Opportunities 2.14.13

ANNOUNCEMENTS

NewsWatch En Espanol Anchor Auditions
Anchor auditions for our Spanish newscast will be held on Friday 2/15/13 at 2pm on the Sixth Floor of the Cronkite School. Questions? Contact andrea.p.perez@asu.edu

Local publishers and digital companies will be on campus on Monday April 15 to conduct summer/fall 2013 internship interviews. If you want to participate in this interview day, please submit your application by March 1. Link to the application http://cronkite.asu.edu/assets/pdf/2013A_app.pdf

Local PR/Social Media agencies and non-profits will be on campus Wednesday April 17 to conduct internship interviews for summer/fall 2013 internships. If you want to participate in this interview day, please submit your application by March 1.
Link to the application http://cronkite.asu.edu/assets/pdf/2013A_app.pdf

Hard copies of the internship application can be found in the student resource center on the second floor of the Cronkite School. You must submit an unofficial transcript and a career goals paragraph with your application. Take all materials to Cronkite #222.

EVENTS

Resume Writing
Struggling with your resume? Learn how to make it relevant to the industry and professional looking. Friday, February 15 in Cronkite #256 from 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
RSVP by Thursday Feb. 14 to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu

Cronkite Day at ASU WBB
ASU Women’s Basketball is hosting Cronkite Day on Sunday February 17 vs. Colorado. The game begins at 2:00 p.m. Our own Mary Cook will be the guest coach for the Sun Devils and we’d love to get as many students to the game as possible. Admission is FREE with your Sun Card. Please arrive at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe by 1:30 p.m. to form a spirit line as the Sun Devil players run onto the court. It’s also the Pink Game to bring awareness to the fight against breast cancer. Wear pink!

Association for Women in Sports Media (AWSM)
The Cronkite student organization, AWSM@Arizona State, is hosting a resume review on Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. in room 256 and a Women in Sports panel on Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. in 256 again. If you could mention these events to students that would help us out a lot. The club contact is Megan Stewart at mlstewa3@asu.edu or (612) 965-0816 and the faculty advisor is Tom Blodgett.

AWSM stands for the parent organization, the Association for Women in Sports Media, and is the first female sports club at Cronkite, but we also have a few male members, too. The professional org is comprised of prominent female sports journalists and public relations figures across the U.S. and there will be opportunities for AWSM@Arizona State members to attend the national conference in June in Scottsdale. They also have a prominent scholarship and internship program.

Dressing For Success
If you will be interviewing soon for internships/job and need to know how to dress appropriately in professional settings then attend the Career Catwalk & Fashion Show.

Career Catwalk and Fashion Show
Thursday, Feb. 21, 6 – 8 p.m.
Nursing and Health Innovation 2, Room 110

Come see fellow students ‘strut their stuff’ at the 2nd annual Career Fashion Show sponsored by Dillard’s and ASU Career Services. Discover what employers expect regarding attire when it comes to interviews and your first day on the internship/job. What does casual Friday really mean? Learn what-to and what-not-to-wear and what is expected of you in a professional setting!

Win prizes – Free food! Bring your Sun Card – No RSVP required.

INTERNSHIPS

Summer 2013- Reality TV Show Internship- Broadcast
What: Paid internships
When: Application period for broadcast students runs through February 22; decisions made in early March.
Who: Preferably juniors, seniors and graduates with study in advertising-related fields.
Where: Little Rock, Ark.
Why: To gain real world experience!

Stone Ward is currently taking applications for Camp Reality, a 10-week, full-time, paid internship program from June 3, 2013 to Aug. 9, 2013.

The 2013 Camp Reality intern class will include one representative from each of our departments. Stone Ward is looking for students who are interested in journalism, public relations, creative writing, digital design, print production, broadcast production and graphic design.

We prefer applicants who are juniors, seniors or recent graduates. Interns will be paid $8 per hour.

Through Camp Reality, the intern class will team up to produce an integrated, strategic plan consisting of creative concepts, public relations initiatives, media plans and digital products that will be presented to a client at the end of the summer. While creating these materials, interns work alongside and often build lasting relationships with Stone Ward professionals. Interns are given guidance on how to complete projects but are encouraged to exercise their own creativity during the program.

Stone Ward, headquartered in Little Rock, Ark. with an office in Chicago and is one of the largest advertising agencies in the region. Stone Ward clients include Terminix, Sport Clips, U.S. Soccer, the Arkansas Department of Higher Education and Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Applications, available at StoneWard.com/internships, should be completed and submitted along with resumes and work samples. Resumesshould be kept to a page. Portfolios should reflect the best of the candidate’s work.

