Careers and Opportunities
The New England News Collaborative is a regional hub of nine public media stations in the Northeast working together to coordinate news coverage, share reporting and advance best practices in all aspects of journalism.
We believe diversity in newsrooms — and in the stories we tell — strengthens our public media mission to inform and empower communities with trusted, accessible news.
We're looking for a 2023 Summer News Intern for the NENC! Check out our internship posting here.
Bookmark this page and stay informed of career opportunities at our partner stations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. Early-career and experienced journalists who want to opt into the NENC's private, internal database of prospective talent candidates may do so via this form.
Want to learn more about the New England News Collaborative and public media? NENC Executive Editor Vanessa de la Torre is available for virtual "office hour" chats. Sign up here.
NENC is a 2022 and 2023 Supporter of Think.Public.Media, a coalition of public media organizations recruiting at this year's affinity journalism conventions.
NENC sponsored the 2023 UNIFY Career Summit in Boston to support early-career journalists of color and emerging LGBTQ+ journalists.
NENC is a proud founding sponsor of NAHJ New England's "En hora buena" series, celebrating and highlighting prominent journalists of color who share insights in virtual lunchtime chats.
Connecticut Public is a community-supported public media service and the lead station of the New England News Collaborative. We are a member station of PBS and NPR, and parent company for Connecticut Public Radio (WNPR) and three television stations: Connecticut Public Television (CPTV); CPTV Spirit; and PBS Kids 24/7. We serve one million people each month through our television, radio and digital platforms. Click here for current job openings.
WSHU Public Radio
WSHU is a member station operated by Sacred Heart University in southern Connecticut, engaging our listeners every day with insightful, well-researched programming such as NPR News, classical music, award-winning local coverage and storytelling. Check here for job opportunities from WSHU, including IT manager.