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Swimming World Internship Contest for Local Students

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Berkeley Aquatic Club, a USA Swimming Club in New Providence, NJ and Swimming World Magazine, an international swimming publication and leading swimming website are providing journalism, photography, and videographer opportunities to local students.

BAC will be hosting the Winter Invitational 2018, their annual long course meet at Rutgers University in Piscatway, NJ on January 13-14, 2018.

Swimming World Magazine will be providing a live internet feed throughout the meet and is looking for area HS and undergraduate students to work closely with their professionals during the meet to provide live articles, interviews, and videos.

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This is an excellent opportunity for students to intern for two days with a high quality organization and receive hands on training. In order to select the most qualified students to participate in this opportunity, BAC and Swimming World Magazine is holding an essay contest to select best students.  

A one paragraph statement expressing their interest should be completed by student and sent to the following address by December 29th, 2017. For more info on the internship positions available please contact Sandi Chung c/o Oliver Pickering Berkeley Aquatic Club 629 Central Ave New Providence, NJ 07974 or via email to njsc1969@gmail.com

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