Columbia Journalism School
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For Employers

The Office of Career Development can help you find the best journalists for your news organizations, whether you're looking for newcomers to the profession or seasoned journalists.

REGISTER NOW for Career Expo 2016, Sat. April 2, 2016 at Roone Arledge Auditorium on Columbia's Morningside Heights campus. Please join us to meet, mentor and interview the Class of 2016 for paid internships, jobs and freelance opportunities now and in the future. If you haven't previously attended, please provide us your contact information so we can add you to the invitation list. REGISTER AND READ MORE.


Employers, a friendly warning! If you plan to come to the Expo, we urge you to register early to ensure a spot. View our list of 2015 attendees and this short video

Other Services for Employers

JobNews. 
Our automated JobNews Career Management Center is a free job board service that gives you control over your job and internship postings. Use JobNews to reach our current students and alumni for jobs and internships of every experience level and skill set. Get Started Here. For more information on our academic-year internship requirements, go here.

Interviews Year Round

If you can't make it to the Career Expo or if your post-graduate internship program deadlines pass before the Expo takes place, we welcome you to interview our students on campus at any time during the academic year. To set this up, please contact Izabela Rutkowski at ir2273@columbia.edu.

Meet the Faculty

The faculty of the Columbia University Journalism School remains a core strength of the school. Composed of professional journalists recognized for their accomplishments and well-attuned to the principles of the school, the faculty members are deeply committed to teaching.

Full Time Faculty Bios and contact information

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Learn About Our Programs
The full-time and part-time programs leading to the Master of Science in journalism build upon the student's previous  background in liberal arts, business, law and several other disciplines. The purpose is not simply to train candidates for the first or next job in the field, but also to educate them for significant careers. Applicants who have substantial experience as working journalists may be considered for the Master of Arts Program, concentrating in politics, business & economy, science, or arts & culture. 

M.S. Full-Time Program
M.S. Part-Time Program
M.A. Program
The Ph.D. Program
Knight-Bagehot Fellowship Program in Economics & Business Journalism
Columbia Publishing Course

Julie Hartenstein
Associate Dean
Specializes in: broadcast, video and digital production 
Room 2M07A, Journalism
212-854-9198

Gina Boubion
Associate Director
Specializes in: magazines & newspapers
Room 2M07B, Journalism
212-854-2980

Elena Cabral
Director Part-time Program/Career Services
Specializes in: newspapers & digital journalism
Room 207B, Journalism
212-854-1124

Izabela Rutkowski
Program Manager
Room 2M07D, Journalism
212-854-4422

Shurnette Henry
Interim Program Coordinator
Room 2M07D, Journalism
212-854-4422

Read more about the Career Services staff

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Associate Provost, Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
Title IX Coordinator, Section 504 Compliance Officer
103 Low Library
(212) 854-5918
mrooker@columbia.edu

Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (New York Office)
(646) 428-3800
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