To Our Readers: Aug. 8, 1994

As many a college student will attest, a summer internship can amount to little more than making coffee and sorting mail. Not so at TIME. Every year we welcome aspiring young journalists into our corridors and put them right to work on regular assignments. For nine weeks, each of the New York City-based editorial interns is given the duties of a full-time staff member. To be up to such rigorous training, they must bring considerable qualifications to the program -- and this year's crop of nine certainly do. Says Julie Hopson- Pettinelli of Time Inc. Human Resources, who selected them from...

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