If you're interested in the media with a confirmed work placement or internship, you're it. 


If you want to give back (and earn a little money) please apply to be a part of our host database. We are always on looking for more lovely journalists who have spare rooms in London.


Love what we're doing? Want to help our community? Register as a PressPad Remote volunteer now and give practical help to (future) journalists who need it.


We're on the lookout for funders, investors and supporters to help us grow this incredible project. We are building an online marketplace platform (like AirBnB) so we can sign up more hosts and help more interns.

PressPad is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and the advice that is being issued by the Government and the NHS. Please email us for the latest on hosting: [email protected]

The way we’ve designed our business model will allow us to keep running
PressPad for those who really need it, scale and grow to other cities and sectors. 

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11% of journalists were from working-class backgrounds, compared to 60% of the population.

The British journalism industry is 94% white and 86% university-educated.
Just 0.4% of British journalists are Muslim.


Find out more about diversity in the UK and why it matters: