Stefano Agostinelli Internship Program
Stefano Agostinelli was an inspiring student and a devoted reader of National Review
–and this internship program, named in his honor, seeks to create opportunities for young writers to enter the world of journalism at one of the best opinion magazines in America.For more than four decades, National Review
has trained countless editorial interns in all facets of magazine and website journalism. Today, National Review
continues this tradition by teaching young journalists the ins and outs of reporting, editing, and social-media networking.The Student Free Press Association has joined with National Review
to create targeted internship opportunities for young writers who hope to explore careers in the media. The Stefano Agostinelli Internship Program, generously funded by Stefano’s father, Mr. Robert Agostinelli, will sponsor internships for college students and recent graduates at National Review
, under the guidance of Rich Lowry and National Review
’s editorial staff. These paid and unpaid internships will provide young journalists with a valuable introduction to the comprehensive operations of a leading magazine and its website. They will perform and be trained in any number of duties from editing and writing to comment reviewing, video and podcast preparation, social-media placement and outreach, and other aspects and functions of the magazine and its website.The Student Free Press Association urges all people and institutions who believe in the future of balanced journalism to support the Stefano Agostinelli Internship Program.
Andrew Johnson graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in journalism in 2012. He was a columnist for the Minnesota Daily during his time there, as well as contributed to and reported for other publications and websites.
Nathaniel Botwinick graduated from Yale University with a degree in history in 2011. He was a two-time NCAA All-American in fencing.
Noah Glyn is an alumnus of Rutgers University, where he wrote a column in The Daily Targum and contributed to numerous other publications.
Alexander K. Sherbany is a 2011 graduate of Harvard College, where he was managing editor of the Harvard Political Review.