COVID and Getting A Job In Journalism Panel
The Washington Press Club Foundation is pleased to host a series of webinars connecting aspiring journalists to Washington, DC reporters, editors and bureau chiefs. These programs are specifically designed for journalism students to gain practical insights into the changing culture and practices of media organizations as preparation for your future job search.
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COVID AND GETTING A JOB IN JOURNALISM
Friday, October 23rd 1pmET (10amPT)
As news organizations have developed a variety of hybrid solutions to social distancing requirements, has this reshaped the newsroom in the long term? How might these changes affect finding your first job out of school? What does a remote internship look like?
In this third webinar a panel of bureau chiefs, editors and reporters will discuss what you can be doing now to develop the skills and knowledge to shape your resume into one that will attract the attention of the hiring managers. Included in the discussion will be tips on how can you use your time in school to better prepare for a job in this changing environment.
On the Panel:
Nicole Carroll, Editor-in-Chief for USA Today (Arizona State Cronkite School of Journalism, Georgetown University)
Claudia Grisales, Hill Reporter for NPR (University of Houston, University of Texas, Syracuse University)
Kimbriell Kelly, Washington Bureau Chief for LA Times ( Saint Xavier University, Boston University)
Ken Strickland, Vice President & Washington Bureau Chief, NBC News (Middle Tennessee State University)
Amanda Terkel, Washington Bureau Chief for HuffPost (Colgate University)
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Posted: October 16, 2020
Category: Student News
Tagged as: covide, jobs, Journalism