Friday, July 27, 2007


Love Soccer?

The co-founder and senior editor with American Soccer Daily ( is looking for journalism students as correspondents to cover Major League Soccer club Houston Dynamo. According to Mark Flannery, this unpaid position offers the chance to cover matches from the press box, attend pre and post-game "press only" events for quotes and interviews, and have the writer's articles appear on a leading Soccer-focused web site, which in the United States currently has a partnership with ESPN, the largest entertainment and sports web site / television station in the U.S. Opportunities for credit can also be discussed.

If you are interested, contact:

Mark Flannery
Senior Editor


Student Worker Position at the UT Grad School

Dr. Sylvie sent this job to me this week:

Position: a new student worker position at the Graduate School
Duties: related to writing and communication
When: as quickly as next week and continue through the end of August
Qualifications: The student doesn't have to be registered or qualified for work study. The pay is $6.40 per hour. The student may be able
to continue into the fall if qualified for work study.

Duties are as follows:
-Assist Administrative Assistant and Graduate Coordinator in data entry,
as needed
-Answer phone and greets visitors in the absence of Administrative
-Assist administrative assistant in stuffing envelopes for mass mailings,
stuffing packets for events, and putting together packets for meetings
-Maintain supply of packets of information and maps for walk-in
prospective students
-Serve as student representative/ambassador of Graduate School at
recruiting and retention events
-Help research and produce content for publications and web site
-Assist Director and Graduate Coordinator in preparing, packing and
shipping materials for recruiting events

Contact info: Darlene Grant at:


Multimedia Internship

The nighttime Web producer for KXAN Austin News is looking for Internet department interns. The program just started in June and KXAN is happy to get the word out to all UT journalism students. Multimedia and copy editing skills are helpful.

Contact info:
Rachel Pierce

Nighttime Web Producer
(512) 703-5383


Photojournalists: An Opportunity to Showcase Your Work

The American Journal online magazine will be starting a new feature section in the fall that will showcase the work of photojournalists around the country. Submissions from enrolled students or recent graduates are welcome. Submissions will be used to produce a feature story or a slide show with or without audio.

American-Journal offers true stories about the events and icons that form the country's identity. The magazine seeks to provide glimpses into the American culture, giving a better understanding of the country and its people.

You can view the current issue at

Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity!

Contact: Pete Marovich, Director of Photography at the Daily-News Record in Virginia and one of the principals of the online magazine American-Journal

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