Are you looking to get into the oh-so-glamorous and lucrative world of print (or online, nudge nudge) journalism? Now that the new semester has started for real, we figured we ought to let you know about opportunities to work for your very own student newspaper, The Daily Californian, or better yet, its more sarcastic, immature offshoot, The Daily Clog.
The Daily Cal is hiring, so if you crave incoherent comments on your writing from anonymous internet denizens, look no further.
We’ll be having an informational recruitment meeting tomorrow (Tuesday, Aug. 31) at 4 p.m. in our offices in 600 Eshleman (those windows with “The Daily Californian” painted across them). Applications are already available online and are due by 5 p.m. this Friday, Sept. 3 to the very same offices.
At the meeting there will be all sorts of information on working at all sections of the Daily Cal, including the Clog. The many positions available include photographers, news writers, arts writers, sports writers, multimedia producers, and so on. If you caught the Oxford comma in that last sentence, you could consider joining our copy-editing team or if you’re a more business-minded type, we’d love if you could make us some money by selling ads.
Although the non-business entry-level jobs at the Daily Cal do not pay in the traditional sense, it’s a good place to start if you’re interested in journalism or in disseminating your opinions to the world, as the case may be.
In any case, come to the meeting if you’re at all interested. You’ll have a chance to get your questions answered. If you can’t make it and have questions, e-mailing [email protected] ought to do the trick.
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