American Copy Editors Society Scholarships

Eligibility: Applicants must be seeking college or university degrees and be enrolled as juniors, seniors or graduate students during the summer and/or fall term in 2017. Scholarships are awarded without regard to the student’s major or field of academic concentration. Previous scholarship winners are not eligible. Students in countries other than the United States may apply as well.

Requirements: The specifics for all six scholarships are here. Applications must be emailed by the end of Nov. 15, 2017. All entry materials must be in English.

The Bill Walsh scholarship will go to an applicant who aspires to edit news and who demonstrates the talent and passion for language that Bill devoted his life to.

Applicants for the other five scholarships should have a commitment to a career in the editing of written materials and demonstrate effectiveness in doing so.

By submitting a separate application for each, an entrant can seek both the Walsh and one of the other scholarships, but can win only one.


Add comment Posted in  Scholarships ,Study and Learn October 11, 2017


Weekend Meteorologist/Reporter needed to be a part of a 3 person weather team.

If you have a passion for weather, I want to hear from you. Your Hometown Lima Stations has an opening for an on-air personality dedicated to providing the weather to weather hungry Northwest & West Central Ohio viewers. The winning candidate will give the weather during 4 of our highly rated weekend newscasts on our NBC Lima station. This is a unique opportunity as we have all 4 major networks under one roof. Live weather reports from the field will also be required. Successful candidate will also be required to post the forecast on our website, and Facebook page. If candidate is able to shoot, write and edit weather & news stories on ENPS and Final Cut Pro, that is a major plus. The winning candidate must work well with the weather team and news staff. Working knowledge of WSI Max, ENPS, FINAL CUT and WORLD NOW (Frankly Media) moves you to the head of the class.

Meteorology degree required.

Your Hometown Lima Stations offers excellent benefits including health, dental and vision and immediate 401k plan. Must pass BMV background check and drug test if offered the job. Send DVD or link, along with cover letter and resume to . Jeff Fitzgerald, News Director, 1424 Rice Avenue, Lima, Ohio 45805. Your Hometown Lima Stations is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please indicate where you saw this job posting in your cover letter.

Add comment Posted in  Jobs ,Paid September 29, 2017

PRSA, AAF, Press Club Internship Event

Whether it’s to earn class credit or gain essential experience, our annual Internship Event brings together students, professionals and prospective employers for a unique networking and educational experience.

The Internship Event gives you the opportunity to engage with local professionals across the communications, marketing, public relations and media industries. Here, you will learn how to become the ideal internship candidate, helping to pave the way for your future career.

Participants have the opportunity to engage with professionals both one-on-one and through our Q&A panel session. During this time, you will hear from insightful experts, who will share advice and their unique career perspectives.

Whether you’re a first-year student or graduating senior, you’ve completed two internships or perhaps are looking to start your first; this is the event for you!

We look forward to seeing you on November 4, from 8 a.m. – noon, at the Hilton Garden Inn, Levis Commons. Attendees will enjoy a light breakfast along with the opportunity to explore a variety of booths before entering the event.

register now!

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Add comment Posted in  Internships ,Study and Learn ,Tips September 18, 2017


The Chips Quinn Scholars Program for Diversity in Journalism offers students hands-on training and mentoring by caring news veterans. Nearly 1,400 men and women have been named Chips Quinn Scholars since 1991, making it the largest and most enduring diversity initiative of the Newseum Institute.

The program’s aim: Provide training and support that will open doors to news and information careers and bring greater diversity to the newsrooms of the United States.

The program, operated by the Newseum Institute and funded by the Freedom Forum, matches qualified candidates with participating news organizations from across the country for 10- to 12-week paid internships. Selected scholars participate in an intense, one-week orientation/multimedia training workshop at the John Seigenthaler Center in Nashville, Tenn., in preparation for their internships. The training in Nashville is paid for by the Newseum Institute.

The annual application deadline is in October. College juniors, seniors, graduate students and recent graduates with majors in journalism or career goals in journalism are eligible to apply.

The program was founded by John C. Quinn, former deputy chairman of the Freedom Forum, and his late wife, Loie, who wanted to honor their son, John “Chips” Quinn Jr., who was an upstate New York newspaper editor when he was killed in an automobile accident. For further information, contact Program Director Karen Catone at or 202/292-6271.



Add comment Posted in  Awards ,Internships ,Paid ,Scholarships ,Study and Learn September 18, 2017

Association for Women in Sports Media Internships/Scholarships

The Association for Women in Sports Media is a non-profit organization founded as a support network and advocacy group for women in sports journalism. We work to promote and increase diversity in sports media through our summer internship and scholarship program, which has placed more than 150 women in paid internships since 1990.

