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Your dream internship is possible at Northeast Valley News

If you think you’re ready to write and make content at the next level, we want you at NEVN

A public service announcement ad for and Scottsdale Community College’s Journalism program:

Do you want to write for the Arizona Republic?

Do you dream about a broadcast media career — sitting at the news desk, being in front of the camera?

Then you need to remember the initials — NEVN.

Because at Northeast Valley News, we’re your launching pad to the big stage and the bright lights of the media industry.

We are proud to have a working relationship with the Arizona Republic, where several of our student reporters have interviewed and even worked as an intern.

Reporters from our program have gone on to work at ASU’s State Press, as well as for other professional outlets in the Valley.

Enrolling in JRN 215 for the Spring 2022 semester will provide you the best training around for writing about Scottsdale Community College campus news, Phoenix-area sports, local and national politics, and much more!

Enrollment is open now! What are you waiting for?

For more information, contact NEVN Adviser Janet Richards at, or Assistant Managing Editor Jeremy Beren at
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