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Third Annual Nation Student Journalism Conference

The Nation magazine is bringing together the next generation of independent journalists to learn more about social movements, their historic and contemporary impact on electoral politics, and how journalists can better cover them.

The 2018 Nation Student Journalism Conference
9:00am to 6:00pm, Friday, June 1, 2018
The New School, Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall
55 West 13th Street, 2nd floor, NYC

Speakers include Katrina vanden Heuvel, Richard Kim, Melissa Harris-Perry, Kai Wright, Sarah Jaffe, Dave Zirin, and many others.

The conference is free for all accepted applicants. A small number of travel grants and free housing spots are available. All matriculating undergraduate and graduate students are eligible. Young writers of college age not in school also eligible to apply. All applications will be acknowledged and considered on a rolling basis until Friday, April 20.

Eligibility, application and program details here

Summer and Fall Internship at L.A. Parent & The National Parenting Product Awards

L.A. Parent & The National Parenting Product Awards are seeking bright, motivated journalism students to intern with their regional parenting magazine and national awards program. No parenting experience is necessary, but writing/editing experience is required. They have a small staff, so this is an excellent opportunity to dive in and hone your skills. Interns will:

•Help with writing and posting on all of their social media platforms
•Assist them with editorial research
•Write brief articles for their website and newsletter
•Participate in editorial planning

Interns work closely with their editorial director, receive direct feedback about their writing and reporting, and finish the internship with real hands-on experience

Company: LA Parent ( & National Parenting Product Awards (
 Address: 5855 Topanga Canyon Blvd. Suite 210, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
 Type of internship: $300 stipend paid at the end of internship; school credit provided.

Contact: Elena Epstein, editorial director
818-264-2222. Ext. 222

Matador Sports Network- Producer

Department: Associated Students Sport Clubs

Job Title: Matador Sports Network- Producer

Position Overview: Oversee MSN operations including but not limited to: filming, editing,
reporting, and employee scheduling.

● Coordinate with Sport Clubs for upcoming event coverage and promotional
● Reports to the Sport Club Manager with updates of MSN projects and progress
● Conduct equipment inventory and purchase gear as necessary
● Facilitate checkouts of equipment to approved MSN Editors and Reporters
● Schedule reservations for weekly meetings and sporting events

● Supervise the use of all media equipment used for live streams or production work
● Delegate editing packages for the weekly “The Brief” to Editing and/or Reporting
● Delegate footage reels to be assembled for Sport Club teams by request
● Assemble MIND screen packages for Sport Promotion

● Delegate reporting packages to students to better promote the Sport Clubs Programs
● Effective ability to use camcorders, DSLRs, and microphones, as well as teleprompting
● Delegate reporters to cover sporting events for “The Brief”, “The Sport Club Forum”,
and the live stream of games.
● Direct the commentary for live streamed events and promote the use of professional attire
and language.

Qualifications: Must be currently enrolled as a CSUN student.
Effective communication and audio/visual skills essential.
Minimum one years’ experience in Journalism or CTVA (two years preferred).
Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere Pro experience required

Hours: up to 20 per week (40 during the summer and winter sessions)
Salary: $12.00 per hour
Desired Major(s): CTVA, Journalism, Marketing

Email cover letter and resume as an attachment to

Internship opportunity


The ABC studio is  looking for students for the summer as an intern. Want to have experience at a well known studio? Apply for the position through the website. Click the link below for more information on the qualifications and duties.

LGBT Newspaper, Los Angeles Blade, seeks freelance local Los Angeles story news writers

The Los Angeles Blade is the newspaper of record the the LGBTQ
community for Los Angeles Country. They are also sister newspaper of the
Washington Blade in DC.  Both newspapers are in print and online at and

They are recruiting writers who can regularly cover local Los Angeles
area LGBT news and who are able to work both on assignment and who are
able to scope out original, enterprise news that they then pitch to
the editor. You would work with veteran LGBT news editor Karen Ocamb
on your articles, Karen will offer her expertise and insight.

They are looking for writers with a strong passion for LGBTQ equality
and who are interested in pursuing the highest level of excellence in
their reporting.

Please email clips of your work along with an introduction and/or
resume to and copy

They pay per assignment published and are looking to engage with you immediately.

Professional Presentation

Daily Breeze reporter Larry Altman will be on campus to do a presentation about social media. The event will take place on March 6 from 6:30 to 8pm at the CSUN Almuni Offices second floor. Learn how social media can be a great benefit as a journalist and pizza will be provided.

The offices are located on 9324 Reseda Blvd. RSVP to