June 7, 2019
So you are back to Jay Eubank putting the digest together. I'm definitely not in the EMOJI league that my colleague and last week's author, Jenn Sipe, is -- so no EMOJIS. I would say 2 quick things:
1. Good luck to Diamond Heels in the super regional!
2. The Hearst Journalism Awards might not quite be The Big Dance, but for us in Carroll Hall it might as well be. We brought the hardware home AGAIN.
The William Randolph Hearst Foundation announced the individual national champions during its final awards ceremony at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco on Wednesday, June 5. All five MJ-school finalists placed in the Top 3 for their respective categories: Alex Kormann '19 won first place ($10,000) in the national photojournalism championship; Megan Cain '19 won second place ($7,500) and Brighton McConnell '19 won third place ($5,000) in the national radio broadcast news championship; and Darian Murphy Woehr '19 won first place ($10,000) and Abby Cantrell '20 won third place ($5,000) in the national multimedia championship.
Hope all y'all have a great weekend. Remember, it is #GDTBATH
MJ-school Opportunities and Announcements
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!
MJAA Mentor Program
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.
First Destination Survey--IF YOU JUST GRADUATED, PLEASE TAKE 10 MINUTES AND COMPLETE
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:
Job Advice for New Professionals
No matter what you studied in the MJ-school, here is some very good advice courtesy of Brunner, a top shelf PR firm in Atlanta/Pittsburgh.
Here is the link.
Ed Han is one of my best Twitter follows. Every day he has a pithy resume/job search tip @ed_han. Here is a great tip from last week.
Advice for New Broadcast Professionals
This is from the Poynter Institute, a great resource for journalism and media news and training (www.poynter.org). While this was written for newbies in the broadcast field, there are applicable lessons for all of us.
Research Intern -- Pew Center/Washington DC
Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research in the areas of U.S. politics and policy views; media and journalism; internet and technology; science and society; religion and public life; Hispanic trends; global attitudes and U.S. social and demographic trends. Pew Research Center does not take policy positions. It is a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts. Our work is carried out by a staff of about 160.The summer internship is a paid opportunity during the summer of 2019 and is open to undergraduate students entering their junior or senior year in fall 2019, recent college graduates or graduate-level students with an interest in social science and international research. Students with training in demographic methods, the social scientific study of religion and/or migration are particularly encouraged to apply.This position will close on Sunday, June 9.
You will gather data on the religious composition of general populations and of foreign-born populations in every country by analyzing survey data and census micro-samples and by gathering published data and customized tables from national statistical agencies. Working with other team members, you will evaluate possible sources of bias in various data sources and recommend the best sources and composition estimates for each country.
Public Relations Intern -- Orange County Arts Commission/Chapel Hill, NC
For more information, including how to apply, click on this link.
Graphic Design Intern -- Tier One Partners/Chicago, IL
We’re seeking a talented, creative Chicago-based Graphic Design/Multimedia Intern to join our team. The ideal candidate is a driven visual storyteller who demonstrates strong traditional design capabilities as well as skills in video animation graphics and general web design principles. They have an eye for design and a passion for innovative, engaging visual solutions.
The Graphic Design/Multimedia Intern will work closely with the Creative and Content teams on projects including, but not limited to, branded social content, marketing collateral (including e-newsletters, infographics, and social media graphics), and animation/video projects.
This is a paid, hourly position for a recent graduate looking to bolster their design experience in the content marketing field.
The posting is on LinkedIn so they can follow this link to apply:
Please send resume and portfolio to Logan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions without a portfolio/work samples will not be considered.
Digital Communications Intern -- PPD/Morrisville, NC or Wilmington, NC
PPD is a leading global contract research organization. At PPD we are passionate, deliberate, and driven by our purpose – to improve health.
As an intern you will have the opportunity to learn about the role Corporate Communications plays in helping the company provide strategic channels of information, marketing, and communications. Our digital intern will assist with preparing for the new ppdi.com website launch. You will write, edit, and prepare website content and imagery.
At PPD we hire the best, develop ourselves and each other, and recognize the power of being one team. As an intern, you’ll have mentorship and guidance as well as exposure to a variety of tasks and projects to help you prepare for your future career in Digital Communications.
To see more about this position, including how to apply, go to this link.
The Orange County Manager's Office is currently seeking an Arts Commission Intern. Under general supervision, interns provide administrative, marketing, and technical support to the Orange County Arts Commission. The position will expose students to career options within a municipal government, marketing, and arts administration environments.
To learn more and to apply, go here.
Public Relations Intern - Benecomms / Wake Forest, NC
Benecomms is seeking talented, rising college Juniors and Seniors for summer internship opportunities at our new office in Wake Forest. Interns will work with a wide variety of clients in industries ranging from consumer goods to technical rescue. Interns will receive a stipend at the end of the summer based upon duration of internship. We would love to hear from you! Email email@example.com with your resume if you are interested.
Temporary Radio Producer - State of Things-WUNC / Chapel Hill, NC
State of Things is a M-F public affairs program produced by WUNC-FM and focuses on a range of topics and issues in North Carolina. State of Things is looking for someone who can work mid-June through the end of July and then (hopefully) back on a recurring basis if interested/available.
Here is the link to apply
Sales Intern - Device Magic / Raleigh, NC
Device Magic is a mobile forms software and data collection app used by thousands of organizations worldwide every day. We make it easy for businesses to eliminate paperwork, improve data quality and increase efficiency through mobile forms. As a result, Device Magic is a top-rated iOS app for mobile data collection. Device Magic continues to provide a unique company culture and has been named a 2018 Best Place to Work by the Triangle Business Journal, in addition to Company of the Year in CIO Applications' "Top 25 Field Service Solutions Providers - 2018." While remaining organically funded, the company reports experiencing over 450% three-year recurring revenue growth. Click here to learn more about us.
Device Magic’s Sales team is looking to drive new revenue through the growing number of companies worldwide looking to convert clunky, paper forms & processes to a mobile solution that integrates with the customer’s existing technology solutions.
As an Lead Research Representative at Device Magic, you’ll support the Business Development team by researching companies and contacts within our targeted campaigns. As an early member of a growing team, your efforts will have direct, meaningful impacts on the bottom line every month.
- Research personas, companies, and contacts for target campaigns
- Rely on your extremely high attention to detail to ensure data quality
- Maintain clean and accurate Salesforce records
- Work with our Director of Sales to refine and improve our outbound sales campaigns.
- High energy and exceptional attention to detail
- Ability to manage time effectively
- Ability to to thrive in a very fast, very fluid work environment
- Familiarity with Salesforce, ZoomInfo would be great, but not required
- Skill in quickly identifying customer needs & using those needs to guide through a trial- based product
* If this sounds like you, please send your resume and a brief summary about yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org
Audience Manager and Multimedia Contributor - Our Chatham / Chapel Hill, NC
Our Chatham is a project at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Reese News Lab in the School of Media and Journalism. It is through the School’s Center for Innovation and Sustainability in Local Media, which was created with a grant from the Knight Foundation with additional funding from the UNC Office of the Provost.
Our mission is to fill the unmet information needs of the people who live, work and play in Chatham County, North Carolina.
In the process of fulfilling our mission, we are creating for local news publishers a demonstration of how audience engagement and analytics can lead to a financially sustainable model for their organizations.
Click here to learn more about Our Chatham.
Our Chatham is looking for a student who:
- Is familiar with Mailchimp, and can curate our weekly newsletter with content from our reporters
- Can gather + curate important Chatham news and summarize it for our newsletter
- Can manage our social media accounts and create content for these accounts
- Can update our website regularly
- Is comfortable with in-person marketing: AKA, going out into Chatham and spreading the word about Our Chatham and our work
- Can plan and coordinate events, like the One Chatham community forum, to increase audience engagement and participation
- Can brainstorm new strategies to capture our community's attention using insights gained from analytics and data about our audience
- Can act as the main point person of communication with Hearken, a consulting agency that works with Our Chatham to engage readers.
- Can help Our Chatham grow our email subscriber list and reader audience
- Is comfortable with a lot of independence, and is a highly motivated self-starter
Our Chatham is looking for a student who:
- Has examples of their work creating amazing video and photo projects
- Can drive to Chatham County in order to complete video and photo projects for our website and to go with our reporters' stories
- Can work well with our reporters to provide them with multimedia content that complements their stories
To apply, please send a resume, work samples or a short paragraph about your related experience to Alexis Allston at email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sales and Marketing Intern - Participate / Chapel Hill, NC
At Participate, we come to work each day because we want to help educators be the best they can be. We believe that investing in educators means investing in safer, healthier and more equitable communities and societies.
Reporting to the Marketing Manager and the Marketing and Sales Manager, the Sales and Marketing Intern is responsible for supporting marketing and sales operations efforts. Candidates will help develop and implement a content marketing strategy to aid sales enablement. The Sales and Marketing Intern will actively be involved in research and reporting of sales efforts and will support sales in moving leads through the funnel. Additionally, the Sales and Marketing intern will gain exposure to sales and marketing responsibilities and have opportunities for growth.
- Act as sales support in the tracking and advancement of sales deals by maintaining and updating business contact information in a CRM
- Assist with conference planning and creating conference-related materials.
- Conduct effective market research to create prospect lists.
- Assist in educating our customer base about our products and their benefits through customer communications, customer-focused content, social media monitoring and more.
- Serve as an exemplary writer, consistent with our organization’s tone and mission.
- Analyze marketing and sales data to develop insights and make recommendations on areas for optimization.
- Responsible for understanding the organization’s vision and how this role supports company-wide strategies.
- Keep abreast of industry news and trends.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
Key Knowledge, Skill, Ability and Education Requirements
Interested in applying? Click here.
- 0-2 years of experience in marketing, sales, communications and/or an interest in education.
- Pursuing a degree in marketing, business, sales, communication or related field.
- Excellent communicator and creative thinker, with an ability to use data to inform all decisions.
- Experience writing marketing content such as social media posts, blogs, case studies, one-pagers, etc.
- Ability to manage multiple projects at the same time in a fast-paced environment.
- A passion and strong understanding of the industry and our business' mission.
- Strong computer skills (Excel, marketing automation software, CRM and/or CMS)
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,
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
Innovation and Technology Reporter -- The News & Observer/Raleigh, NC
Lorry Williams, senior news editor
The (Raleigh) News & Observer and The (Durham) Herald-Sun in North Carolina are looking for an outstanding reporter to provide high quality news and feature coverage of the region’s technology, innovation and entrepreneurship sectors.
This is a fellowship reporting position for a duration of up to two years, with the potential for permanent employment. The fellowship is supported through a partnership with Innovate Raleigh, a non-profit charitable organization whose primary focus is to help grow and connect the regional entrepreneurship community.
The goal of the reporting fellowship is to significantly expand reporting on the most consequential innovation, entrepreneurship and technology trends in the Triangle.
The reporter will be based in Raleigh, home to the Research Triangle Park and to several acclaimed research universities including North Carolina State, University of North Carolina and Duke.
The reporter will produce at least two stories per week, providing coverage of people, companies, key issues and trends in Raleigh and across the Triangle; and high-quality news and feature coverage of the region’s innovation and entrepreneurship sectors. Topics will include technology startups and main street businesses, biotechnology, and education issues related to those areas.
Stories may also be published by The Charlotte Observer and other McClatchy publications.
The fellowship reporter will report only to editors at The News & Observer. Along with those editors, he or she will meet quarterly with an Innovate Raleigh advisory board.
Candidates must have a college degree and at least two years of reporting experience that includes innovation, technology, business, entrepreneurship or related topics.
Donor and Engagement Specialist -- DTH Media/Chapel Hill, NC
For more information, go here
If you do apply, please email a quick note and copy of your resume with "TECH Reporter opening" in subject line to email@example.com. We would like to track who applies (Jay E.)
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.
Business Insider Fellowships/New York
For a complete job description, including how to reply, here is your link
We're looking to add a ton of new roles to the teams at Business Insider and INSIDER, including a number of six-month fellowships with September start dates. You can see a full list on our careers page, and I've highlighted a few of our priority openings below with links to apply.
Most of our roles are based in our New York headquarters in the Financial District, although we have some positions in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Full-time roles offer competitive salary and full benefits packages, including retirement plan options and unlimited PTO. Fellowships run for six months, and fellows are paid $18 an hour. All fellowships listed below start in September (exact start date flexible depending on the candidate's availability), but we do still have one or two spots open for start dates in late June that you can find on our careers page.
- Business Insider editorial fellowship: We're looking for editorial fellows to join our newsroom on a few of our desks. Editorial fellows report and write every day, and come away with tons of clips and hands-on reporting experience. We have 10 desks that fellows can join, so you tell us where you think you'd fit in.
- Photography fellow: Our photo editor is looking for a fellow to help take and edit images for our stories and projects. We use Canon cameras and edit with Adobe tools, but the most important qualification is a great visual storytelling sense. You'll help with shoots and pitch and shoot your own projects.
- Social media fellow: We're adding fellows to our social media team, which is responsible for distribution Business Insider and INSIDER content across the web. Social media fellows work on specific platforms with either video or written content, and learn how to track performance to improve story selection and packaging over time.
- Video-editing fellowship: Our editing team is looking for a fellow to help edit videos on a variety of topics. This fellow will assist on shoots and edit footage to help produce polished, informative videos for our wide audience. We use Canon and Sony cameras and edit in Adobe Premiere.
- Video-writing fellowship, food: This fellow will write videos about food for our highly engaged audience. They will research and pitch stories and help see videos through the production process. Previous on-camera experience is a plus.
