The goal of the internship program is to help you develop professional skills in your field of study and prepare you for a career in journalism or mass communications. As you know, the Marshall School of Journalism and Mass Communications believes part of the learning in the internship program is learning to find a job. Thus, we do not place students in internships, but we do try to help you find the internship that is right for you. We want you to have an internship that takes you one step closer to your career objectives.
We have established this website to help you accomplish that goal and find a quality internship opportunity. We frequently post to all of our social media sites – Facebook, Twitter and now here! (See links to other social media sites at right.) This is a place for one-stop shopping. On this site, you will find postings and links to internship opportunities, internship forms and advice from past interns.
This site is for you, to help you find the best internship opportunity possible and assist you in getting there!
Please explore the site, join our Facebook group at SOJMC interns or follow us on Twitter @MUSOJMCInterns for quick access and help finding that internship that is just right for you!
If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact your SOJMC internship coordinator:
Professor Allyson Goodman
Office Phone: 304-696-6025
Office: Communications Building Room 123.
Insights for Interns
This is the audio recording from Insights for Interns.
The event was a panel discussion made up of former interns, who had the opportunity to work an interesting or unique internship.
The panel answered questions about their internships for the moderators and the audience members about their experiences while interning.
Panel members, as seen in the group photo (from left):
Kalyn Bordman (WSAZ-TV)
Clara Maynard (City of Huntington: mayor’s office)
Rob Engle (Edelman Public Relations in NYC)
Allyson Carr (Highland Hospital)
Michael Taylor (Bulldog Creative Services)
Lexi Browning (Charleston Gazette Mail)
Emily Rice (West Virginia Division of Tourism)
Andrew Harrison (Major League Baseball Network in NYC)