Meet KCAW’s summer intern, Cameron Clark!

Born into a family of scientists, his innate curiosity led him to study journalism at the University of Delaware. At 23, he is now pursuing a master’s degree at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism with a focus on video storytelling. We at Raven Radio have already benefited from his talents with a camera and while in Sitka this summer, he’s interested in reporting on wildlife, the arts, and culture.

Listen to his Morning Interview with KCAW’s Emily Kwong here:

Downloadable audio.

At Berkeley J-School, Clark reports for the hyper local-sites Oakland North and Richmond Confidential. Check out his profile of Krip Hop, a network for disabled rappers and artists below and see more of his work here.

Since 2001, Raven Radio has offered a summer internship to one student from UC Berkeley – affectionately called “the Alaska internship.” Former interns have made waves. Bret Sigler (’01 intern) won an Emmy for news editing a documentary about the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster. Julie Caine (’06) is the Executive Producer for Audio at Al Jazeera Digital, Andi McDaniel (’08) is the Chief Content Officer at WAMU, and Shaleece Haas (’09) airs a documentary on PBS this month about a transgender musician. Former reporter Rachel Waldholz (’12) is a part of the Alaska Energy Desk debuting a podcast, Midnight Oil, this week through NPR. Katherine Rose, who graduated this spring, has returned to Sitka and is Raven Radio’s new Morning Edition host,

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