Work with The Voice

Do you speak English?

We’re looking for a brilliant mind that can translate our beloved stories into English! If you would like to join us in this task, send us your resume and a couple of paragraphs explaining your background and interest in The Voice.Our email:  .
Do it before 15 June 2022

We’re looking forward to meeting you!


Editorial internship – Paid

20 hours a week, for three months starting in July.

Collaborate with the editorial team in reporting, researching, and writing stories and news about and for Guanacaste. We are looking for a proactive, curious, empathetic person who is eager to work hand in hand with the entire team to produce rigorous, human journalism that impacts communities.


The internship will last three months with the possibility of an extension. You will collaborate in hybrid mode, virtual and face-to-face. For this purpose, La Voz de Guanacaste will provide you with lodging in Nicoya. The monthly payment will be ¢300,000.

How to apply?

Send your resume, two samples of journalistic work you have done (it can be work you have done in university courses), and a letter of 300 words maximum in which you tell us:

  1. How you think you can contribute to La Voz de Guanacaste and what you expect the team to contribute to your experience.
  2. What is the investigation, story, or product that you like the most about our media and why.

You have time until June 15 to send it all to [email protected] Don’t forget to write “Editorial internship” on the subject!


At The Voice of Guanacaste, we have always been known for being on the cutting edge— we are the only bilingual newspaper in the country, we do quality regional journalism and investigative reporting. We like to break the mold and change paradigms.

Today, more than ever, we also want to be a regional hotbed of young talent. Join us through our internships, and learn about journalism, design, photography, video production, event production, marketing and administration.

Contact us at [email protected]

Journalism’s great if you’re up for adventures, which are never in short supply in Guanacaste. As a reporting intern for The Voice of Guanacaste (VoG), I spent two months shuttling between Nosara, Tamarindo, Samara and Nicoya. As a graduate student studying international journalism at Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism in New York City, I was required to intern in a newsroom during June and July. It was valuable to learn how a local newsroom outside my own country tackles news gathering, and how VoG maintains a sustainable business model as a media nonprofit. My skills were tested as I faced new ethical considerations around responsible translation and cross-cultural reporting. My local news coverage grew to include municipal meetings, special education, Nicaraguan refugees and beyond, with food news in between.

I’m grateful for the colleagues I had the pleasure of working with, who doubled as my ambassadors to Nicoya’s karaoke and patacones.

Every source had something to teach me, too. Many were patient with my Spanish when my vocabulary lagged behind my sincerity to speak. As with any story, each challenge I faced — from language barriers to mosquitos — helped me grow.Sarah Matusek, Intern from Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, June and July 2018.