Submit applications, non-returnable resumes and portfolio samples online or mail to:

Katherine Dawson
Camp Reality Coordinator
225 E. Markham St.
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: (501) 604-6106
Email: campreality@stoneward.com

Summer 2013- Wendoh Media in Las Vegas- Journalism Intern

WENDOH Media is looking for a journalism intern who is passionate about writing, editing and researching ideas for future stories. A strong interest in Las Vegas nightlife, fashion and culture is a plus. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

-General office assistance
-Assist with fact-checking and proofreading stories
-Research new story ideas
-Assist in social media execution and strategy
-Post events to the website

WENDOH MEDIA is a multi-media enterprise owning and operating a number leading lifestyle products and services: VEGAS Seven, SpyOnVegas.com, DailyFiasco.com, VegasPassport.com, Environmental Ink, and Vegas/Rated.

We are growing fast, and are looking for a few good interns to join us. These internships are unpaid but structured to give participants maximum exposure to new media business strategies. This is a rare opportunity to make some amazing connections, potentially prove yourself for a full time job, and definitely get in to some cool parties.

The positions will focus on assisting in the execution and growth of WENDOH Media’s brands. We are looking for highly motivated individuals with a minimum commitment of 10-15 hours per week, excellent research and communication skills, and computer proficiency. Most importantly you must have an interest and knowledge of Las Vegas nightlife, fashion and culture, and a positive attitude.

Please send a resume and cover letter to interns@wendohmedia.com with “Journalism Intern” in the subject line.

CONTESTS

ASU Photo Contest
ASU is sponsoring a photography contest with prize money ranging from $100-$500. You must shoot photos that depict life at ASU. The deadline is 3/29/13.

For more information click http://studentphotos.asu.edu

Greg Crowder Photojournalism Award
This photography contest honors a Cronkite student for excellence in photojournalism. The winner of this contest gets a $1,000 award and his or her work is displayed on the third floor of the Cronkite School overlooking the First Amendment Forum for a full year.

Cronkite graduate or undergraduate students who have completed at least six hours of journalism coursework are eligible to enter. A student who has won the award in the past is ineligible, although students who have received honorable mentions in past contests are eligible to submit their work again as long as they are still students.

Entering is simple:
·Select six to eight photos that represent your best work. The photos should have been taken between March 1 of 2012 and March 31 of this year. We’re looking for diversity of content, from portraits and features to breaking news and sports. You do not have to submit a photo from each of these areas, but do your best to provide us with a selection that shows your work across topic areas.
·Put your work on a CD or provide a url with your selections and send to kristin.gilger@asu.edu or drop them off in her office, Cronkite 304C.
·Provide a complete caption for each photo.
·Submit your work by Monday, April 8, 2013.

The usual ethical guidelines apply: Content may not be altered digitally or in any other way beyond what is traditionally accepted in the darkroom. The following is permissible: burning and dodging, changes in contrast and/or lightening or darkening a photo to improve reproduction; correcting technical defects in a photo by closing pixels to cover dust spots or erase line hits in transmissions; minor color changes to correct color shifts and improve reproduction quality.

We do not require that any of the photos have been published.

The entries will be judged by a committee appointed by the Cronkite School, to include Cronkite School faculty and professional photojournalists. In addition to the winning entry, honorable mentions will be awarded at the discretion of the judges.

We will announce a winner at the Cronkite Student Awards ceremony this spring. The photos will be mounted and framed over the summer, and a reception to honor the winner will be held next fall.

This contest is made possible through the generous support of Troy and Betsy Crowder, who established the contest to honor their son, Greg Crowder, who was a photojournalism student at the Cronkite School and who became a professional photographer after graduation.

Last year’s winning work by Cronkite student Aaron Lavinsky is featured on the third floor of the Cronkite School overlooking the First Amendment Forum next to Cronkite 314 and at http://cronkite.asu.edu/node/979.

SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS

National Press Photographer’s Association (NPPA)
Up to $2000 for students interested n photojournalism. The deadline for entries is April 15, 2013, 12:00 a.m., Eastern Time.

Applicants must:
-•Be currently enrolled full-time in an accredited four-year college or university in the U.S. or Canada or have been accepted at a four-year institution to complete suspended studies.
•-Provide evidence of an aptitude for photojournalism as well as academic ability and financial need.
•-Provide grade point average as an indication that applicant can successfully complete college studies.
-Explain financial need.
•-Use the scholarship at the beginning of the next semester. Otherwise, it will be forfeited and awarded to an alternate candidate.
•-A letter of recommendation from your advisor is required. The letter should be emailed directly to the scholarship chairperson.

