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YES! Magazine provides internships for qualified individuals in the editorial  departments (both print and online), the education department, and the media and outreach department. Each internship offers a valuable work experience in a supportive and motivating work environment.


Here is our current crop of amazing interns:

Liz Brazile, Solutions Journalism Reporting Intern

Liz Brazile

Liz Brazile is an emerging reporter, writer, and editor hailing from the Midwest. Her career objective is to hone her skills as a long-form storyteller and watchdog reporter, bringing visibility to systemic social inequities and the people affected by them. Liz is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and recently won an award from the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists for her reporting on the second murder trial of a former cop who killed an unarmed, Black civilian during a 2015 traffic stop. She also writes and edits political commentary and cultural criticism pieces for Reclaiming My Time: The Blog: an online platform she founded in 2017 to highlight the voices of Black women writers and the issues they care about. She is also a contributing reporter for Rewire News, for which she has investigated racial discrimination in the mental health care system and violations of disability rights in public education.

Morgan Grady-Benson, Education Outreach Intern

Morgan Grady-BensonMorgan Grady-Benson is an educator, blogger, art activist and social justice writer. Morgan recently graduated with a degree in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies from Middlebury College, where she co-founded an arts activist group addressing rape culture and organized for racial justice and administrative change. Morgan is passionate about using humor and creative tools for powerful storytelling about injustice and the solutions we need for a better world. She is excited to bring her experience working with student writers and artists to her work at YES! Magazine. As the Education Outreach Intern, Morgan hopes to empower people of all ages to engage in social justice issues that affect our communities.