From the website:
Students with a strong career interest in print journalism (and associated platforms) who have completed a college-level course in one of these areas or have equivalent experience on a college or community publication. Open to undergraduates either:
For more information, visit : http://www.mddcpress.com/about/mddc-reese-cleghorn-summer-internship-program.
From the Career Center:
The Career Center invites you to meet over 200 employers for networking, internship, and full-time opportunities! Remember to bring 15-20 copies of your resume, and please note that for security reasons, all items brought with you must stay with you while attending the fair. Check out how you can make a job fair work for you (PDF)!
How can you be successful at the fair?
Any questions? Please contact Shelley Long! firstname.lastname@example.org
The T. Howard Foundation’s mission is to promote diversity in the media and entertainment industries by increasing the number of diverse and underrepresented groups and underserved communities working in the industry. They do this by placing college students from these underrepresented groups into internships with some of the leading employers in the industry: HBO, BET, Comcast, NBC/Universal, Discovery Communications, ESPN, Facebook, Showtime, Viacom, and many more!
For more information, attend the information session on Wednesday, Sept. 20 from 12-1 p.m. in Van Bokkelen 204, or you can visit the internship website at: http://internships.t-howard.org/
The Poynter Institute (a journalism “think tank”) is offering a free webinar on getting your first journalism job or internship. It should only take about an hour of your time. You’ll find it here:
The MCCS Scholarship Committee is offering the Patrick J. O’Connell Scholarship to be awarded for Spring 2018. The $1800.00 scholarship recognizes MCOMs “most outstanding student”. For more information on how to apply and who is eligible, please visit:
The Baltimore Jewish Times is seeking aspiring journalists with interests in print and digital storytelling. Applicants should be multimedia savvy and interested in everything from breaking news to in-depth features. Knowledge of the Jewish community is an added bonus, but isn’t required. To apply, send clips, a resume and cover letter to managing editor Marc Shapiro at email@example.com.
Interested in a career in the broadcast industry? TU’s chapter of the National Broadcasting Society is looking for new members. Dr. John Turner (EMF) is the faculty advisor for the group. Here is more information from Dr. Turner:
Among the benefits of joining are:
Email Dr. Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.