WVU’s Lane Dept of Computer Science & Electrical Engineering seeks a student worker (preferably an undergraduate Journalism major) to write a series of articles on departmental news events and a second series of background articles on its faculty. They anticipate 2-4 hours per week interviewing and gathering information, and about 10 hours per week writing articles. A total of 15 hours per week is expected during the academic year. They expect to require about 2 articles per week. Interviews can be scheduled around classes and there is flexibility in the work schedule. Compensation is negotiable but will be competitive with other student employment.
The SOJ welcomes new incoming students and returning SOJ majors to Martin Hall. As you can see, there were more building improvements made during the summer months – all the ground-floor labs have been renovated and updated!
One major change is that Room G2 is now an open lab for all SOJ students. We are working this week to finalize staffing and will post open lab hours as soon as possible.
WPEC is looking for a top-notch, Internet-savvy news content producer to develop interactive content that can be used by WPEC to grow traffic, reach and revenue. The successful candidate will work in the WPEC newsroom to fulfill WPEC’s strategy and guidelines, creating highly interactive, customer-focused editorial content that serve local audiences. The successful candidate will be an excellent writer who is passionate about the Web and the opportunities for user interaction and compelling storytelling on all platforms. This position calls for a highly collaborative person who can see possibilities beyond the broadcast newscast to engage and connect with online users, elevating all content topics to something new online. It is important to understand how the Web and interactive tools can bring new depth to local news, features and sports broadcast journalism as well as to create online-only database-driven content. The position will report to WPEC’s News Director with dual-reporting to the Vice President Online Content, Freedom Interactive.
Connotation Press, a new Online Art and Literary Magazine, is seeking an intern to edit videos. This internship will provide professional experience with an online magazine. Our videos in need of editing will usually be interviews with artists and footage of live music. We prefer an editor who has and is familiar with their own software, since our monthly deadlines will begin immediately. Connotation Press can provide video editing software, as long as you can quickly familiarize yourself with it. Work times will be flexible, but there will be some crunch times when video footage comes in very close to a publishing deadline; therefore, we need someone who can handle working under tight time frames. In addition to video editing, if you are interested in learning more about the inner workings of an online magazine or the taping of an interview or a live show, you will have the opportunity to work on more aspects of the magazine. Contact Ken Robidoux @ Editor-in-Chief@connotationpress.com
WVU College of Engineering and Mineral Resources dean’s office seeks a part-time undergraduate intern to work 8 to 10 hours per week this fall to help with public relations, writing and editing, special event management, and miscellaneous other duties as assigned. Will work under the supervision of the director of college relations, who oversees public relations, marketing, and internal and external communications for the College. Write news releases, alumni magazine, web site, and other purposes including college events. Get great experience and portfolio clips, enjoy working in a friendly office. Seeking someone with good writing, editing, and people skills. Pay is $8 an hour to start, will be increased in future semesters for hard worker. Hours are flexible. Job is on the Evansdale campus. Please email a resume, a few writing samples, and three references to Susan Case at email@example.com. Job is for fall 2009 semester, may be continued.
West Virginia Illustrated is looking for a videographer to video Mountaineer football home games, edit video, assist their staff writer, and post video to the wvillustrated.com online daily sports newspaper. The person must be experienced with imovie, final cut pro, photoshop and have an overall knack for design and editing. Also, the person must provide their own laptop, if possible.
Also, the interested candidate will need to write editorial pieces for the wvillustrated.com online daily sports newspaper to fill in for our staff writer.
The WVU Electronic Thesis and Dissertation (ETD) Task Force, in conjunction with the Provost’s Graduate Student Professional Development Workshop series, is pleased to announce a campus wide ETD Seminar on Monday, Oct. 5 from 3-4:30 p.m.at the National Research Center for Coal and Energy (Evansdale Campus) in room 101A&B. The event is open to all WVU graduate students, faculty and staff. Please register by sending an e-mail to Elizabeth Hamilton at Elizabeth.Hamilton@mail.wvu.edu or call (304) 293-7173. Additional details are available at http://www.wvu.edu/~thesis/News/ETD_Grad_Seminar.htm.
If you plan to graduate this December, please attend the SOJ’s Graduation Workshop Thursday, Aug. 27 at 4 pm in 205 Martin Hall. The SOJ Advising Center staff will distribute graduation applications, share details about the ceremony and answer any/all of your questions.
Springfield Business Journal seeks a Web editor who can write and edit daily and weekly news, and populate and maintain SBJ.net, including back-end tasks. Requires a communications degree, preferably in journalism, as well as Web site management experience. Send résumé and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.