The National Italian American Foundation and i-Italy have partnered to offer 2 internship opportunities for recent Italian American graduates interested in building the basis for a career in media while furthering their proficiency in the Italian language. This internship aims to give recent graduates a strong basis for their entry into the workforce and a robust first work experience on their resume. The internship will be part-time at the i-Italy headquarters in New York City with full Italian language immersion. Interns will report to i-Italy five days a week including some weekends and holidays. Interns will be provided a $1,000/month stipend. Duration of internship: 10 months.
The International Journalism Festival is annually held in Perugia. It is a top media event in Europe with keynote speeches, panel discussions, award ceremonies, workshops, and theatre shows. i-Italy was there to cover it
The big act that kicked off the festival was the movie "Italy, Love It or Leave it" by documentary film makers Luca Ragazzi and Gustav Hofer. The movie analyzes all the emotional tugs that push young Italians away or keep them close to home, sometimes in spite of themselves.
The Internet has been a significant part of our lives for for less than 15 years, and the final verdict on what it will mean for news, for a deeper understanding of the world, has not yet been rendered.
IACE and www.ProgettoScuole.org hosted a touching awards ceremony at the Italian Consulate in New York that rewarded students of Italian on their journalistic projects of the Italian piazza. At the ceremony, the notable guest panel encouraged the promising future of the study of Italian language within a journalistic environment for Italian language students