Cronkite Day will feature an opportunity for alumni to have their work – writing, photography, TV packages and resumes – reviewed in a one-on-one setting by leading alumni and faculty in their fields. Reserve a time at the registration table during Cronkite Day check-in. Various rooms.
Cronkite New Media Academy
The Cronkite School offers Saturday programs that focus on different aspects of digital media – from Web page development and design to the most effective uses of social media. First Amendment Forum.
The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism provides professional development, education and training for reporters, editors and producers interested in improving their skills in the area of business and economics coverage. Come in and meet Reynolds Center President Andrew Leckey, Executive Director Linda Austin and the rest of the team. Reynolds Center, First Amendment Forum.
The Cronkite School now offers both a highly individualized master’s program for mid-career journalists and communication professionals and a Ph.D. program designed for mid-career professionals. Senior Associate Dean Marianne Barrett and other Cronkite grad program representatives will be available to discuss the program options. First Amendment Forum.
Office of Career Services
Find out how you can connect your organization to Cronkite School interns and potential job candidates or get some personal advice on your next career move. Career Services Director Mike Wong will be available for consultation. First Amendment Forum.