If you're looking for an opportunity to get real hands on experience in an international newsroom, this is your chance. CNN International's bureau in central London is looking for a Digital Features Intern to join its team over the summer.

Unlike many internships, this one actually pays a little money (minimum wage) but hey that's enough for lunch and the train in.

What will you be doing? The same thing you would be anywhere else: research, fact-checking, production support etc. 

If you prove your worth you might even be allowed to put your byline on something or interview someone awesome. Even more importantly, being a good intern is the first step to getting asked to come back as a freelancer (and actually getting paid real money). 

You have to be detail-oriented, have strong writing and research skills, have a passion for digital media and global affairs and have an interest in pursuing a career in digital journalism. The application says that candidates "will have a love for all things web, a good nose for a story and strong multimedia skills". 

HOW TO APPLY:

Closing date: March 25th

CNN.com International seeks an intern to work in the Digital Features/Special Projects department.

1st placement: April 1, 2014-July 1, 20142nd placement: July 1, 2014- October 1, 2014

If interested, please email your CV and a cover letter explaining why you’re suitable for the internship to digital.jobs@cnn.com. Please include links to THREE samples of published work and indicate which internship dates you’re interested in (either or both).

You can find more information here: http://journograds.com/2014/03/01/cnn-international-digital-features-special-projects-intern/

Here's your chance to work with CNN International in London