You are all encouraged to attend the dedication of the new Allen H. Neuharth Reading Room in Library West.
Al Neuharth was a passionate support of journalism education, with a special affinity for our College. He was Chairman and CEO of the Gannett Company and founder of USA Today.
Join us Monday, March 10, at 2 p.m., on the third floor of Library West.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org .
WEAR, the ABC Affiliate in Pensacola, FL, is accepting applications for a weekend anchor/reporter position. Candidates must be good communicators, know how to write and produce news for broadcast, know issues and concerns facing our local communities and possess good story telling skills. Must be able to work evenings and weekends.
2+ years of experience
4 year degree, able to work flexible schedule, Drug test required
Sinclair Broadcast Group is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace.
Please apply online by going to www.sbgi.net/employment
The University of Florida Alumni Association is seeking applicants for the open position of Journalism Intern:
Paid Internship Opportunity
This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a fast-paced publication environment. You will work directly with the editor and staff to help produce an exceptional, quarterly alumni print publication.
Research and write short news stories for specific departments/sections of the magazine.
Seek, pitch and gather news stories/article ideas from various UF colleges.
Copyedit longer articles written by UF Relations and various colleges.
Proofread and perform minor edits of all articles in accordance to AP and Florida GATOR style manuals.
Acquire quote approvals from sources.
Photo source for department articles.
Attend and contribute to weekly magazine editorial meetings where we develop story ideas and cover concepts.
Update article list in Excel spreadsheet.
Perform related duties as required.
Bachelor’s degree candidate in Journalism or Communications. Preferably junior or senior. Classes in reporting and editing necessary.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word; AP Style
Previous news/magazine writing experience preferred
Excellent writing, editing and organizational skills
Ability to meet deadlines
Attention to detail
Self-starter who can work autonomously, take direction and contribute ideas
- Submit a resume, cover letter and three clips or work samples (preferably published; if you don’t have published work, please send appropriate samples to demonstrate your writing ability) to Garrett Garner-Wells at email@example.com by Monday, March 31st.
- Letter of recommendation from a professor who can attest to your skills and abilities.
The O’Connell Center is looking for a part-time Marketing Assistant starting this semester. The position will assist the Associate Director and Box Office & Marketing Manager with marketing tasks and general office responsibilities including, but not limited to, marketing and promoting events, social media, special event planning, graphic design and box office functions. You must be computer literate, have a positive demeanor and a strong desire to learn. Students from any college are encouraged to apply. Freshman and sophomores are preferred, but all applications will be accepted and reviewed. For more information on the Marketing Assistant position and how to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received by 11:59pm on Sunday, March 16th, 2014.
MA Position Description 14
Fort Myers, FL
Scheduled Days & Hours:
Full-time, weekday mornings.
College degree required; Broadcast Journalism or Communication emphasis preferred.
Candidate must have strong skills in the following areas: written and verbal communication; work organization; on-air delivery; news judgment; news writing and production; reporting; live reporting; and live interviewing; must have strong knowledge of journalistic standards as related to the on-air presentation of news; must be able to work well under pressure and with others to develop and execute compelling newscasts; must be self-motivated and creative; must be able to exhibit a warm, cheerful & entertaining personality in support of a fast-paced, high-energy, personality-driven morning newscast.
Minimum of two years on-air anchoring or reporting experience preferred.
Deliver morning newscasts; write/report for newscasts as directed; deliver live reports or field anchoring as needed; edit stories as assigned; make public appearances/ community involvement; front station promos; develop contacts in the community and become involved in community projects, particularly those sponsored by the station; must be willing and able to work long or irregular hours during continuing news coverage if required, especially including hurricanes; other duties as directed by management.
Only those candidates sending a video link or DVD, résumé and cover letter will be considered. Send materials to:
Eric Maze, News Director
621 S.W. Pine Island Rd.
Cape Coral, FL 33991
HCA’s General Body Meeting is on March 20th at 6:30PM at Weimer Hall RM#3032. Meeting will begin at 7PM and we will have refreshments. The meeting’s theme is “Photography for Non-Photographers” which will provide attendees with tips/tricks to better their photography skills.
e are looking for submissions for our new bilingual magazine titled Com(M)unícate. The purpose of Com(M)unícate is to showcase the amazing work of UF students. Submissions should be related to our theme, the world of communications and the media. If you would like to submit your work for possible publication, please email HCA at HispanicCommunicatorsAtUF@gmail.com
. Keep in mind this is a bilingual magazine and so we like to showcase both work in English and Spanish or both! All submissions must be received by March 21st, 2014
at 11:59PM for publishing consideration. Note that submissions are not guaranteed to be published.
