Journalism Career Fair

Each year, more than 200 students meet with employers from 23-30 companies during our career fair. Students and employers interact in "mini interviews." These helps employers narrow the field from the résumés they receive and saves time by visiting with students on campus. At our career fair, you will meet fine, young journalists and communicators who want to speak with you about opportunities to gain real-world experience at your organization. Students are looking for both internships and entry-level jobs. 

We appreciate your ongoing support of KU's School of Journalism. The career fair is an excellent way to network with the next generation of journalism and communications professionals. 

This year's career fair was March 4, 2015.

Thank you to this year's KU Journalism Career Fair Participants

  • Pennington & Company
  • Bernstein–Rein
  • InTouch Solutions
  • United States Tennis Association
  • Emfluence
  • Family Service and Guidance Center
  • Lawrence Journal-World
  • Glynn Devins
  • INK Inc PR
  • SPM Communications of Dallas
  • JNA Advertising
  • Sullivan, Higdon & Sink
  • Smith & Loveless
  • Go Local
  • Theater League
  • Great Plains Media
  • Barkley/Crossroads

For more information, please contact:

William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications
University of Kansas
1435 Jayhawk Blvd. | Lawrence, KS | 66045 | 785-864-4755

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October 2015
October 29, 2015 | All day | Stauffer-Flint Hall
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