Join Our Team
If you’ve got a news tip or an idea for an article – or if you’d like to know how you can help to hold your government accountable – get in touch with us.
We’ve published many citizen reporters – ordinary South Carolinians who care enough about their state and its government to attend public meetings and put tough questions to elected officials.
We also like to keep the citizen’s voice in the mix, and on Tuesdays we frequently reprint your stories (anonymously, the storyteller prefers). So if you’ve got a story about governmental power run amok – bullying politicians, official waste, abusive authorities – let us hear about it.
Call us at (803) 254-4411, or email us at email@example.com.
Fall Spring Summer
Duties of Intern:
The Nerve, an online news site of the South Carolina Policy Council in Columbia, S.C., is seeking junior or senior J-school students as unpaid reporter interns who are interested in covering state government issues. The interns will work closely with The Nerve’s professional reporting staff and write stories that will appear on The Nerve’s website (www.thenerve.org).
Skills Required for Internship:
Candidates must be willing to cover meetings and press conferences at the State House, and do research for stories, including interviewing sources and reviewing legislation and other official documents. Candidates should have a strong background and interest in news reporting and writing, and be willing to accept direction from The Nerve’s professional staff. If interested, contact Ron Aiken at (803) 254-4411 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Policy Council
Since 1986, the South Carolina Policy Council Education Foundation has brought together civic, community and business leaders from all over our state to discuss innovative policy ideas that advance the principles of limited government and free enterprise. Learn more about the fight against big government from the state’s only independent, free-market think tank. Visit SCPC.