Ideas for submissions:
Print/TV/Radio Stories (investigative reports, features, profiles, commentary/criticism, special interest, public affairs, opinion/editorials, breaking news, sports, etc
Below is the submission guidelines. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you and have a wonderful day.
HCA Publication Submissions
We are pleased to announce that Houston Wells will join the College’s faculty this fall as a Lecturer in the Department of Telecommunication. He will teach video production courses for both the Departments of Telecommunication and Journalism.
Wells has worked in the field of video production since 2001 after earning a master’s degree from our College. He has scripted, produced and edited countless commercials, corporate/industrial films and educational videos. He has worked with multiple video formats and post-production workflows and will bring his experience in visual storytelling to the classroom. The teaching of video production is particularly important in our curriculum. He will be a great addition to the College.
He has served as an adjunct lecturer in the College and also holds a master’s degree in secondary science education and a bachelor’s degree in zoology from UF.
Please join us in welcoming Houston Wells to the College.
The College is delighted to share the news that Eunice Kim will be joining the faculty this fall as an Assistant Professor of Advertising. She also will teach courses in the Department of Public Relations.
Kim’s combination of teaching, research and professional experience makes her the ideal selection for this position that involves interdisciplinary teaching across departments. Her scholarly interests in digital and social media, marketing and strategic communications, branding, and consumer psychology will substantially enhance the College’s efforts in persuasive communication and emerging media.
Her work has been published in or will soon appear in the Internal Journal of Advertising, Journal of Interactive Advertising, Journal of Promotion Management, and the Journal of Advertising and Public Relations Research. She also has written a book chapter in “Studies in Health Technology and Informatics.”
Kim will earn her doctoral degree in advertising from the University of Texas this spring. She earned a master’s degree in advertising from Texas in 2010 and a bachelor’s degree in mass communication and history from Yonsei University in South Korea in 2008.
While at Texas, Kim has taught both advertising and public relations courses, with an emphasis on the application of media and consumer psychology. This year, she also has served as an adjunct professor at St. Edward’s University in Austin.
Before pursing her graduate degrees, Kim worked in consumer research and account planning at several advertising agencies in South Korea, including DDB Worldwide Communication Group and Ogilvy & Mather. During her graduate studies, she worked as a social media marketing communication consultant for SCOTOSS Consulting and collaborated on a research project, Engagement Plus Study, on brand communications on Twitter. She is currently working as a marketing and advertising columnist for Korea Association of Advertising Agencies in South Korea.
Please join us in welcoming her to the College!
The Frank Karel Fellowship in Public Interest Communications is a unique program that trains and inspires undergraduate students to consider professional opportunities and possibilities in the field of public interest communications. This fellowship is especially focused on translating personal passion for a more just world into specific skills that can be attractive in the workplace. Applicants must be juniors or seniors, and either first-generation or minority college students .
Fellows gain hands-on experience working on social justice issues under the guidance of a communications mentor at leading local and national nonprofits in the Greater Washington, DC area. Previous Fellows have worked at nonprofit organizations such as The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, the Campaign for Youth Justice, a Maryland-based pro-immigration advocacy organization, a health clinic that services those lacking access to care, a tuberculosis vaccine advocacy group, and others.
Three CJC Gators have been Karel Fellows: Roberta Roberts, JOU 2012, was a Karel Fellow in the summer of 2012 at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Mina Radman, 4JM, was a Karel Fellow in the summer of 2013 at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and Roland Walker, 4JM, was a Karel Fellow in the summer of 2013 at DC Scores. Click their names to read about their experiences, and visit www.karelfellowship.org for more information.
The application for Summer 2014 is live. Applications are due March 7, 2014. Please contact email@example.com with any questions you have.
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