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June 28, 2019

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MJ-school Opportunities and Announcements

MJAA Mentor Program- LAST CALL
We are now recruiting for the 2019-2020 MJAA Mentor Program. The goal of this program is to support the educational and professional growth of student participants — and for alumni professionals to play a key role in the development of UNC’s next generation of media and journalism industry leaders. The program is facilitated by the MJ-school and the Media and Journalism Alumni Association (MJAA) Board.
Click here to learn more and apply.

Summer Adobe Creative Suite training opportunities 
If you are in the Chapel Hill-area this summer, here is a great opportunity to learn/brush up Adobe Creative Suite skills.

The SkillfUL workshop series offers free tech and design classes to students, faculty, and staff. Come learn a new skill and get hands-on experience with Adobe Creative Suite, WordPress and a few more tools. We’ll be teaming up with our friends at the Media Resources Center.

Summer Schedule:   

Tuesday, July 2nd 1-2pm: WordPress in UL 124

Tuesday, July 9th 1-2pm: Podcasting [w/ the Media Resources Center] in MRC’s Media Lab

Thursday, July 18th 1-2pm: Adobe Photoshop  in UL 124

Wednesday, July 24th 1-2pm: Adobe Spark & Social Media Graphics [w/ the Media Resources Center] in UL 124
Registration is required and can be done on the SkillfUL website or in the links of this email. Adobe-based classes require an AdobeID so please check for details in the registration link for more information.  

Summer Career Services -- ATTENTION NEW GRADS!
Summer break is just around the corner. Did you know MJ Career Services is still here to support you during your months away from school?! Whether you’re staying in the Triangle or traveling to Hong Kong, we are here for all your career related needs. Students staying locally are encouraged to schedule in-person meetings and Zoom appointments are available for those out of town. 

Don’t have Zoom? No worries! Click here to get started.

MJ Careers Survey
We want to share in the celebration and excitement of your new job or internship! Whether you're a graduating senior preparing to start your new job or a current student embarking on a new internship, we want to know. Please take a few moments to complete this survey. This information will be shared on social media and our website!

The MJ-school partners with University Career Services to collect data on May 2019 grads on their first destination. This is super helpful to the MJ-school on many fronts and it doesn't take long to complete. Here is the link:

Other Opportunities

Interview Prep
Preparing for a job interview? Check out this article by The Muse. They share industry-specific tips on answering common interview questions. Check it out here. 

Career Focused YouTube Channel 
I've said it before and I'll say it have got to check out this YouTube channel. Madeline Mann is the creator of Self Made Millennial, a YouTube channel that provides rapid fire, battle tested career and job search advice. She has some great videos covering everything from the start of a job search to networking with executives. Check it out here.

The Plank Center - Webinar: Things I Wish I'd Known Before Entering the PR Workforce
Public relations students, are you eager to graduate and begin your career? Position yourself for even greater success by listening to industry professionals discuss their own experiences and what they wish they’d known when beginning their first job. The webinar provided ten insights into how to impress your colleagues from day one and offers applicable tips to overcome perceptions of the millennial generation. Watch here. 

Reporting Boot Camp for students interested in Education Reporting/Washington DC
This is a great opportunity to up your reporting skills during Fall Break. The Chronicle of Higher Education is one of the leading media outlets covering higher education and, even better, this program is run by UNC alum Andy Thomason.

Here is more information:
Last year we held our first-ever nationwide Fall Reporting Workshop, aimed at teaching student journalists how to cover the complicated world of higher education. As we wrote when we announced our first national workshop: “Think of it as a kind of higher-ed boot camp: Learn how to read your college’s 990s. Participate in one-on-one sessions with a Chronicle mentor. Perfect your résumé and cover letter. Meet some of the country’s most promising student journalists.”

Last fall’s event was a big hit. Among the participant reviews:

“Overall, it was an awesome experience. I genuinely have no negative feedback. … I am so excited to see how The Chronicle develops the workshop. Hopefully it can be longer next time.”

“I feel your kindness and passion and leave feeling an odd sense of journalistic community and camaraderie that transcends state boundaries. Thank you. So deeply, thank you.”

“I’ve been to many conferences for student journalists over the past three years, and as far as accomplishing as much as possible as efficiently as possible, this one was the best.”

Travel and lodging are on us. To be eligible, applicants must be enrolled in an institution of higher education and be working in student journalism as of October 2019.

This fall’s workshop will be held October 17-18, 2019. The deadline to apply is July 19.Applicants can expect to hear back about their submissions by August 2.

Interested in applying? Go here:

Paid Internships

Various Journalism Internships - Fall 2019 
Every month, the Student Press Law Center publishes a list of paid journalism internships. Here are a bunch of fall internship opportunities with upcoming deadlines. This list includes positions with CNN, ABC11, FiveThirtyEight, Student Press Law Center and more. 

Click here to view the full list and specific internship information. 

Communications Intern - Innovate Carolina/Chapel Hill, NC
The Innovate Carolina team has an opportunity for a talented communications intern. Innovate Carolina, which is the University-wide initiative for innovation and entrepreneurship (I&E), is led by the Vice Chancellor’s Office for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development. The Innovate Carolina headquarters team and its partners in the I&E campus network provide faculty, students and alumni with the tools and resources they need to turn their ideas into innovations that make a human and social impact. 

APPLY VIA Handshake. The ID # in Handshake is 2785686.

 The student intern will work closely with the Innovate Carolina team on its communications efforts and will focus on story writing, photography, web publishing and other communications projects. The student intern will need to be organized, detail-oriented and proactive in seeking out interesting stories and creating compelling social media content that tells the story of innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives across the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. The student intern will create news posts, feature stories, and social media posts for several Innovate Carolina media channels. The position will give the student experience working on content development. It will also provide them with an opportunity to work on projects that are applicable to a future career in marketing, journalism and web communications. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
  • Interviewing subjects on a range of topics related to innovation and entrepreneurship.
  • Writing news posts and feature stories. 
  • Assisting in the curation of content for the Innovate Carolina website and helping to ensure content is up-to-date.
  • Taking and editing images from interviews and events. 
Job Requirements: 
  • Undergraduate student who is a bachelor’s degree candidate in media and journalism, communications, or similar field.
  • Enthusiasm for communications, content development and social media.
  • Proficiency working with social media platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.
  • A creative mindset and a knack for telling interesting stories.
  • Strategic thinking, attention to detail and proactive work style. 
  • A creative mindset and a knack for telling interesting stories. 
  • The ability to simplify complex information into content that is easy and quick to consume.
  • The ability to meet deadlines and work as part of a collaborative team.
  • Prior experience with WordPress and Google Analytics is a plus. 
  • Basic understanding of photography and photo editing and an interest to learn.
Public Relations Intern - Edelman/Washington, DC
As an Edelman Intern, you’ll get to:
Work with account teams to assist, implement, and monitor various projects within a specific set of accounts, while working closely with and learning from experts across the communications industry. Here are some of the activities you may perform on a daily basis
  • Read and identify media clips from clipping services and online resources and compile coverage reports 
  • Assist with monitoring client coverage to identify trends in online conversations and to pinpoint key influencers  
  • Create media lists and pitch the media under the direction of the supervisor 
  • Assist with preparation of press kits for distribution 
  • Conduct, compile, and present research to inform the strategic direction of campaigns or accounts 
  • Use web and social media analytics platforms to measure campaign success and provide data-backed recommendations for optimization 
  • Participate in strategic brainstorms around current clients or new business opportunities 
  • Draft pitch letters and/or email pitch memos to vendors with the approval of the supervisor 
  • Gain a basic understanding of key client information, including general business strategy, industry issues, products and services, key customers and competitors in the marketplace 

    Nuts and bolts of the internship program:
  • Interns are predominately post-graduates and are expected work a full-time schedule (Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 30 p.m.) 
  • Internships last four months, starting in September, January, or May 
  • Interns are paid $14.00 per hour and are eligible for overtime
For even more information, here is the Edelman link.

Public Relations Intern - rbb/Miami, FL
rbb hires up-and-comers three times a year to be a part of our integrated communications team. The hands-on experience will help guide any student or entry level professional through the next steps of their career. Our requirements for these coveted positions are simple: A passion for communications, solid grammar skills, resourcefulness, professionalism, cleverness and, of course, must play well with others. For the best learning experience, we also require a minimum of 24 hours per week, although we prefer full-timers (40 hours).

New interns start every January, May and August. We have rolling offers, so apply early for the following positions:

  • Public relations: Be part of a client team, research, write and pitch media, track results and learn client reporting.
  • Graphic design: You’ll get the chance to participate in integrated brainstorms and develop marketing materials, from social media content to print ads and infographics. 
  • Advertising account management: Be part of the glue that keeps the trains moving to execute integrated, creative campaigns. 
  • Digital marketing: A love of social media is key when joining rbb’s Digital Park. You’ll learn the ins and outs of managing a social community, digital buys and so much more. 
  • Content writing: Embrace your passion for the written word, participate in integrated brainstorms and use your writing skills to develop anything from web copy to a creative tagline.
  • Video editing: Use your skills to develop video and content across social media and more for B2B and consumer clients as well as the agency. 
To apply, go here.

Storytelling Team Leader - 1893 Brand Studio / Chapel Hill, NC 
The 1893 Brand Studio: Traditional storytelling strategies from The Daily Tar Heel combined with modern marketing techniques. This media services agency will provide compelling stories, videos, photos and social media content to community organizations and businesses.
We are looking for a current student with strong writing and editing experience to lead the Storytelling Team for 1893 Brand Studio. This team is responsible for the production of owned and native advertising content for local clients. Interested candidates should email a resume and 2-3 writing clips to Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 
Campaigns, Storytelling, Graphic Design & Web Development and Multimedia - 1893 Brand Studio / Chapel Hill, NC
The 1893 Brand Studio is growing in 2019! We are looking to hire graphic designers, web developers, photographers and videographers, writers and campaign strategists. Learn more about our openings and apply here. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and are due by August 23. After a brief training period, team members are paid by assignment.
Account Executives / Sales Positions - The Daily Tar Heel / Chapel Hill, NC
Interested in sales, advertising and campaign strategy? Daily Tar Heel is hiring 2-3 driven account executives to join the advertising team and work with local businesses. No experience is necessary, but this is a sales heavy job. Account executives are paid a monthly stipend with the opportunity to earn bonuses. Apply here by August 30. 

Fall Carolina Alumni Review Advertising Sales Intern - UNC GAA / Chapel Hill, NC
The UNC General Alumni Association’s award-winning magazine, the Carolina Alumni Review, seeks an advertising sales intern for fall semester. This intern will assist with maintaining current accounts, developing new accounts and assisting with related administrative tasks.

Typical responsibilities include advertising sales for the Carolina Alumni Review alumni magazine, Carolina Classifieds and Dining Around Town sections, preproduction art proofing, postproduction follow up, distribution of complimentary magazines, billing and tear sheets. Assistance with ad design and production is another component of this position.

The advertising intern will exhibit strong communication and editing skills and excellent interpersonal and organizational abilities. Being detail-oriented is key. Eye for good design and knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud preferred.

This internship is paid and available for 8-10 hours per week throughout the fall semester. This internship is located on campus at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center on Stadium Drive.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume detailing your experience, your goals and why you think an advertising internship with the Carolina Alumni Review will help you achieve these goals. Please include two references. Email

Unpaid Internships 

Social Media Intern - Carolina Community Garden / Chapel Hill, NC
Do you have an eye for nature and design? Interested in social media? Want to gain valuable communication experience and give back to the community? 

Carolina Campus Community Garden is seeking a Social Media Intern for the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year. Prospective interns should be knowledgeable in creating and editing WordPress pages and the upkeep of social media pages for public relations and advertising purposes. Interns may engage in the following tasks: 

  • Write articles
  • Create flyers for workshops and special events
  • Update the garden’s Facebook and Instagram pages to extend awareness and interest in the garden
  • Maintain and update the CCCG website

This internship provides interns the opportunity to build writing, communication, and social media marketing skills in a supportive environment as well as presenting a great way to give back to the local community by assisting CCCG in its mission to provide fresh produce for low wage employees. The intern will work a flexible schedule of 2-4 hours per week and be available to come to garden workdays several times a month. This is an unpaid position, but can count towards service hours. Interested applicants should send a resume to Claire Lorch at with the subject “RE: CCCG Social Media Intern” to apply.

Marketing Intern - Carl Johnson Real Estate / Chapel Hill, NC
I am a local realtor in Chapel Hill and have over 30 years marketing experience.  I have been very connected in the community serving on marketing committees and even owned my own marketing company.  I served as the General Manager of the local newspaper and started Durham Magazine.  I would be honored to assist you with your growth in the marketing arena.  I enjoy assisting with students growth.  This position is all things marketing from SEO to grass roots.  I like to work one on one with the person that fills this position by collaborating about how marketing can be done best.  I truly believe that working together and learning from each other creates the best opportunity for all. 

Please reach out to learn more.  Carl Johnson 919-880-0904 call/text, 


Assistant Director of Global, Immersive and Professional Programs - UNC School of Media and Journalism / Chapel Hill, NC 
The Assistant Director of Global, Immersive and Professional (GIP) Programs creates and implements engaging and enriching academic and experiential programs for students, media professionals and international scholars. The Assistant Director manages a wide range of the School of Media and Journalism’s instructional and co-curricular initiatives, including immersive experiences and professional development opportunities. The Assistant Director oversees budget planning, including special activity funds, awards and sponsored programs, and generates new revenue for the school. The Assistant Director manages relationships with donors, foundations and industry, including preparing proposals that turn vision into action. The Assistant Director collects data and evaluates and assesses all programs. This position reports directly to the Director of Global, Immersive and Professional (GIP) Programs.

For more information and how to apply, click here. 

College Counselor - Carolina College Advising Corps / Chapel Hill, NC 
Did you graduate in May or plan on graduating by August 2019? If so, The Carolina College Advising Corps is looking to hire individuals who are seeking meaningful full-time work. The Carolina Corps gives Tar Heels the opportunity to GIVE BACK and impact future generations of students while gaining valuable experience for graduate school or the work force.

Our program is a non-profit organization housed in UNC’s Undergraduate Admissions Office, and we serve first-generation, low-income, and rural students in high schools across the state in their pursuit of making college a reality. Advisers work with students to complete college applications, complete financial aid/ scholarship applications and to increase college-going culture within schools. We are currently hiring for five positions. We would love for YOU to apply if you are interested in helping students see their potential to thrive in college! Click here to apply. The application closes on July 27th

If you have questions about the application process, please contact Michael Dyson at or visit our website.

Communications Specialist - US Department of Commerce / Washington, DC
The US Department of Commerce is looking for a candidate with 1-2 years of experience working in media relations and/or digital communication with demonstrated experience writing about economic topics clearly and concisely. 

Duties/Required Skills:

  • Provide support to the Outreach and Communications Team in all aspects of its communication campaigns, from strategy development to execution.
  • Draft and edit content for the web, social media, blogs, and for communication with press.
  • Writing for web – Knowledge of how to write clearly and concisely for websites, blogs, and social media. Know basics on how to write to support SEO.
  • Photo/video – Basic knowledge of how to take a photo and shoot video that can be used in communication products. Knowledge of how to edit video a plus.
  • Media relations – Knowledge of how to work with reporters, write press releases, tell a good story, and drive media coverage of SelectUSA.
  • Measurement – Understanding of how to establish and measure against metrics for all communication campaigns. 
  • Graphic design – Basic skills at using Adobe products or other software to design flyers, brochures, infographics, and other compelling visual products
Click here for more information and to apply. 

Brand Strategist - R+M Agency/Cary, NC
We’re looking for someone with approximately 3 years experience, who thinks strategically, isn’t afraid to share ideas, understands the value of connecting with the client and has a knack for juggling. To be successful in this position you have to love client service, love branding, and have a true respect for the power of creativity.

Most importantly, it’s our people who make the difference and we search far and wide to find the right match. Your fellow R+Mers, dogs included, need you to have a sense of humor, a team spirit and the ability to don numerous hats.

If this describes you, download the job description for full details, and send your résumé to:

Business and Real Estate Reporter - The News & Observer/Raleigh, NC
The (Raleigh) News & Observer and The (Durham) Herald-Sun in North Carolina are looking for a smart, energetic reporter who has an abiding interest in business and real estate news.

The reporter will research and write daily stories along with deeper projects that examine the impact of business and real estate growth and expansion in our fast-growing region. The reporter will cover people, companies, key issues and trends in the business and real estate communities. Because we’re in the capital city of North Carolina, the reporter also will have an eye on the intersection of business, real estate and politics. 

This is a great opportunity for a newer reporter, but is not an entry-level position. Candidates must have at least a year’s experience covering business and/or real estate. Candidates must have a college degree, preferably in business, journalism or communications. A previous newsroom internship covering business and/or real estate is a plus.

Here is the full description.

Summer Program Coordinator - Young Founders Institute/Triangle area
Background: The Young Founders Institute is a rapidly growing startup that is shaping the next generation of entrepreneurs by teaching entrepreneurial programming to middle and high school students and encouraging racial and gender diversity in the startup community. Our summer programs last two-weeks where students create micro-startups and the proceeds go to local non-profit. The paid Summer Program Director position will work with our current Program Director and curriculum team to implement entrepreneurship programming and help to develop our novel curriculum.  

Job Specifications: The Program Director will need to be on site from 9 am - 5 pm starting as soon as possible and work until August 23rd, 2019. Great for masters students, recent graduates or for entrepreneurs looking for a summer job. While on-site Program Directors will have time to work on outside projects not related to YFI for three to four hours a day. 
Required skills: Familiar with entrepreneurship or startup; Experience as an educator in a school or summer program capacity
Preferred skills: Sales or marketing experience; a passion for impact-driven work 
Please reach out to us by email or text/call Will, CEO and Co-founder, at 937-478-2871. 

Science Writers/Public Affairs Specialists - National Institute of Standards and Technology/Gaithersburg, MD
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is looking for 2 skilled communicators who can translate complex technical topics into lay language. These are full-time, permanent positions with the Public Affairs Office. 

To see the full job description, including how to apply (via, here is the link.

Graphic Designer/Photo Editor - Exum Photography/Elon, NC
Exum Photography is growing and needs more help. The studio is based in Elon, NC and is looking for a seasoned graphic designer / photo editor to fill a New Position. Exum Photo is looking for someone who has a minimum of 3 years of related work experience that might be interested. The position is full time and will need to be filled soon to help us manage growth.

Click on this link to get a complete job description, to understand the type of candidate the studio is looking for and how to apply by email. 
Please no phone calls. Follow the directions at the link by sending a resume and cover letter tailored to the information we are requesting. The studio will make contact if the applicant might make a good fit.

Graphic Designer - Human Rights Campaign/Washington, DC
The Junior Designer reports directly to the Senior Design Director and is responsible for executing design projects for all departments as well as maintaining an organizational flow within the department. The Junior Designer supports the marketing team by assisting with graphic design needs as well as administrative tasks.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with supervisor in the design and production of print and digital collateral consistent with program objectives, brand guidelines and budgetary constraints
  • Execute design projects for all departments including, but not limited to, graphic design for campaigns, promotional material, advertisements, invitations, brochures, reports, infographics, digital image shares and social media graphics including simple animations and gifs, PowerPoint and keynote presentations
  • Coordinate all aspects of a design project including working directly with the department lead, scheduling and planning, design and production
  • Assist with internal photography needs
  • Assist with photo and illustration research
  • Maintain and organize photo collections
  • Assist with administrative functions such as managing invoices and mailing items
  • Other duties as assigned

For full job description and how to apply, here is the link.

Metro Editor - Fayetteville Observer / Fayetteville NC
The Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer, an award-winning midsize daily newspaper in southeastern North Carolina, is looking for an experienced, energetic metro editor to help lead our news coverage.

The job entails coaching reporters and working with them to develop A1 enterprise stories, watchdog pieces and A1 Sunday packages in addition to daily content. We are looking for someone who can collaborate and lead a team of reporters to break important stories, juggle multiple assignments and produce journalism with impact. This means going beyond coverage of government meetings and events to dig out the most important stories that people care about -- the stories that affect people’s lives in our community. It’s important for this editor to be eager to engage with readers in person and on social media, and fully understand the value of digital storytelling as we continue to innovate and grow new audiences.

Our newsroom values innovation and creativity. We are heavily focused on digital, to include a digital team that collaborates with reporters to produce video, podcasts, live broadcasts, interactive graphics and anything else that helps us maximize the reach of our journalism.

The metro editor works with the entire staff to help direct news coverage but has some direct reports. This position requires working some nights. We prefer someone with newsroom management experience, but it is not obligatory. We do require, though, that you are an experienced journalist with proven abilities to be successful. This includes demonstrating your abilities to produce or oversee strong enterprise, investigative and data-driven stories, and journalism that spurs conversation and debate about important issues.

Fayetteville is a diverse city of more than 200,000 people (500,000 including bedroom communities) with a thriving downtown that is home to a new minor league baseball stadium. We are home to Fort Bragg, the largest Army installation in the world with about 55,000 service members, which means your neighbors will be from all over the world. This is a great news town that often finds itself thrust into the national spotlight because of the importance of Fort Bragg to global security.

To apply please submit a cover letter and resume to
Lorry Williams, senior news editor

Donor and Engagement Specialist - DTH Media / Chapel Hill, NC
Come help us build the future of the free press!

The Daily Tar Heel is the nonprofit independent student newsroom at UNC-Chapel Hill. Every day, the student journalists, account executives and media makers at the DTH tell important stories (including the ones powerful people would prefer they didn’t), build community and figure out the future of news one story at a time. When they graduate, they’ll take what they learned to top media outlets throughout North Carolina and the world.

As the economics that sustained independent local journalism shift, this innovative nonprofit newsroom is looking to donations from alumni, friends and foundations to support its crucial training ground.

The part-time giving and donor engagement specialist will be employed by DTH Media Corp. and will work with the General Manager to turn donations into a sustainable and reliable revenue source. The specialist will promote The Daily Tar Heel on campus, in the community and with alumni, and manage and grow important donor relationships.

For a complete description, including how to apply, please CLICK here.

Communications Specialist - NC Justice Center / Raleigh, NC
The North Carolina Justice Center is seeking a full-time Communications Specialist to assist with day-to-day online and offline tasks such as publication design, media work, and online engagement; developing and articulating a strong message for progressive social change across a wide range of issue areas; and utilizing a comprehensive digital strategy via social media to advance the reach and message of the Justice Center. The Communications Specialist will work in collaboration with our Director of Communications and Design Director.

The North Carolina Justice Center is the state’s leading research and advocacy organization dedicated to transforming North Carolina’s prosperity into opportunity for all. Our organization comprises of projects that provide in-depth expertise on seven major policy areas. Our staff of researchers, community educators, litigators, public policy advocates, and communications specialists use our unique five-strategy approach to improve the lives of North Carolinians with low incomes.

This important position will be responsible for assisting with Justice Center online publications, including electronic newsletters; assisting with preparation and circulation of news releases, advisories, and action alerts; helping with the design, updates, and maintenance of the Justice Center website; helping develop and implement data-based strategies for engaging and building audiences on social media and through our online system (i.e. Salsa Engage); updating social media sites, including but not limited to Facebook and Twitter, and designing campaigns to expand reach in each of these areas; analyzing metrics for website, social media, and other online properties; writing news releases and conversing with and assisting reporters as needed; and other duties as assigned.

For a complete job description, including how to reply, here is your link.

Carolina Panthers Reporter - The Charlotte Observer / Charlotte, NC
The Charlotte Observer is looking for a driven beat reporter to cover the Carolina Panthers. Our Panthers reporters work in a competitive, fast-paced environment to break news and to deliver exclusive enterprise and smart analysis. The Panthers beat reporter should have a deep knowledge of the NFL and be adept at building team and league sources. A strong source network is vital to being out front of competitors, and the Panthers reporter must be able to find and break news, cover breaking news with urgency and develop compelling story lines and analysis. In covering one of the most important beats at the newspaper, the Panthers reporter uses use social media as a news-gathering tool, an engagement opportunity and a means to put our news and enterprise in front of a topic-specific audience across Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other platforms.

To apply, rush to this link.

Freelance Writers - WRAL Digital Solutions / Raleigh, NC
WRAL Digital Solutions is seeking freelance writers with journalism backgrounds and a degree from an accredited institution to write native advertising articles that will be published on and Freelancers will get bylines on these platforms. Additional writing opportunities for marketing copy such as blogs, social media posts, and website copy are also available. WRAL Digital Solutions is a full-service marketing company that specializes in paid advertising, SEO, websites, and more. Aside from traditional agency offerings, we’re able to offer our clients marketing opportunities via our parent company Capitol Broadcasting Company’s owned and operated platforms. Please send all inquiries and resumes to

Print and Digital Advertising Specialist - The Chatham News+Record / Pittsboro, NC

The Chatham News + Record has been providing extraordinary coverage of Chatham County since 1878. Now under new local ownership, the newspaper has embarked on an ambitious project to make the newspaper the most relevant, compelling and timely print and online source of news and information for all of Chatham County, one of the fastest-growing markets in all of North Carolina.

Our print and online product is worth reading. Today, we seek an experience print/digital sales specialist to work with existing and new clients in Pittsboro, Siler City and other parts of Chatham County and neighboring counties. You?ll work to partner with businesses and industry to propose, plan and execute marketing programs and campaigns and help us launch new print and digital products. Strong guaranteed base compensation and the chance to work for a media company engaged in a race to the top, not a race to the bottom, will help keep you motivated as we grow our core advertising revenues.

Interested? Contact Publisher/Editor Bill Horner III at


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