The Office of Career Services is here to help you find the best journalists for your news organizations, whether you're looking for newcomers to the profession or seasoned journalists.
Please join our annual Career Expo, the largest journalism job fair in the country.
SAVE THE DATE for Career Expo 2016: Sat. April 2, 2016. Please join us to meet, mentor, hire and inspire our class of 2016 and identify candidates for paid internships, freelance opportunities and to fill jobs 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.
Career Expo 2015 was filled to capacity, with 143 media companies represented by 300 editors, producers, and hiring managers in attendance. Please click here to see the list of registered employers. Please register early to insure a spot. Click here for a snapshot of the event.
Services for Employers
Our automated JobNews Career Management Center is a free job board service that gives you control over posting jobs , freelance opportunities and paid internships, sends you automatic emails when postings expire and you can collect applications within system. The site is password protected and only our currents students and alumni have access so you are targeting a wide range of well trained applicants, many with cutting edge digital, video and data skills. Click "Post Job Openings" below for more information.
On-Campus Recruiting: schedule an individual recruiting visit to the J-school
Interviews Year Round
If you can't make it to the 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Columbia program emphasizes academic disciplines, journalism skills, principles, ethics and issues. Digital media is also at the core of our students' curriculum. You'll meet and interview students specializing in newspaper, magazine, digital media and broadcast news, both radio and television. You will also meet mid-career students specializing in business, politics, health/science, and arts and culture reporting, and others who are studying investigative journalism, religion, education, national and foreign affairs and more.
Meet the Faculty
The outstanding faculty of the Columbia University Journalism School remains a principal 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.
Learn About Our Programs
The full-time and part-time programs leading to the Master of Science in journalism build upon the student's already strong 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 and who do not seek to concentrate in professional courses may be considered for the Master of Arts Program, concentrating in politics, business & economy, science, or arts & culture. A Doctor of Philosophy degree in Communications is administered by the school in cooperation with various other university departments and divisions, including Political Science, Sociology, and the Business School.
Specializes in: broadcast, video and digital production
Room 2M07A, Journalism
Specializes in: magazines & newspapers
Room 2M07B, Journalism
Director Part-time Program/Career Services
Specializes in: newspapers & digital journalism
Room 207B, Journalism
Room 2M07D, Journalism
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