- Video-writing fellowship, style and beauty: This fellow will write videos about beauty and style for our highly engaged audience. They will research and pitch stories and help see videos through the production process. Previous on-camera experience is a plus.
Events and Communications Specialist -- UNC Charlotte/Charlotte, NC
Carolina Panthers Reporter -- The Charlotte Observer/Charlotte, NC
This position will have primary responsibilities for managing and implementing communications for the Belk College of Business, in particular to reach internal audiences, external audiences including the business community. The position will develop communications materials for specific strategic areas of the Belk College, such as original and solicited content, including message for letters, articles, blog posts, social posts, etc. This position will plan, organize, manage and execute strategic Belk College communications projects and events from research, planning, implementation and measurement. This position will contribute to the overall External Relations strategy and priorities of the Belk College. This position will work with the Executive Director of External Relations on strategic or priority issues. This position will plan/coordinate special events as assigned. This position requires some knowledge of communications tools, including but not limited to: Drupal web content management system, enewsletter software, social media management, InDesign, Photoshop, Powerpoint, etc.
For complete description and how to apply, visit UNC Charlotte employment page.
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 WRAL.com and WRALTechWire.com. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fulbright Fellowships -- Various locations
The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program is open and accepting applications for academic year 2020-2021! Whether you plan to conduct independent research, teach students, or pursue a professional project, Fulbright makes a real and lasting impact. Fulbright Scholars return to their home institutions with enhanced career prospects, ideas for future collaborations, and a truly global perspective. Don’t miss out on this important opportunity to share knowledge and serve as a cultural ambassador through Fulbright.There are many options for Journalism awards, including the following:
Bhutan: Multiple Disciplines
Belize: All Disciplines
China: Social Sciences, Humanities, and the Arts (Teaching)
Georgia: Education, Communication, Creative Writing
Jordan: All Disciplines
Zambia: Journalism and Broadcasting
For the full list of related awards, click here.
The deadline to apply to the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program is September 16th, 2019. U.S. citizenship is required.
Sales Development Representative -- 15Five / Raleigh, NC
15Five is looking for an A-player sales professional to join our mission to help companies empower their people to be their greatest selves. This role will be on the front line of customer acquisition and help us take our total customers from 1,500 companies to over 10,000.
A pioneer in the new generation of employee feedback engagement and performance tools, 15Five is backed by Point Nine Capital and Matrix Partners. With headquarters in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood, we’ve built a world class company culture that is reinventing how companies listen to their employees and help them be their best selves at work. Some of our customers include Citrix, MailChimp, Etsy, Hubspot, JustFab, Warby Parker and 1,500 more. We take pride in building a company and product that materially improves people’s lives, whether they’re an employee or a customer.
To learn more about this job and to apply, go here.
Content Specialist - Morehead-Cain / Chapel Hill, NC
The Morehead-Cain Foundation, home of the first merit scholarship program in the United States, seeks a creative professional to craft and curate content for all of the Foundation’s communications channels.
The Morehead-Cain is a four-year merit scholarship for students of the highest caliber to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, providing full funding for academic study and four distinctive summer opportunities in outdoor leadership, civic collaboration, global perspective, and professional experience. The more than 270 current Morehead-Cain Scholars enrich UNC’s vibrant campus community as leaders and innovators, and they join a network of more than 3,000 exceptional and connected alumni. For more information click here.
The content specialist is a creative, organized, and energetic team member who is vital to the success of the Morehead-Cain Foundation.
As the content specialist, you will work closely with staff, scholars, and alumni to discover, create, and curate content for the Foundation’s website, scholar and alumni network, and social media channels. You will also help create publications and marketing pieces, and assist with photography and videography at Foundation events.
To see a full job description, click here.
Multiple Positions - WFAE FM / Charlotte, NC
WFAE is a fast-paced public radio station offering an exciting and creative work environment. We look for ambitious and dedicated people ready for challenges. We offer a generous benefit package and competitive compensation.
Across WFAE, we strive to:
There are openings for reporting fellow, reporter, sales account executive and editor for digital news and engagement. To learn more, go to the WFAE careers site
- Exemplify the highest levels of integrity and public trust.
- Serve as a national and industry model of journalistic excellence.
- Be doggedly committed to telling great stories and serving the public.
- Succeed through teamwork, respect and collaboration.
- Include diverse people, voices, thoughts and perspectives at every level of our work.
- Value and reward creativity, curiosity and humor.
- Be bold and take risks in service to journalism and our mission.
- Enter every room with a spirit of generosity and gratitude.
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 email@example.com