Details and Application Instructions:
http://nppf.org/nppf-scholarships-grants-and-awards/scholarship-application-instructions/

RTDNA Scholarships

Lou and Carole Prato Sports Reporting Scholarship
Louis F. Prato has dedicated more than 30 years to RTDNA and RTDNF. Lou served as secretary of the RTDNF Board of Trustees, and for more than 20 years he was treasurer of the RTDNA Board of Directors.Lou has worked as a news director, a journalism professor, a consultant, and Director of the Penn State All Sports Museum. Lou and his wife Carole live near his alma mater, Penn State University. He is the author of The Penn State Football Encyclopedia.

In recognition of his service to RTDNA and RTDNF, and his commitment to excellence in journalism, the Lou and Carole Prato Sports Reporting Scholarship was established in 2001. It is awarded to a journalism student who brings Lou’s journalism values to covering sports.
Deadline May 31, 2013
http://www.rtdna.org/content/lou_carole_prato_sports_reporting_scholarship

Mike Reynolds Journalism Scholarship
Mike Reynolds, who died in 1988 of a brain tumor at age 45, was assignment editor and then managing editor at KCCI-TV in Des Moines, Iowa. Trustees of the fund to honor his memory require applicants for this award to be enrolled in journalism school and have good writing ability, excellent grades, a dedication to the news business, strong interest in pursuing a career in electronic journalism and a demonstrated need for financial assistance.

Applicants should list media-related jobs held and contributions made to funding their own education.

The recipient of the Mike Reynolds Journalism Scholarship will receive $1,000 and an invitation to the Excellence in Journalism conference. Deadline is May 31, 2013.
http://www.rtdna.org/content/mike_reynolds_journalism_scholarship

Presidents Scholarship
Two $1,000 awards given in honor of former RTDNA Presidents Theodore Koop, Bruce Dennis, James McCulla, John Salisbury, Bruce Palmer, Dick Cheverton, Jim Byron, Ben Chatfield and John Hogan.
Deadline May 31, 2013 http://www.rtdna.org/content/presidents_scholarship

Pete Wilson Scholarship
The Pete Wilson Journalism Scholarship was established in 2007 by Wilson’s friends and colleagues. The scholarship is granted to an undergraduate or graduate journalism student from the Bay area who shares Wilson’s commitment to ethical, responsible journalism. The 2013 Pete Wilson Scholarship is open to Undergraduates and will alternate each year between undergraduates and graduate applicants. Deadline to apply is May 31, 2013.
http://www.rtdna.org/content/pete_wilson_scholarship

Carole Simpson Scholarship
Carole Simpson is a former member of the Radio Television Digital News Foundation Board of Trustees. She established the Carole Simpson Scholarship to encourage and help minority students overcome hurdles along their career path. Carole Simpson Scholarship winners are working as reporters, producers and anchors in television and radio stations across the country.

Simpson retired from ABC News in 2006 to become Leader-in-Residence at Emerson College’s School of Communications in Boston. In a career of notable firsts, in 1992 Simpson became the first woman and the first African American to moderate a presidential debate. She is completing a book on her 40 years as a pioneering African American woman in the field of journalism. Simpson is a commentator for National Public Radio and a frequent political analyst on “Larry King Live.” In 1996, Simpson receive the Leonard Zeidenberg First Amendment Award in recognition of her work to protect First Amendment Freedoms. Deadline to apply is May 31, 2013.
http://www.rtdna.org/content/carole_simpson_scholarship

Ed Bradley Scholarship
In 1994, RTDNF presented the first Ed Bradley Scholarship. Since then, 18 young and aspiring journalists have received the award created by the late CBS News and 60 Minutes correspondent.

Ed Bradley received the Paul White Award from RTDNA in 2000. The Paul White Award recognizes an individual’s lifetime commitment to excellence in journalism. Bradley received the First Amendment Award from RTDNF in 2005 in recognition of his support of the First Amendment rights guaranteed in the Constitution.

http://www.rtdna.org/content/ed_bradley_scholarship

The Abe Schechter Graduate Scholarship

About the Scholarship
Abe Schechter, a true pioneer of radio news, became the first vice president of news for NBC. He began his career in newspapers, then moved to radio. During World War II, he became senior public relations officer for General MacArthur. He eventually returned to NBC where he helped create the Today show. From there, he became part owner of the Mutual Broadcasting System. In the 1960s Schechter founded a PR firm that he and his business partner, former RTDNF Trustee George Glazer, subsequently sold to Hill & Knowlton. Schechter and his wife died in a car accident in 1989, and this $2,000 scholarship was established in his memory. Deadline is May 31, 2013.

http://www.rtdna.org/content/the_abe_schechter_graduate_scholarship

CONVENTIONS & MEETINGS
Here are some regional and national conventions you might be interested in attending- especially if you are a student member of these organizations. Most of these conventions have career fairs and are great places to meet professionals in the industry. Some offer student project work where they pay your fees and lodging in exchange for some work at the convention.

