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By Public Transportation
To reach the Globe by public transportation, take the MBTA RED LINE to JFK/UMASS Station. The Globe is a short walk down Morrissey Boulevard from the station.

By Motor Vehicle, From North or West of Boston
Take the Southeast Expressway, also called Route 3 South. You can take Route 3 either from Route 93 or Route C-1 from the NORTH, and from the WEST, by the Massachusetts Turnpike.

Go south on the Expressway and take Exit 15, marked "Columbia Road, JFK Library." At the end of the ramp, take a left. Continue straight, past the JFK/UMASS MBTA Station and take your first right onto Morrissey Boulevard. The Bayside Expo Center will be on your left.

Stay to the right, where you'll see the Globe building. Watch for oncoming traffic, and then take a right turn into the Globe.

By Motor Vehicle, From South of Boston
Take Route 3 North (also named 93 North and the Expressway). Take Exit 14, marked "Morrissey Boulevard/JFK Library." The exit ramp leads you directly onto Morrissey Boulevard.

Continue on Morrissey Boulevard, and about one mile from the exit ramp, you'll see the Globe building on your left.

Stay to the right, and follow the sign for Day Boulevard. At the stop lights, take a left, and immediately take your first left again. You'll actually be making a U-turn for Morrissey Boulevard. The Globe building will now be on your right, a short way down the road.

Limited parking is available in front of the building. Enter through the front door and check in with security at the front desk.

Newsroom Summer Internship


The Boston Globe summer intern program began more than 50 years ago as an opportunity for college students interested in journalism to gain practical experience at a major news organization.

The largest group of interns reports on local and regional news across New England as general assignment reporters — working on both breaking news for our Express Desk and longer daily and non-daily stories for our Super Department. Other intern reporters cover sports, living/arts or business news. We also have intern positions in the Photography and Editorial Design departments, and on the News copy desk.

Internships are NOT limited to journalism majors. ELIGIBLE: All students currently enrolled in an undergraduate program or those who will be graduating in May or June 2018, as well as journalism graduate school students who have NOT had professional journalism experience.

An aptitude for journalism is the most important qualification for this internship. However, a previous internship is recommended. Applicants must have a driver’s license and should be comfortable driving.

Summer interns work as full-time employees for 12 weeks, between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Interns are paid a weekly wage, and shifts vary. There are weekly critique sessions for the reporting interns, and lively weekly discussions with editors and staff members on a range of issues and topics pertaining to journalism.

After Sept. 1, application forms can be downloaded from our website: