by Jennifer V. Last term, I had the exciting opportunity to intern at KOIN 6 News right in downtown Portland. I applied for this internship because working in the journalism field has always been something that interested me, and because PSU does not offer a journalism major, I figured that I should try to gain experience in this field outside of the classroom. During my … Continue reading What I learned from working at a news station
By Naomi Kolb As graduation approaches, I find myself in the same boat as many of my fellow soon-to-be-alumni: I still don’t have a job or other obligation lined up for after graduation on June 17th. In the hopes of securing a job soon, I thought that I’d share part of my job-hunting experience. . . by the numbers. Days since I submitted my first … Continue reading Job Hunting By The Numbers
By Qin Xia It’s job hunting season, yes, the most difficult season of the year, especially when you choose education as a career and you are an international student. Schools always hire new teachers in June and July for the next school year. So from May to June, it’s teacher job hunting time. And as an international student, following graduation, there will be one-year for … Continue reading I need a job!
by Jenna Rae Tucker Well here we go again, graduation time. This time it is with a master’s degree. You know what that means? JOB APPLICATIONS! Hooray. That was sarcasm. If you didn’t read it snarkily in your head, go back and read it again. Filling out applications is the worst. How awesome should I say I am? How do I appear super confident but … Continue reading Grand Master Jenna: From graduation to job applications