The Office of Career Services is staffed by journalists who know the media landscape and will work with you to find the best journalists for your organization.
Our diverse student body graduates from a program born in the digital age — the school turns a mere 10 years old in 2016. Like your newsrooms, our school embraces change, so you can be certain that the CUNY alums you hire will as well. Learn more about the three-semester M.A. in Journalism program, which graduates students in December. Here’s how you can tap our talent:
- Summer Internship Program — Every student is required to complete a full-time summer internship at a media organization in order to gain on-the-job experience before graduation. Details can be found here.
- 2016 Job and Internship Fair — Mark your calendars for Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Journalism organizations interested in recruiting at this event may contact Yolanda Rodriguez in the Office of Career Services for more information.
- Community and Ethnic Media Meetup — Our annual speed-dating style session where local editors get to hear pitches from our students.
- View Resumes. Employers can search, sort and view resumes of our students and recent graduates. Sign in to the CUNY J-School Jobs website to get started.
- Post Jobs and Internships — We welcome employers with internships, full-time, part-time and freelance opportunities in journalism — digital, print, video, broadcast TV, documentary, photo, audio, social or interactive — to post their jobs on our site. We will not approve jobs in advertising, public relations or marketing, or any non-journalism related positions. For information on our summer internship program, go here.
- On-Campus Recruiting — The Office of Career Services will help you arrange interviews with our students at any time during the academic year that suits your schedule.
- Information and Networking Sessions — Schedule an event to sell your company and meet prospective employees.