Update at 4:20 p.m. March 22: We received so many applications from qualified students that we hired three instead of two. We look forward to sharing the report with you in April.

We’re seeking two UW-Madison journalism students for immediate involvement in a project examining state government issues.

The students will be paid $10 an hour, with each receiving 20 hours of work, for entering data that the Center obtained under the state’s open records law. They will receive published credit for their work.

Accurate, rapid typing skills are essential.

Interested students are asked to contact Andy Hall, the Center’s executive director, at ahall@wisconsinwatch.org. Please include contact information for two references.

Andy Hall

Andy Hall is co-founder and executive director of the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism. Since the Center’s launch in 2009, he has overseen the Center’s journalistic and financial operations. Previously he spent more than 26 years working at the Wisconsin State Journal and The Arizona Republic and has won dozens of awards for his reporting, including a Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism and a national award from the Education Writers Association. Hall is a former Investigative Reporters and Editors board member, and current IRE member. He is based in Madison, Wisconsin. He can be reached at ahall@wisconsinwatch.org