Work with the Next Generation of Journalists!
The University of St. Thomas invites qualified candidates to apply for the full-time ThreeSixty Journalism Program Manager position within the College of Arts and Sciences.
The ideal candidate will be an energetic, flexible self-starter who is eager to learn and network, and has a blend of youth programming, journalism/media and project/personnel management experiences, or expertise in two of those areas.
For a full job profile and to apply, click here. Initial review of applicants begins Monday, Nov. 5, so you’re encouraged to submit your materials no later than Sunday, Nov. 4.
Have a passion or expertise for writing, journalism or media? Adult professionals’ unique talents and perspectives are a critical component of the rigourous (and fun!) experience for ThreeSixty students. You can provide support in the following ways and more.
Writing Coach: Provide expert, technical support to students during a journalism summer camp or school-year News Team.
Career Speaker: Share your journalism, media, communications career story with ThreeSixty students during a short presentation and Q & A.
Editor: Edit student stories (AP style) prior to publication in ThreeSixty Magazine.
Bundler: Collect and bundle donations from people in your networks leading up to the Great Minnesota Media Get-Together.
“I’ve really enjoyed working with the next generation of journalists. It helps me stay on my game as well.” — Marcheta Fornoff, associate producer at Minnesota Public Radio and ThreeSixty volunteer
“I found ThreeSixty . . . and I love working with young reporters. It always brings me back to the basics. Reminds me of what is the foundation of reporting every time I come back.” — Susan Du, staff writer at City Pages and ThreeSixty volunteer
“The ThreeSixty classroom is like many newsrooms across the nation — full of daily challenges but never, ever boring.” — Mark Holland, Star Tribune copy editor and ThreeSixty volunteer