What we offer our students
Guaranteed Paid Internship
Our students graduate with on-the-job experience thanks to our required summer internship. The school guarantees that every student will be paid, either by the employer or with a stipend from the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism.
Individual Career Advising
We work with you one-on-one to develop a personalized career strategy based on your individual interests, experience and goals. Our counselors help with resumes, cover letters, online portfolios and interview preparation while serving as a resource to help find a summer internship and, later, a job.
Career Development Programs
Students are regularly introduced to working journalists from leading media organizations through information sessions, workshops, practice interview sessions and on-campus recruiting. Register here for upcoming events.
Trained to listen to diverse voices, build relationships with underrepresented communities, and cover their stories with cultural sensitivity, our students and alumni are uniquely qualified to help steer the future of American newsrooms. Our annual Fall Career Fair is our premier recruiting event, where you can connect with our students, soon-to-be graduates and alumni for internships, fellowships, jobs and freelance opportunities.
In the Fall of 2020, amid the Covid-19 crisis, we held our first Virtual Career Fair with 147 editors and recruiters from 61 news organizations. Employers connected with students and alumni in more than 850 live video interviews including group and 1:1 sessions scheduled in advance. Attendees ranged from legacy media to non-profit news startups.
LinkedIn Learning is an educational platform that offers video courses to teach resume writing, interview and career networking skills. It’s a wonderful resource for members of the Newmark J-School community, and it’s completely free. Click here to log in using your Newmark J-School Google account.
What we offer employers
Help in Recruiting
Job & Internship Fair in October. Our premiere recruiting event features more than 50 national and local media organizations.
Latino Media Fair in November. An opportunity for Spanish-language and Latino-focused media to meet our bilingual students and alumni.
Community Media Fair in February. A chance for local editors to meet our students.
Information Sessions. Schedule a lunchtime information session about your company.
Interview Days. We will help you arrange one-on-one interviews with our students at any time during the academic year that fits your schedule.
We can connect you with students eager for real-world workplace experience.
Summer Internship Program. Every M.A. student must complete a full-time summer internship for their degree. The school guarantees that every student will be paid, offering a student stipend for internships that are offered for academic credit only.
Academic Semester Internships. Second- and third-semester students may do optional part-time internships during their spring and fall semesters.
A Place to Post Openings
Reach current students and alumni by posting internships, full-time, part-time and freelance journalism opportunities on our site.
Only positions in journalism — digital, print, video, broadcast TV, documentary, photo, audio, social or interactive — will be posted.
We will not approve positions in advertising, public relations, marketing.