Promotion & Design Services Group (Digital Promotion & Analytics)


We are looking for a promotions specialist to execute the Christian Science Publishing Society’s reader acquisition initiatives. Principally, this position will implement the paid campaigns focused on increasing new, loyal, and paying readership – on Facebook, Google, and other platforms.

You need to be creative, analytical, and experienced in digital advertising. You should be excited about business activities related to journalism and the outreach initiatives of the wider Church organization. The Christian Science Monitor is the largest client for promotion services and has big goals to achieve in terms of its digital audience growth – you will be a key contributor to the organization achieving those goals.


Multimedia Reporter & Writer (Race & Equity)


This position requires excellence in multimedia storytelling, particularly in audio, as well as the ability to write for the Monitor’s print and digital products. The position will put a premium on addressing racial as well as social and cultural issues, though other themes and topics will also be covered as news or editorial judgment requires.

The position is founded on the Monitor’s distinct approach to news and requires a commitment to journalism that ​is ​constructive​,​ thoughtful, and invested in seeing the humanity of all.  The Monitor is a tool for readers who want more than news – they want to be a part of the solution. Our coverage of social and cultural issues is a vital part of this promise, and our team will interact frequently with our audience, through articles, social media, events, and partnerships.


Newsroom editorial internships

The internship application deadline for our fall 2021 internship program is May 15. (The window for applying for our summer internship program is now closed.)

Do you like digging in to find answers to hard questions? Do you enjoy captivating friends with a well-told story? The Christian Science Monitor offers paid internships to self-starters who have analytical skills, a basic understanding of world events, and can write and edit with clarity and precision. Audio and video skills are a plus. Come work alongside top-flight editors and writers in a dynamic newsroom that strives to show hope and progress amid a divisive media landscape. For those applicants who lean more toward business, ask about storytelling opportunities through the Monitor’s social media accounts.

Work Schedule: Paid and academic interns will work Monday through Friday, between 35 to 40 hours a week. Position is based in Boston, Mass. The Boston newsroom is working remotely during the pandemic lockdown. Hired interns may request working remotely during the lockdown from a U.S. location as long as the work day aligns with Eastern Standard Time.

  • Summer internships run from May 26 to Aug. 7. Application deadline is January 15.
  • Fall internships run from September through December. Application deadline is May 15.
  • Spring internships run from January through the third week of May. Application deadline is October 15.

To apply by email, please contact the Internship Manager, and send a résumé, cover letter that shows your understanding of Monitor journalism, and at least three journalistic writing clips (if emailing, please attach clips as separate, printable documents and not as links) to:

To apply by mail: 

Kendra Nordin Beato
Internship Manager
The Christian Science Monitor
210 Massachusetts Avenue – P03-30
Boston, MA 02115


The Christian Science Monitor is committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, ethnicity, citizenship, sex, gender identity, marital status, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions (including breastfeeding), sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state, or local law. While we are committed to these principles, religious organizations, like The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, which owns the Monitor, may exercise religious preferences in certain employment decisions and circumstances.