Tag: journalism

So You Want to Be a Writing Major

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, University of Central Florida

From one Writing student to (potentially) another, here are a few things you should know before declaring your major, plus some tips all college students can use in their classes. read more

Careers for People Who Want to Use Their Creativity

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Freelance Writer

Being an accountant is great if you love numbers, but that's not everyone. If you're looking for a position geared toward the creative types, read on! read more

Where Students Interested in Science Writing Can Publish Their Work

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Love science? Love writing? Introducing: science writing! And if you're looking for experience, these two online publications let students pursue science journalism at any experience level. read more

Inside Globesville, NYIT's Student-Run Web Channel

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Student, New York Institute of Technology

Globesville, the student-run entertainment and news production Web channel at NYIT, is more like a job than a class. read more

A Look at Journalism Camps

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Student, Lake Central High School

Many people like watching the news, but creating the news is a completely different story. If you want to be the one to tell it, journalism camp may be the perfect choice for you. read more

10 Extraordinary Student Newspapers

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Writer, Senior Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

Love testing the limits of freedom of speech? The college newspapers are the perfect place to begin pursuing your journalistic ambitions. read more

A Q&A: Video Production, Multimedia, and Beyond

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We talked to a journalism graduate about her current position as an associate producer at a video production company, and her interest in further her career in multimedia! read more

My Goldilocks Story of Finding the Right College Major

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Assistant Editor, Online Specialist, Carnegie Communications

For our blogger, her search of finding the perfect major and career was like the fairy tale "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." She tried porridge too hot, too cold, then found the porridge just right. read more

Read All About It: Journalism and Media Summer Programs

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Former Editor, Porter Sargent Handbooks

Here's a rundown of excellent summer opportunities for aspiring journalists. read more

Forgotten Majors Series: What Can I Do with a History Degree?

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Student, English Education, Purdue University

This 10-part series will look at those forgotten majors: the ones that do not seem to have job fairs, the ones that people ask, "What will you do with that?" Today, we look at a history degree. read more