Keep up with our Twitter feeds, where we post jobs and placements that catch our eye. Graduates can also check out our Sheffield Hallam Journalism, PR & Media Graduates Facebook page and the SHU Feature Writing & Publishing Facebook page. Placement students have access to our designated placements Facebook page.
Scholarship To Study in the U.S
The Fulbright programme is now accepting applications for the Fulbright Alistair Cooke Award in Journalism – the award gives promising journalists a chance to study at the Masters level in the United States. Deadline for applications closes on Monday 6 November 2017.
Full details can be found here – http://www.fulbright.org.uk/going-to-the-usa/postgraduate/fulbright-postgraduate-scholarships/awards-available/alistair-cooke?utm_source=BBC&utm_campaign=Alistair_Cooke.
Keep up with our Twitter feeds, where we post jobs and placements that catch our eye. Graduates can also check out our Sheffield Hallam Journalism, PR & Media Graduates Facebook page. Placement students have access to our designated placements Facebook page.
TAKE UP RUNNING – AND GET PAID
Three month contracts working as a runner at one of Britain’s top soap operas. Details below.
WORK EXPERIENCE – PEAK FM CHESTERFIELD
Message from Joe Rawson Broadcast Journalist Peak FM based in Chesterfield
“Although we are a fairly small station, we are of course part of one of the biggest radio groups in the UK and since being taken over by News UK local journalism and content is at the heart of what we do.
We’d be able to offer placements working alongside the news team, which involves going out to report on stories, recording audio and video, editing using adobe pro tools and burley.
Joe Rawson Broadcast Journalist Peak FM
Tel. 01246 269 107
Train with the world’s best broadcaster – the BBC. Latest schemes below
Free workshops on one of Britain’s biggest TV shows.
MEDIA VOLUNTEERS WANTED – PRESS RELEASE BELOW
The British Tinnitus Association are looking for media volunteers to help them with a new social media campaign. This is a great opportunity to increase your interpersonal skills by approaching and interviewing members of the public, gain valuable experience of seeing a project through from start to finish and develop skills of using video and social media for campaign promotion.
Student volunteers will be asked to work in pairs to produce video interviews with target audiences about their knowledge of tinnitus, awareness of safe listening levels and perceptions of wearing ear protection. Volunteers will film using camera phones and send footage to the BTA.
You will be supported with release forms, a briefing and guidance on what the BTA would like you to produce. As a Volunteer, you will be supported by the Students’ Union with travel expenses, a named contact and any additional needs you may have.
If you are interested in taking part or would like more information, please email email@example.com
FANCY WORKING AT ITV ? THIS LINK HAS THE DETAILS
FOOTBALL WRITER REQUIRED
Opportunity at Workshop Town FC