Department of Journalism

Careers & Internships in Journalism

I Am w/ Jack Ross

Journalism student Jack Ross talks about his love for sports and his passion for creating media for sports fans.

What key factors distinguish an Emerson College education? Project-based academic preparation, participation in numerous co-curricular activities, and industry experience gained from internships and other employment opportunities. This is the kind of blend that will help you stand out in the marketplace.

Employers also value the ability of Emerson graduates to communicate concepts and ideas. Our Career Services Office helps you develop these and other business skills through individual appointments, workshops, industry panels and visits, and other programs that bring the world of communication and the arts to the Emerson campus.

Our Journalism graduates are working across print, broadcast, and online media as reporters, producers, writers, editors, and press secretaries.

A Sampling of Jobs of Recent Journalism Graduates

  • Correspondent and Metro Reporter, The Boston Globe
  • Freelance Writer, The Boston Globe
  • Reporter, Fox O&O in Tampa
  • Executive Producer/Main News Anchor, WVII/WFVX-TV Bangor, Maine
  • Reporter, KCAU-TV in Sioux City
  • Managing Editor, Banker & Tradesman and The Commercial Record
  • White House and Senate Correspondent, Detroit News
  • New York Correspondent (Spanish Service), Associated Press
  • Reporter/Anchor, 1010 WINS
  • Principal News Correspondent, CNN-IBN
  • Editor, New Indian Express
  • Associate Director, WHDH-TV Boston
  • Writer, The Patriot Ledger
  • Producer/Reporter, Sinclair Broadcasting
  • News Associate, NBC
  • Producer, WHDH (Channel 7) Boston
  • Assistant Producer, WHDH (Channel 7) Boston
  • Assistant Producer, Inside Edition
  • Associate Producer, WPRI-TV Eyewitness News
  • News Reporter, WXVT-TV (CBS)
  • Producer/Editor, Red Sox Productions
  • Reporter, WATD-FM
  • Reporter, South Carolina Daily News
  • Copy Editor, Parade Magazine
  • Reporter, Medford Transcript
  • Food Editor, South End News
  • Sports Reporter, Lawrence Eagle-Tribune
  • Reporter, State House News Service

War Reporting

Emerson graduate Casey Farrar ’05 traveled to Iraq for three weeks, as a reporter. Three years on staff at The Keene Sentinel in Keene, New Hampshire brought her there, and led her to an opportunity to report on conflict – something she’d wanted since college.

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