Journalism, Sports, Entertainment + Production

DO YOU ENJOY FOLLOWING NEWS AND EVENTS? Do you imagine yourself working at the cutting edge of a breaking story or major sporting event?

Consider utilizing this career community if:

  • You have a passion for journalism or creative storytelling and a talent for writing and editing, or other forms of content creation.
  • You are intellectually curious, persistent, and willing to dedicate yourself to a project and see it through.
  • You are interested in mastering the technical skills and technologies necessary for media careers in film, video, or digital media production.
  • You like the idea of being in front of the camera, creating and reporting compelling stories to inform or entertain the public.
  • You are curious about careers in the management and business side of media.
  • You want to explore the fields of media advertising and public relations.

Explore Journalism, Sports, Entertainment + Production career community to gain valuable insights from working professionals, learn about internships and job opportunities, and keep up with current trends.

Episode 10: How to Network as a College Student with Toni Neely

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When you pose for a picture, do you ever feel like you suddenly have no idea what to do with your arms, your face, or your entire body? Navigating in-person networking for the first time can feel a lot like …

By Ian Sory
Ian Sory Operations Coordinator Ian Sory
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Dow Jones News Fund Conference Scholarship – Application Deadline July 24

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Calling all sophomores, juniors and seniors studying journalism or working for student media! The Dow Jones News Fund is inviting YOU to apply for free registration to attending virtual journalism conferences.

The News Fund will provide free registrations to these …

By Sarah Cady
Sarah Cady Associate Director, Employer Relations Sarah Cady
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Episode 09: Mentoring and Your Career with Megan Caldwell

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You may have heard that it’s a good idea to have a mentor.  But how do you find a mentor?  How do you build a relationship with them?  How important is it that you stay in touch?  In this …

By Ian Sory
Ian Sory Operations Coordinator Ian Sory
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Episode 08: Deciding Whether to Go to Grad School During a Recession with Katie Beck

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Looking for information about how much graduate school costs? Try starting with the Grad School ROI Calculator, or read about how to Weigh the Costs, Benefits of Graduate School 

Indiana University Bloomington students, alumni, staff members, and faculty all have …

By Ian Sory
Ian Sory Operations Coordinator Ian Sory
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Finding a Job on Handshake: FAQs

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Get answers to the most common student questions about Handshake.

Do you have questions about how to find a job or internship on Handshake? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. That’s why we’ve compiled answers to the most common questions from …

By Maureen Langley
Maureen Langley Designer & Marketing Coordinator Maureen Langley
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