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Careers and Opportunities

This student-centric hub for the College’s career development resources gives you access to a centralized and expanding database of internship and career opportunities.

As part of our commitment to educate and prepare students for today’s digital media marketplace, the WVU Reed College of Media established the Office of Student Careers and Opportunities in 2013.

In addition to career and internship resources, the College of Media has a diverse and expanding group of passionate alumni, journalism and communications professionals who are friends and mentors, and generous benefactors who want to ensure you get the internships and professional experiences that lead to a dream career. You'll have lots of opportunities to network and meet the perfect professional mentors.

Schedule an appointment with Eric Minor, Director of Student Careers and Opportunities, through the Student Scheduling Center, by calling 304.293.6117 or via email Follow him on Twitter @EricMinorWVU for the latest internship and opportunities.

Get Your Dream Job

Eric Minor, an award-winning television journalist and WVU alumnus, manages the College’s Office of Student Careers and Opportunities. He is your go-to resource for internships and career mentoring. He’ll help you write your résumé, practice interviewing and find the internship of your dreams.

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Career and Internship Resources

WVU Handshake

Handshake is more than just a job posting site—it’s a career services management tool designed just for WVU students and alumni.

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College of Media eNews

The College sends a weekly update to students’ MIX email address highlighting specific College of Media announcements as well as new job and internship postings that are media related. Often these postings come directly to us from alumni and professionals in the field seeking our students.

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Mentorship Program

The College’s Professional Mentorship Program matches seniors with industry leaders from the School’s network of alumni and friends. Professional mentors provide guidance, coaching and support for students in journalism and advertising/public relations as they prepare to enter the workforce. The application period opens each fall, and the program continues through the end of the academic year.

Apply for the Mentorship Program

Alumni Network

All College of Media students are encouraged to join the College’s professional and alumni network on LinkedIn. The group includes hundreds of Mountaineers in journalism, advertising, public relations and other media-related fields who are willing to lend a helping hand, answer questions and share advice. Oftentimes, jobs and internship opportunities can be found here as well.

Join the LinkedIn Group


College of Media students have interned with local and national news outlets and worldwide advertising and PR agencies ... and you can, too!

  • ABC “Good Morning America”
  • The Associated Press
  • DDB Worldwide
  • PBS
  • NBC News, London
  • CNN Washington
  • ESPN
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins
  • Walt Disney World
  • E! Entertainment Television
  • Ketchum Inc.
  • GolinHarris
  • Porter Novelli
  • CBS Radio
  • AT&T Sports Net
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Fox News Channel
  • MTV
  • Ingersoll Rand
  • BBDO