Events

ieiMedia faculty will be presenting sessions about studying and reporting abroad at these upcoming conventions:

Associated Collegiate Press Midwinter National College Journalism Convention
San Francisco
Don’t Just See the World, Cover It!
Do you fantasize about becoming a foreign correspondent? Hope to study abroad? Find out about study-abroad opportunities for students interested in media and journalism. See how you can enhance your professional skills and put a global spin on your resume that will give you a competitive edge as you launch your career.
Friday, March 3, 4:30 p.m.-5:20 p.m.
Pacific N, Hyatt Regency San Francisco

College Media Association Spring National College Media Convention
New York City
Reporting Overseas: Internships, fellowships and study-abroad opportunities
Thinking of reporting overseas? The director of several summer study-abroad programs and a longtime foreign correspondent will share opportunities, including international internships with the AP and Reuters and study-abroad programs in Japan, Europe and Israel for students interested in studying and reporting abroad.
Sunday, March 1, 3:30-4:20 p.m.
Metropolitan Ballroom East, Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

Report Overseas!
So you want to be a foreign correspondent! Sounds glamorous but how do you get started? A former international journalist who has reported from 30 countries as a staff writer for The Christian Science Monitor and as a freelancer and the director of summer journalism study-abroad programs will share tips on breaking in, getting clips and networking your way to an overseas reporting career.
Tuesday, March 14, 9-9:50 a.m.
Columbus Circle Room, Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

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Students Say...

The instruction, support and help that I received from the instructors were nothing short of remarkable. I learned how to shoot, edit and produce a multimedia piece. I had the opportunity to work as a journalist in a foreign country and face all the struggles and triumphs that came along with that. In the end, I put together work that I am truly proud of.
by Kat Russell, California State University, Northridge, The Istanbul Project 2011