Arts journalists internship slideshow
When it comes to looking for a job, Goldring arts journalism graduates have an edge. While studying at Newhouse, they gain real-world experience through internships and professional freelance work, and enter the job market with well-developed professional portfolios.
Internships are an important part of the Goldring journey, providing experience, published clips of your work and often the path to full-time employment after graduation. Since New York City is only four hours away, you can opt to intern in the Big Apple during the spring semester. Recent student internship placements have included American Theatre Magazine, Architectural Record, ARTnew, Condé Nast Traveler, Interview Magazine, MovieMaker Magazine, Playbill, Surface Magazine, Symphony Magazine, the Film Society at Lincoln Center, the Paley Center, the New Museum and WNYC radio.
You may also choose to intern locally at such places as Syracuse.com, the Syracuse New Times, WAER, Making Music Magazine, International Musician, The Utica Observer and City, a Rochester alt-weekly.
I am here to help you with your internship search, resume and cover letters, and to discuss career-related issues such as setting goals and developing a job hunt strategy.
Newhouse's Career Development Center is also an invaluable resource, offering a wide range of resources and special events to support your career success. The office also maintains the Newhouse Network, an extensive community of successful alumni who are available for guidance and networking with current Newhouse students.
I look forward to working with you and helping you reach your career goals.
Goldring Career Development Coordinator