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Oversight and Legal Protections for Unpaid Interns

The number of internships in the United States has ballooned over the past few decades. But oversight and legal protection for unpaid interns hasn’t kept up.

What We Learned Investigating Unpaid Internships

Four Ways You Can Seek Back Pay for an Unpaid Internship

The Department of Labor’s Internships Investigations

How the Labor Department Has Let Companies Off the Hook for Unpaid Internships

Labor Department Intervenes on Behalf of Hearst Interns

Interns Are Now Protected Against Sexual Harassment in NYC

The Price of an Internship

One J-School Internship Coordinator Says Paid Positions Have Dropped by Nearly Half

New York University Ramps up Internship Oversight

2013: The Year of the Intern?

You Know Who Else Uses Unpaid Interns? Colleges and Universities

Calculating ‘The Price of an Internship’

Q&A: David Yamada on Condé Nast and Intern Rights

New York Councilmember, De Blasio Back Closing Harassment Loophole for Unpaid Interns

#ProjectIntern Hits the Road to Capture College Intern Stories

Northwestern’s Journalism Program Offers Students Internships with Prestige, But No Paycheck

Meet Our Kickstarter Intern!

How Unpaid Interns Aren’t Protected Against Sexual Harassment

Nation Institute to Pay Interns Minimum Wage

Tracking Intern Lawsuits

Thank You, From the Bottom of Our Hearts

To Cope with Sequester, Justice Department Staffs Unpaid Attorneys

Kickstarter Lessons for Journalists

What's Your Internship Story?

When Is It OK to Not Pay an Intern?

Unpaid Interns Win Major Ruling in 'Black Swan' Case — Now What?

Betting Against the Future: How Industry Loses When Interns Go Unpaid