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  • East High School teacher and blogger Kelly LaLonde speaks out about education.

  • HBT Architects took a risk and parted with some clients on its new path.

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  • Robert W. Hurlbut heads a 1,400-employee business started by his grandparents.

  • The new edition of Explore Greater Rochester is here.

Work for RBJ

The Rochester Business Journal is an enriching environment filled with professionals working toward the common goal of producing the best business news coverage in the area. For more than two decades, the Rochester Business Journal has served as the leading source of business news and information in Rochester, N.Y. More than 70,000 influential executives respect and trust the Rochester Business Journal for their news.

Since it began weekly publication in October 1987, the Rochester Business Journal has been honored on numerous occasions for its editorial content. Twice it received the General Excellence Award from the Association of Area Business Publications, the leading association of local and regional business newspapers and magazines in the United States and Canada. See a roundup of awards.

The Rochester Business Journal employs qualified candidates as reporters, advertising sales executives, graphic artists, circulation specialists and administration assistants. The Rochester Business Journal is an equal-opportunity employer encouraging applications from women and members of minorities. The Rochester Business Journal does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin or disability.

Internship Opportunities

We always are looking for qualified college students to work as interns alongside our award-winning professionals. Interns will be involved with various projects for Rochester Business Journal weekly print edition, rbjdaily.com, special sections and supplements. Internships are available in these departments:

Sales and Marketing

Production (graphic design)

Editorial

Our ideal intern is a team player who possesses excellent communication and organizational skill, and who works well in team environments and under deadlines. 

Editorial, sales and marketing interns should be proficient in Microsoft Office applications and be internet savvy. Graphic design interns should have knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite including Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat and InDesign. 

Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to:

Editorial Department: Ms. Smriti Jacob sjacob@rbj.net

Production Department: Mr. Ed Fowler production@rbj.net                                           

Sales and Marketing Departments: Ms. Jo Ann Geiger jgeiger@rbj.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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