The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is the product of the 1995 merger of the Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel, newspapers that date to 1882 and 1837 respectively. After two transitions, we are part of the USA TODAY NETWORK, which includes 10 other newsrooms in Wisconsin and 109 newsrooms nationwide – a number that will grow with the pending Gannett-GateHouse merger. While we regularly do stories with national interest and impact, our focus is fiercely local. We cover Milwaukee, southeastern Wisconsin and the state like no one else does – or can. We are most proud of the day-to-day reporting that chronicles our community, informs our residents and holds officials accountable for what they do. We expose wrongdoing. We highlight programs that work. We engage the community. We help lead the search for solutions.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Location: * Midwest, Wisconsin
Beat: Native American and other under-covered communities
Position: This reporter focuses on ethnic communities such as Native American and Hmong communities in Wisconsin. In these cases, there is less of a geographic focus, as diasporas exist throughout Milwaukee and other parts of the state.
Skills: Hmong or other languageApply →