MSU journalism students can get paid reporting jobs at Great Lakes Echo, the Knight Center’s award-winning environmental news service.
- These are paid positions.
- Reporters typically work 6 to 10 hours a week
- Schedule flexible during day
- Physically located in MSU’s Knight Center office
Preferred candidates may have these, but none are required:
- Record of previously published work
- Interest in the environment
- Multi-media experience
Submit before Aug. 31, 2018:
- One-page resume
- Writing samples or links to them
- A 100-word essay explaining why you’re right for the job
- Three references with contact information
Knight Center for Environmental Journalism
382 Communication Arts and Sciences, MSU
East Lansing, Mich. 48824-1212.
- Ask Knight Center Senior Associate Director David Poulson, 517 432 5417, firstname.lastname@example.org