American Copy Editors Society (ACES)
Hilton St. Louis at The Ballpark
http://stl.copydesk.org
April 4-6

Broadcast Education Association (BEA)
Las Vegas Hilton
http://www.beaweb.org/bea2013.html
April 7-10

Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)- Regional
South Point Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas
http://www.spj.org/region11.asp
April 12-13

Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE)
San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk
http://ire.org/conferences/ire-2013/
June 20-23

International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)
Hilton New York
http://www.iabc.com/wc/
June 23-26

American Society of News Editors (ASNE)
Capital Hilton, Washington DC
http://asne.org/content.asp?pl=165&contentid=165
June 24-26

Native American Journalists Association (NAJA)
Tempe Mission Palms
http://www.naja.com/conference/
July 18-21

National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)
Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Ctr.
Orlando, FL
http://www.nabj.org/?Convention2013
July 31-August 4

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)
Hilton, Midtown- New York,NY
http://www.aaja.org/aaja2013/
August 21-24

National Lesbian Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA)
Boston Park Plaza Hotel
http://www.nlgja.org/conventions
August 22-25

National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ), Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA)
Anaheim Marriott
http://www.nahj12.com/2013conference/
http://excellenceinjournalism.org
August 24-26

Online News Association (ONA)
Atlanta Marriott Marquis
http://journalists.org/conference/ona13/
October 17-19

Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
http://www.prsa.org/Conferences/InternationalConference/
October 26-29

PART-TIME JOBS AND/OR VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

WP Carey School Copy Editing and Website Producing
Job ID:64317
Job type:ASU Hourly
Job category:Journalism/Publishing

Description
The W. P. Carey School of Business Marketing and Communications department seeks a dynamic, dependable student worker for the knowWPCarey team, to work closely with the Managing Editor. The student will assist with: copy editing, loading and maintaining the knowWPCarey network of websites, locating and creating images for the stories, organizing and maintaining art resources, and reporting and writing stories as assigned; assist in planning, writing and publishing for social media channels.

Qualifications
Student applicants must be working towards a degree in Journalism, Communications, or a related new media field. Must also have knowledge of and passion for web-based news communications, both the technology and content; experience with or knowledge of html and Adobe Photoshop; excellent written communications skills and a demonstrated ability to write for publication. Experience with photography and video, along with knowledge of and interest in business is helpful.

Hours: 20/week
Pay rate: $8.25
Job level: 2
Number of positions: 1
Schedule: Hours/work schedule to be determined upon hiring and availability.
Location:ASU Tempe Campus

Please email resume, cover letter and three writing samples in a single attachment to karen.d.stark@asu.edu. The writing samples must include at least one final published piece and the unedited version if possible.

Fox Sports- Phoenix Suns Production Observation
Fox Sports Arizona will broadcast Phoenix Suns pre- and post-game shows for all road games out of the Sony studio on the 6th floor of the Cronkite School. Fox Sports Arizona has invited two Cronkite students to each broadcast. This is a great opportunity to observe the production and perhaps network with the broadcast professionals.

Please take a look at the remainder of the Suns road schedule and if you want to sign up to observe the production, EMAIL Catalina Monsalve Catalina.Monsalve@asu.edu
with the date you’re interested in:

FEBRUARY
Wed Feb 20 – 8:30 p.m. (Be there by 6:00 p.m.)

MARCH
Fri Mar 15 – 4:30 p.m. (Be there by 2:00 p.m.)
Sat Mar 16 – 4:00 p.m. (Be there by 1:30 p.m.)
Wed Mar 27 – 6:00 p.m. (Be there by 3:30 p.m.)

APRIL
Wed Apr 3 – 7:30 p.m.(Be there by 5:00 p.m.)
Tue Apr 9- 5:00 p.m. (Be there by 2:30 p.m.)
Wed Apr 10- 5:30 p.m. (Be there by 3:00 p.m.)
Sat Apr 13- 5:00 p.m. (Be there by 2:30 p.m.)
Wed Apr 17- 5:00 p.m. (Be there by 2:30 p.m.)

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