How do you start that media career for which you spent years in college? Two recent IUP journalism grads tell how at the seventh annual J-Jobs Boot Camp, sponsored by the IUP chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
The event will be held on Wednesday, April 29, from 5:00–6:15 p.m. in Davis Hall, room 418.
Two days after graduation, Megan started an internship with the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Then, the paper hired her to lay out and design sports pages, to cover “towns you’ve never heard of” for a Trib-owned suburban weekly, to cover Butler County schools, and finally to cover cops and crime for the Pittsburgh city desk. Meanwhile, she earned a master’s degree from Point Park University.
A staff photographer at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Michael’s work has appeared in thePittsburgh Post-Gazette, the New York Times, the PhiladelphiaInquirer, the Toledo Blade, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, PittsburghMagazine, Wilmington Magazine, the Wilmington Star-News, the IndianaGazette, the Valley News Dispatch, and in various other outlets across the nation via the Associated Press. See Henninger’s photos.
Audience questions are encouraged. Light refreshments will be provided. Check with your Journalism professor about extra credit for attendance.
Contact IUP SPJ President Adam Harring (email@example.com), SPJ Vice President Juliette Rapp (J.I.Rapp@iup.edu), or SPJ faculty adviser David Loomis. Or phone the IUP Journalism Department at 724 357-4411.
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