A video tribute to former WVU professor George Esper was screened during the P.I. Reed School of Journalism Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 12. You can view the tribute on WVU’s YouTube page.
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Mon General is offering an unpaid summer internship to a student who has demonstrated experience and working knowledge of websites and social media. The position may involve interviewing some hospital service line directors about their areas of expertise and writing website copy.
Hours would be weekdays (flexible schedule) in the 10 to 15 hours per week range. Great resume builder. Please direct your inquiries to Greg Kealey, Director of Corporate Marketing, Mon Health System – email@example.com
Once an underground newspaper, Racer X Illustrated is now the largest and most influential publication in the motocross and off-road industry and is based right here in Morgantown, W.Va.
Every month, Davey Coombs and his crew of talented friends put out the best magazine in the business, filled with incredible photos, in-depth race coverage, leading-edge design, humor and the ultimate insiders knowledge of the motocross and supercross world. Racer X Illustrated is the magazine the other motocross publications are trying to follow.
Racer X is currently looking for a design intern to help with various marketing projects, including websites, event marketing and signage, and magazine advertising design. At least a one semester commitment is preferred, but most of the staff has come through the SOJ, so if you’re a good fit, it could be long-term. It’s an unpaid internship, but work hard and you will be rewarded. To be eligible for this internship, you must be proficient InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator.
The Butler Eagle has an opening for an editorial writer. They are looking for someone to discuss issues in the fast growing county of Butler, Pa., just north of Pittsburgh.
The focus is on local and state editorials with a moderate point of view, but national issues also can be covered.
Duties include selecting columns and letters to the editor. Some copy desk work is also included. The writer would share the responsibilities of the editorial page with another person.
The Butler Eagle is a family-owned newspaper.
The intern for this position will work on audio visual projects and editing for West Virginia Public Theater’s social media websites (Facebook, Youtube). This opportunity is unpaid.
Experience with video recording and editing. Experience with social media websites. Access to video editing equipment is preferred. Flexible schedule.
Send your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School of Journalism’s 2010 May Commencement is coming soon! It will be on Saturday, May 12, 2012, at the Creative Arts Center (CAC) on WVU’s Evansdale Campus.
Below are specific details about the ceremony and the procedure students should follow.
GRADUATE LINE-UP AND PROCESSIONAL
West Virginia Junior College seeks a Career Management Director for its Morgantown Campus.
The fundamental responsibility of the institution is to provide graduates with the opportunity to develop and manage a professional career in their chosen field of study. As such, the career management department is the essential foundation for the achievement of that goal. The Career Management Director is responsible for building career management and job seeking skills with students, networking and building relationships in the community, planning events, utilizing social media and new technology and handling alumni relations.
Qualifications & Core Competencies:
The Chronicle of Higher Education is seeking editorial interns for the fall-2012 session. The internships are paid, full-time positions in their Washington, D.C., office, and will run from September through December. Duties include reporting and writing brief features for their print edition, and daily news articles for their website. The application deadline is Friday, June 1. Visit the Chronicle of Higher Education’s website for an application.
Dow Jones Newswires’ Rewrite desk is a breaking news team that writes the first version of most corporate news, such as earnings, mergers and executive appointments, released by press release or SEC filing for the newswire and The Wall Street Journal’s website. The team operates on 15- to 20-minute deadlines, so working well under pressure is a must. Writers generally focus on three to four industries but have to be prepared to cover any news. The team also looks to break news by chasing intraday stock moves. Successful candidates generally have at least a basic understanding of earnings statements and write clearly and quickly on deadline. Please submit by email a cover letter, resume and five clips to email@example.com.
Test Date: Thursday, May 10, 2012
Time: 12:30-3:00 p.m.
Testing will take place in Room 230 of the B&E Building. There is a $20.00 fee for the JQE, which will be charged to your student account.
Registration must be completed online at http://well.wvu.edu/ccpps/testing_services/.