Hunter College Career Development Services
The college’s career office subscribes to a database called Symplicity, to which all students have access. Search there for recent listings, or drop by the CDS office in 805 East, or call 212-772-4850 to schedule an appointment for detailed information on projects and application procedures.
Corporate Job Boards
Go straight to the source with companies that have job search engines of their own. Here is a list of links:
ABC / Disney
Gizmodo / Fusion
NBC | Universal
Online Job Listing Services
If you haven’t already, create a profile for yourself at LinkedIn, the professional networking site. Start building your connections, beginning with your professors and your classmates. LinkedIn is a great way to find sources and track others in the industry, but it also can be set up to send you alerts when one of your connections makes the news or changes jobs, AND it can has great listings for jobs and internships. I have one alert set up for “journalism internships,” for example. One distinct advantage to LinkedIn is it will show you with each listing if there are any Hunter graduates at that company.
Created by Hofstra administrator Marc E. Oppenheim, MEOjobs is a non-commercial site that aggregates career opportunities in media, communications and the arts and produces a free top jobs newsletter. You can subscribe to receive an email newsletter with the latest listings.
Ed2010 is a 20-year-old networking and mentoring organization that helps the next generation of editors and writers break into and succeed in the magazine media industry. You have to register to see the listings for current editorial and social media internships and jobs. You can sort by paid, unpaid, full time or temp.
JournalismJobs.com was founded in August 1998 by Dan Rohn, a former copy editor and business writer with The Washington Post, editor with America Online, and Washington, D.C.-based stringer for Money Magazine. In his words, “JournalismJobs.com is the largest and most-visited resource for journalism jobs, and receives between 2.5 to 3 million page views a month.”
In their words, “Investigative Reporters and Editors and the National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting host an active website for some of the best-trained and highest-profile journalists in the world.” They have a small database of job listings that offers the occasional internship.
Mediabistro is a website that offers resources for media professionals. It publishes various blogs that analyze the mass media industry, including the film and the publishing industries. It also provides job listings, courses, and seminars for journalists. The site was founded in 1993 by Laurel Touby as “a gathering place for professionals in journalism, publishing and other media-related industries in New York City.” You can refine your search and set up job alert emails by keyword and location.
This site was launched in 2006 by Mark Glaser, a media and technology expert and freelancer who for years wrote a column for USC Annenberg School of Communication’s Online Journalism Review MediaShift also includes the sites EducationShift and MetricShift, as well as workshops and weekend hackathons, email newsletters, a weekly podcast and a series of DigitalEd online trainings. Sign up to get MediaShift Daily or newsletters on different topics.
The Muse was founded by two McKinsey consultants and MBAs and can target very specific listings sorted by experience, location and many other categories. Register for the site and you can save postings.