The Post announces 2022 Summer Intern Class

The interns represent 18 colleges and universities and will work as reporters, photographers, videographers, graphics reporters and developers, designers, editorial writers, multiplatform editors and producers, social media editors and audio producers.
  • 1 day ago

Sarah Dunton to join the newsletters team as an assignment editor

Dunton will guide a growing team of editors in managing and implementing strategy, overseeing our portfolio and editing individual products.
  • 2 days ago

Liz Sly to take on a new role as a correspondent-at-large covering global affairs, based in London

In a career that has included stops in Africa, China, the Middle East, Europe and the United States, Liz brings the on-the-ground expertise and the high-altitude perspective needed to write clearly about complicated subjects.
  • 3 days ago

The Post announces newsroom expansion, adding more than 70 positions in 2022

The Post is investing additional resources in areas such as marketing to extend the impact of reporting and support growth.
  • 3 days ago

Jason Willick joins Washington Post Opinions as columnist

Willick will write on the latest legal issues, political news and global affairs.
  • 3 days ago

The Washington Post design team is hiring

Learn more about our award-winning visual journalists

Nick DiMarco joins the Universal News Desk as the weekend homepage editor

In this role, DiMarco will help promote a mix of stories readers are seeking on the weekends and ensure that the homepage team maintains its aggressive stance on breaking news.
  • Feb 4

Arthur Cribbs joins The Post as a Night Homepage Editor

Cribbs will help curate the homepage to serve and grow The Post's audience, craft engaging headlines and send push and email alerts.
  • Feb 4

The Washington Post partners with Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting in new internship program

Applications will open Feb. 7 to join the Investigative team this summer.
  • Feb 4

Toluse Olorunnipa and Griff Witte awarded first place in Cronkite School’s inaugural Shaufler Prize in Journalism contest

Olorunnipa and Witte received this honor for their story, "Born with two strikes: How systemic racism shaped Floyd’s life and hobbled his ambition." This reporting is a part of The Washington Post staff's six-part series, "George Floyd’s America: Examining systemic racism and racial injustice in the post-civil rights era," which explores the institutional and societal roadblocks Floyd encountered as a Black man from his birth in 1973 until his death.
  • Feb 1

Washington Post Live “Race in America” series to spotlight pioneering Black women during Black History Month

The upcoming conversations marking Black History Month will highlight Ida B. Wells, Mamie Till-Mobley and Judge Constance Baker Motley, among others.
  • Feb 1

Ashlyn Still named Projects Editor for Elections

This move recognizes Still's efforts in organizing our visual teams across engineering, product, politics, and graphics to make sure the visualizations on our live elections results set the standard for the industry
  • Feb 1

Taylor Lorenz joins The Washington Post as a columnist

Her reported columns will focus on how technology is reshaping culture, how we communicate and connect, and the ways online influencers are reorienting our world.
  • Feb 1

Joseph Menn joins The Post’s Tech Team as Digital Threats Reporter

Menn will cover hacking and other forms of digital disruption, including surveillance, privacy and disinformation.
  • Jan 31

Monika Mathur named director of News Research

Mathur joins The Post from the Associated Press. She will work with Alice Crites, Magda Jean-Louis and Jennifer Jenkins and continue to build the team as part of a growing, global newsroom focused on breaking news, investigations and complex enterprise.
  • Jan 27
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