Students in our program have many work opportunities in media both on and off campus.
Internships serve as a bridge between classroom knowledge and building an impressive resume and portfolio.
In the journalism program, students have many opportunities for internships at high-profile corporations such as WTOL 11-Toledo, the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) and CBS radio.
Working in a field relating to digital media and journalism allows students to gain an enhanced understanding of how to apply skills learned in the classroom to situations that will be faced beyond graduation.
The following resources are available to UF students:
College Central Network - As part of our ongoing efforts to enhance employment services to students, the Office of Internship and Cooperative Education Program has implemented a FREE online registration service. Once registered, you have 24/7 access to internship postings. If you have any questions concerning College Central Network, contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.Job Fairs - Please view our Calendar of Events for upcoming events. Job Opportunities - Watch for Facebook posts from the Office of Internships and Placement notifying you employment opportunities.
Career Services - There are a variety of areas within this department that offer assistance whether you need help building your résumé or negotiating a job offer. Click here for more information.
Here are a few of the sources our faculty use to help you acquire hands on experience to build up a strong resume and portfolio before you graduate:
The Public Relations Student Society of America.
The professional organization, Public Relations Society of America,
features a national job bank PLUS links to chapters in all 50 states,
most of which have their own local job banks that makes checking out
local sites worthwhile.
A site with job and internship resources for writers and editors.