At Olivet, you will receive the training and the experience to set you up for a successful career in journalism. What’s more, you will be taught from a Christian perspective, helping you sort through the complex ethical issues that today’s journalists face. Print and Online Journalism is a concentration within Multimedia Studies. At Olivet, you can:
Benefit from the skills and knowledge of professors who are already successful in the professional world.
Spend an advanced, experiential semester at the Washington Journalism Center (WJC) on Capitol Hill. Develop your professional news skills and think through the implications of being a Christian working in the news media in a city that is home to the powerful and the powerless.Careers
You might be interested in a journalism career if you are:
Possible print and online journalism careers: writer, editor,
reporter, correspondent, photo editor, digital media developer, media
intelligence analyst, social media coordinator, social media editor,
technical and creative director, news gathering/planning editor, program
editor, sports editor, sports reporter, correspondent, freelance news
writer, copy editor, researcher, online reporter/content provider,
financial writer, page designer, publications editor, news director,
freelance journalist, associate editor, beat reporter
Print and Online Journalism is part of the Department of Communication, within the School of Professional Studies.
Gain résumé-building experience by working for GlimmerGlass, Olivet's highly acclaimed student newspaper.
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