Rapp Writing Interns
Headwaters is looking for its next set of Rapp Writing Interns! If you are a junior or senior attending Rappahannock
County High School and love to write, this might be the internship for you! Interns will receive a stipend of $1,500 for the ten-month period of August 2022 through May 2023. This is with the expectation that one article is written each month.
To learn more about this internship opportunity or apply, download the Rapp Writing Internship Opportunity flyer and follow the directions! If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (540) 227-5170.
The purpose of the Rapp Writing Internship is to promote student-written articles that highlight positive stories involving the Rappahannock County Public Schools and to share them with the public through stories in local media sources. Stories will focus on all aspects of the school community including, but not limited to, the following: academics, alumni, community collaborations, community service, and new projects and initiatives. These interns will work with Headwaters, as well as a professional in the field of journalism, from September – June each year.
Ava Genho is a Rappahannock County High School senior who lives in Woodville with her family. She currently is serving as the reporter for the Rappahannock FFA chapter. After graduating, Ava hopes to study journalism and agriculture in college.
Luke is no stranger to Rappahannock County. He was born and raised here and is currently a senior enrolled at RCHS. He is on the school basketball, cross country, and track team, and is involved in many other extracurriculars as well. In his free time, you can find...