I’m reaching out to you to ask that you please inform your students about the following opportunity. We have up to 10 internships to go along with 10 scholarships available for summer 2018. There are a mixture of digital (newspaper/magazines/websites), broadcast and PR opportunities for female students seeking careers in the sports media industry.

Our recipients receive a $1,000 scholarship and complimentary registration and lodging at AWSM’s annual convention–next year we will be in Phoenix.

The application period is open now and runs through Oct. 31. There is no fee for AWSM members to apply and a $25 fee for non-members.


Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions. The direct link to the application can be found here:

And you can find more information here as well:

Add comment Posted in  Internships ,Paid ,Scholarships ,Study and Learn September 15, 2017

BG Sentinel-Tribune Sports Writer

We are looking to hire a part-time writer in the sports department at the Sentinel-Tribune.

We are looking for somebody to cover office shifts, cover games and write features and previews. Hours are primarily late afternoon/evening. It is a paid position.

Those interested should send a resume and cover letter to

Add comment Posted in  Jobs ,Paid ,Study and Learn August 21, 2017

Title – Content Writer/Developer 

Objective/Purpose – EssentialHuman is a magazine-styled blog that wIll launch in the coming months; a brand that will help humans be better humans through 3 basic functions: loving yourself (focusing on your inner world), thinking of and interacting effectively with others (focusing on your outer world), and connecting with nature (focusing on the larger picture).  We will aim to help them live an intentional life, leading to the ability to thrive and create rather than to cope and destruct. “Putting the humanity back in humans”!

Description – I would like to have about 50-75 articles of 800-1,500 words in a style similar to Yes Magazine or ThriveGlobal.  Content Writers may write as many articles out of these 50-75 as they would like and on any topic (except political) in relation to the general themes of EssentialHuman.

Functional Responsibilities

– Conceptualize article theme/title or choose from options via shared GoogleDoc

– Conduct any research necessary (this may be collaborative)

– Write article

– Work with Molly on editing and perfecting including SEO, etc.


– Flexibility

– Initiative

– Effective and straightforward communication with others

– The ability to work as part of a team as well as independently

– Creativity

– A mentality of helping and educating others, making a difference through actionable work

– Research skills including generalization & application

Communication & Relationships – Writers will be working closely with Molly, through the use of shared docs, chat sessions, and possibly google hangouts or skype sessions, to co-create content that is geared toward helping humans become better humans.  The nature of the “co-creation” and communication may change as needed.  This may include purposeful discussions on the topics at hand, writers working with each other to produce the content, or even the development of specific roles such as Researcher, Writer, Editor, etc.  Flexibility and communication will be key.

Salary – Once the site starts making money, there would be the possibility of long-term paid work. Writers have full permission to use the articles for a portfolio or link back to a personal site for more exposure.

If you are interested in perfecting your content game, building authority, or just enjoy writing in your free time, please contact at

Email instructions:

Subject line <EssentialHuman Writer>

Content should include a brief description of yourself, your experience, and why you think you would be a good fit for the project.  Also include general availability over the coming months.

I will be in touch within a week after your email submission to set up a call/skype session to chat.

Thank you for your interest!

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Add comment Posted in  Internships ,Study and Learn July 10, 2017

BG Exchange Club Internship

The Bowling Green Exchange Club has just celebrated 70 years of service to the community and during our anniversary year we realized that the club would like to raise awareness of our activities and charitable giving.  I am reaching out to the Department of Journalism and Public Relations in the hope of attracting an intern for the 2017/2018 academic year.

The internship would be unpaid, but would offer a student a high degree of autonomy with two public relations campaigns and valuable community contacts. In addition, the national headquarters of Exchange Club is located in Toledo, OH, and a student would have exposure to a service club’s leadership at the highest level.  To get an idea of what Exchange does, here is the National website,  Information about our local club can be found at

Below is a list of the responsibilities for the internship:

  • Newspaper briefs on upcoming speakers
  • Social Media Updates on Exchange activities and speakers
  • Public relations campaign for our scholarship giving and former recipients and finding out how it made a difference
  • Publicity for our Bowling Green High School and Penta Career Centers Student of the Month program
  • Publicity for projects we fund in the community such as the playground at Job and Family Services
  • Public relations campaign for the Positive Start Program for middle school students in April.  The club believes this is a powerful service to the community and could benefit from a dedicated campaign.  A description of Positive Start can be found here:

One requirement is that students would have to be available for lunch meetings on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Stone Ridge Golf Club.  The lunch would be provided and transportation could also be provided if necessary, but it would be critical for the student to attend our meetings to better understand the club.

