Four Columbia Journalism School Students Awarded Wall Street Journal Internships

We are pleased to share the news that four members of the Columbia Journalism School Class of 2020 - Jem Bartholomew, Sawyer Click, Benoît Morenne, and Andrew Williams - have been awarded full-time, paid 2020 internships at The Wall Street Journal.  After being chosen from a competitive pool of applicants, The Wall Street Journal's interns will work closely with reporters and editors to deliver prompt, accurate reporting of news relevant to their beat. During their time at the newspaper, they will generate their own story ideas and follow the stories through to completion with supervision and guidance from an editor.  

Jem Bartholomew, a current student in the Master of Arts Program's Politics Concentration, will join The Wall Street Journal's London bureau and work at the finance desk. Before coming to Columbia, Jem graduated from the University in Oxford with a first-class history degree and worked at the Financial Times in London, where he won an award for his pensions coverage. 

Sawyer Click, a current student in the M.S. in Data Journalism Program, will join The Wall Street Journal's corporate graphics desk. A graduate of Texas State University, Sawyer previously held a data and graphics internship with NBC News Digital. 

Benoît Morenne, a current student in the Master of Science Program, will join The Wall Street Journal's Paris bureau. A member of the Dual M.S. degree program between Columbia Journalism School and the Sciences Po School of Journalism,  Benoît previously reported on France and Europe for the New York Times as a journalist in the Paris bureau. 

Andrew Williams, a current student in the M.S. in Data Journalism Program, will join The Wall Street Journal's graphics team, where he will be covering enterprise. An Indiana University graduate, Andrew has also interned on the data and graphics team at NBC News, and will be be working after his graduation from Columbia at the New York Times Student Journalism Institute.

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