Journalism

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Description

Education within a college and/or university alone no longer guarantees you a good job. The current job market is more competitive than it has ever been, and Family Reunion offers a genuine internship experience that will not only prepare you for today's job market, but will also help transform you into an asset for any company YOU choose to work for. Classes pertaining to your major are no substitute for real world job experience and this internship does not consist of typical thankless and menial work, but provides a true hands-on experience through direction and personal management. Completing this internship experience will help put you at the top of the list among job candidates.

If you're interested in working in the media, doing an internship while you're in college is an absolute must. You can most likely get academic credits for it, but most importantly, you will gain valuable hands-on-experience that will impress prospective employers and give you an advantage over other applicants when entering the job market.

"I can't emphasize enough the importance of summer internships," says Randy Hagihara, recruitment editor for the Los Angeles Times. "The more the better."

Responsibilities

Knowledge of Adobe products: Illustrator, Photoshop, and Flash
Excellent organization and interpersonal skills
Able to work independently and as part of a team
Must be organized, very motivated and enthusiastic
Basic understanding of email

Requirements

This position is open to students enrolled at any college or university or a graduate looking for real world experience. The students' interests must lie in journalism. This position is open for as long as the student would like, but with a minimum length of 12 weeks, 21 to 35 hours/week to receive a certificate of completion and a letter of recommendation.

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