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NABJ and NAHJ Students host a Google Hangout: HOW TO LAND YOUR FIRST REPORTER JOB
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NABJ and NAHJ Students host a Google Hangout: HOW TO LAND YOUR FIRST REPORTER JOB

10/30/2013

When: 10/30/2013
From 9:00 PM until 10:00 PM

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NABJ and NAHJ Students will hold a Google Hangout: HOW TO LAND YOUR FIRST REPORTER JOB. The one-hour Hangout is on Wednesday, October 30 at 9:00-10:00 PM Eastern time. Our panelists are:

Justin Madden, a digital breaking news reporter at Lexington Herald-Leader. He graduated in May 2013 from the Department of Mass Communication at Grambling State University, where he served as editor-in-chief for The Gramblinite. 

Melaine Eversley, reporter at USA Today's Breaking News Desk in New York, NY. 

Carlos Sanchez, executive editor at The Monitor in McAllen, Texas. 

Rebecca Aguilar, Vice President of Online at the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and Freelance Emmy-award winning journalist will lead the discussion.

The panelists will talk about their journalism experiences and will teach students how to land their first journalism job. Then we'll open it up to your questions. The session will go live on Youtube and recorded in case you can't join us live.

This Google Hangout is presented by NABJ and NAHJ Student Representatives: Khorri Atkinson and Olmar Vanegas. 

TITLE: HOW TO LAND YOUR FIRST REPORTER JOB 

DATE: Wednesday, October 30, 2013

TIME:  9 - 10 PM Eastern time

WHERE: Follow us on Google+ to join the hangout: NABJ STUDENTS

(Must have a Google+ Account to participate LIVE but the session will later appear on our Youtube channel, NABJ STUDENTS.

 
 

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