Get involved with the Journalism Club if you want to:
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Why you should be involved with the Journalism Club
By the time you graduate from UNF with your communications degree,
you will have made a significant investment of time and money.
If you're spending thousands of dollars, supposedly to prepare for a
career as a journalist, why not try to learn as much about the field
as possible? Why not learn how to find jobs and internships in the field
and find out what to expect when you become a journalist. And get tips
and advice from professional journalists. By attending the Journalism
Club's seminars, you can gain valuable information about your chosen
career path. Click
here to read more about why UNF needs a journalism
The club is for all students interested in journalism, and is designed
to serve students who are studying broadcasting, photojournalism,
print journalism and graphic design, and students involved with campus media.
QUICK QUIZ: How much do you know about finding info about scholarships, internships, jobs and news on the Net? Take the quiz.
We'd love to hear from you. Feel free to tell us your suggestions for club activities. Contact us if you have any comments or questions about the club.
Want to be an officer? The club is looking for students interested in journalism and in the club to be officers for the 2002-2003 school year. Click here for more info on becoming an officer in the club.
Want to be a volunteer?
RECOGNITION: The Journalism Club would
like to express its thanks to three hard-working volunteers.
Michael Fitzgerald and Cathleigh Winningham
helped promote the club's spring 2002 seminars.
Also, Cherisse Seymour attended one of the club's spring seminars and
took excellent notes, which can be read here.
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