital Insurance (Arizent)
Dylan ManfreUniversity of Maryland, College Park, TAPinto Newark
Charlotte MatherlyJames Madison University, Richmond BizSense
Katie Mogg, Northeastern University, The Wall Street Journal
Elijah Nicholson-MessmerNortheastern University, Financial Planning (Arizent)
Stephen PastisUniversity of South Carolina, Fortune
Jake Christopher PiazzaDuke University, Pacific Coast Business Times
Max ScheinblumUniversity of New Hampshire, VTDigger
Miles SchachnerColumbia University, Crain’s New York Business
Noah SheidlowerColumbia University, Insider
Rachel ShinYale University, Fortune
Lydia Their LordUniversity of California, Berkeley, Bay City News Foundation
Three SpencersOhio University, BusinessDen
Victor SwezeyColumbia University, Royal Media Group
Isabella Martinez WarrenCornell University, Automotive News
Ngai YeungUniversity of Southern California, The Wall Street Journal
Hannah ZieglerUniversity of Maryland, College Park, Barron’s

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