Michele Raine

President, Bowling Green Exchange Club

Assistant Director , Wood County District Public Library

251 N. Main Street

Bowling Green, OH 43402

419-352-5104 ext. 226

Add comment Posted in  Internships ,Study and Learn July 7, 2017

Personal Finance Internship

Be personally mentored by an award winning news journalist — An exciting Financial Technology start-up company is seeking an energetic and passionate Journalism student who wants to learn how to write about Personal Finance for young adults. You will have have broad editorial control and full byline exposure as you learn to write/blog on the topic. Work from home.  Flexible hours. A great opportunity to learn while building a portfolio and your personal brand.

You will be mentored one-to-one by a senior company advisor who is an award winning evening news anchor at a national network affiliate.

The internship is unpaid. The company is very close to receiving additional funding but is not quite there yet.  Send resume to:

Rhonda Ozanian

Add comment Posted in  Internships ,Study and Learn July 7, 2017


The Cleveland Jewish News is seeking a digital content producer to join our editorial team.

We are looking for an individual with exceptional skills and a passion for creating and distributing news content across different media. As the digital content producer you will be responsible for posting CJN content on the website and associated social media channels. You will support the editorial team in generating original content as well as enhancing content appearing in print. As a member of the editorial team, the ideal candidate must demonstrate a collaborative working style and exceptional communication skills and work well independently.

We offer candidates the chance to make an immediate impact as part of a rapidly growing multimedia company that produces an award-winning weekly newspaper, multiple websites and social media channels, six magazine titles serving the Jewish and secular communities, community events and custom publications.

You’ll be expected to leverage your established digital expertise and newsroom skills to make a tangible difference in a fast-paced and constantly evolving 52-year-old community-owned independent multimedia company.


Manage the content flow on the home page, landing pages and article pages of, the official website of the Cleveland Jewish News, adding metadata, hyperlinks, images, info boxes and additional digital content to all articles on the website.
Determine appropriate schedule for posting and broadcasting all online content.
Edit and publish JTA, JNS and AP wire content for publication-readiness, including clarity, fairness, legality, spelling, grammar, punctuation and style.
Meet weekly deadlines for assigned print assets.
Compose online headlines and summaries, taking into account SEO principles and keywords.
Optimize, aggregate and package assets for print and digital publications.
Collaborate with reporters to post stories on schedule.
Collaborate with the manager of digital marketing and managing editor to evaluate current workflow processes and develop and continue to evaluate best practices to better satisfy audience needs.
Produce e-newsletters, including managing the content, design and sending of e-newsletters.
Disseminate breaking news alerts.
Write, photograph and produce videos for print, digital platforms (including social media), magazines and events.


Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, design or associated concentration with an emphasis on newsroom and/or online competencies or professional equivalent.
Minimum 2-3 years hands-on experience in a professional environment.
Deep understanding of digital tools, trends, and best practices.
Advanced knowledge of social media and how to engage fan base on digital platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Periscope, etc.
Photography and videography expertise.
Strong digital production skills, including video editing and multimedia production.
Fluency with Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, Avid and Microsoft Office.
Knowledge of HTML and CSS preferred.
Familiarity with Constant Contact or other email marketing service.
Experience using Blox CMS or other similar management system.
Exceptional decision-making, planning and organizational skills.
Self-motivation and self-directed toward achieving excellence.
Effective communicator who is able to work well with and adapt to diverse personalities in a fast-paced and competitive environment.
Ability to multitask and excel under intense deadline pressure.
Work collaboratively within a cross-functional environment, which includes editorial, sales, design and other departments.
Must embrace peer-to-peer feedback, training and coaching.
Apply innovative, creative thinking to support the company’s goals.
Proficiency in grammar and AP style a must.
Flexible and open-minded.
Position involves some weekends and evening assignments.
Must have reliable transportation and a valid Ohio driver’s license.
Knowledge of Cleveland Jewish community helpful, but not required.
Strong desire to win and have fun!
We value a culture of collaboration and professional and personal growth for all team members.

The CJPC provides a competitive salary, healthcare, 401(k), short-term and long-term disability, paid time off that increases with tenure and a generous company holiday schedule.

If you identify with our values and feel strongly that you could contribute to our team, we encourage you to submit your cover letter and resume to Rebecca Fellenbaum, digital marketing manager, at Please include “Digital Content Producer” in the subject line.

Cleveland Jewish Publication Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Add comment Posted in  Jobs ,Paid June 14, 2017

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