Trying to get your foot in the door with a potential employer? Internships are the perfect chance to network, learn new skills, and maybe visit some interesting new places while you’re at it. Being able to experience day-to-day activities inside a company offers a ton of learning opportunities you can't gain through the classroom. The main reason to participate in a summer internship is to be ready for employment once you graduate. Here are a few local and national journalism
Photo by Klemen Misic via Dreamstime Spring Break is upon us, which means college students everywhere are now free from all the papers, assignments, and exams for one whole week. Everyone now has the time to take a breather and push school to the back of their minds. Although spring break is usually a time to relax and do nothing, spring break is the perfect time to get things done and plan ahead for your future. So, instead of spending spring break partying on the beach or l
Reporters need a pen to write with, a pad to write on, and a recorder to get their story. Fortunately, your smartphone can do all these things. It can also be your scanner, navigator, network communicator and research repository. If you’re a working reporter who’s neglected your phone’s apps, you’ve overlooked an entire toolbox. Here’s just a few of the tools waiting for you. Slack
The Slack app allows organizations to communicate internally quickly and privately. Instead o
Being a college graduate usually doesn’t cut it anymore these days. Potential employers are now looking for a laundry list of skills, attributes, and experience that would make you more equipped for the job. Without an internship, the post-graduation job search because increasingly more difficult. Even now, it’s not enough to just have an internship. You have to rock your time there. Here are 10 tips that will help you do just that. Pay attention to how the office operates.