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Advice to Graduates From NBC's Savannah Sellers

May 28, 2019

CMCI alumnae Savannah Sellers (JOUR 2013) is just six years out of school, but already she commands a coveted spot as a “Today” show contributor and host of “Stay Tuned” on Snapchat for NBCUniversal. She visited her alma mater and offered words of advice to current Journalism students at CU...

Transferrable Skills

Transferable Skills and How to Articulate Them

Feb. 1, 2019

Kylie Bearse

Breaking Into (And Staying in!) The TV News Business

Nov. 7, 2018

By: Christine Mahoney Fall 2018 CMCI alumnae Kylie Bearse (Broadcast News, 2011) is a meteorologist at 9News, Denver. She visited CMCI’s NewsTeam Boulder class in early October, sharing tips with students hoping to launch careers in TV weather and news. Kyle’s top tips: do internships, be persistent, get used...

PR Industry Pros

Working in the Public Relations Industry: Tips from PR Pros

May 16, 2018

This article originally appeared on The Campus Career Coach . Ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in a room full of communication professionals, as they dish about the skills and attributes they love to see in internship and job candidates (and the ones that make them throw...

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How Can I Make My Application Stand Out?

This article originally appeared on The Campus Career Coach . Grant from University of Northern Colorado asked: “When I submit my resume to job boards such as LinkedIn or Indeed, I feel as though my application gets lost in the giant stack of resumes and my skills and qualifications never...


10 Journalism Career Advice Questions with Deborah Clay

This article originally appeared on OpenColleges . Deborah Clay is one of Australia’s most experienced and respected radio journalists. Working for the Australian Radio Network, she is the Sydney and Brisbane News Director and also presents the drive news across WSFM and the KIIS National Network. She has a postgraduate...

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How to Effectively Compete for an Internship at the Denver Post

Plum internships, like the paid, full-time summer internship at the Denver Post, are hard to land. So, what does it take to become the next Post intern?

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School’s Back!

School's back in session, and if you didn't have time over the summer to brush up on your resume, LinkedIn and social media accounts, the time's never been better! Who knows when you might see that perfect job posting? Be prepared with these fantastic resources you may have missed.