Visiting Journalist Fellowship: September 2017 – June 2018 (2-3-month fellowship)
Application Deadline: May 1, 2017 (2 pm EST / 11 am PST)
What will colleges look like in the future? (Will campuses even be around?) How will they evolve to meet the diverse needs of nontraditional, “New Normal” college students who are no longer coming straight from high school?
Requisition Number: 20160684
Appointment Type: Staff – Career
Personnel Program: MSP
Work Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
Percentage of Time: 100%
Organizational Area: External Relations – Communications
Location: Oakland, CA
Posting Salary: Salary commensurate with experience.
The Education Writers Association (EWA) is seeking an enthusiastic and enterprising Program Specialist who will support our efforts to strengthen the community of education writers and improve the quality of education news coverage. The Program Specialist will help us deliver in-person seminars for education journalists, mentoring programs, fellowships, and online resources (blogs, podcasts, Topics Pages etc.), among other priorities. This is a chance to grow and learn — and to connect with journalists and experts around the country.
The Education Writers Association (EWA) is seeking an enthusiastic, mission-driven, and experienced Events Coordinator who will thrive in a challenging and dynamic work environment. The Events Coordinator, under the management of the Chief Operating Officer, will take a strong leadership role in the planning and execution of all events, including our flagship National Seminar. The position is responsible for event logistics, budgeting, and on-site management.
Job Description: Clark County education reporter
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is looking for an ambitious, inquisitive, experienced reporter to join its three-person education team — one to cover higher ed and two to cover the Clark County School District. This is a challenging job that focuses on myriad issues surrounding the nation’s fifth-largest district, its 357 schools and 320,000 students, and one that is facing a controversial state-mandated reorganization.
The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) is comprised of over 550 governing boards, and over 6,000 trustees who govern public and private community, technical and junior colleges across the U.S. and abroad. ACCT is the voice of community college leaders at the federal level, spearheading federal-level advocacy efforts, facilitating board education, and implementing innovative initiatives to facilitate student success and college completion.
Hager Sharp is an independent marketing and communications agency owned by employees with a shared passion: Developing ideas that make a difference. We create award-winning campaigns that achieve results for organizations committed to improving health, advancing education, and transforming our communities—through communications that engage, motivate, and inspire in any and every medium that best reaches a particular audience, from earned to paid, digital to print, in-person to outdoor. If you’re looking for an agency where making a difference is in the DNA, come to Hager Sharp.
We are looking for an Accountability Editor to join our Editorial and Strategic Support Teams! Is it you? If it is, then you’re detail-oriented, a strong writer and passionate about education policy. You’re comfortable translating policy “wonk-speak” to a general audience, because in addition to tracking state-level policy, you’re making sure that our writers—who are typically parents, students, and educators (not wonks)—are comfortable writing about it.
One Day, the alumni magazine of Teach For America, reports on major issues in education with depth and authority. We are seeking a resourceful, curious, energetic staff reporter to join the magazine’s growing team.
The Seattle Times is seeking an experienced reporter to join Education Lab, an ambitious, groundbreaking project that has had significant impacts on public education in Washington state. This is a grant-funded, 21-month position.
Candidates should have experience in finding and writing compelling, in-depth stories, ideally about schools and learning. Strong multi-media skills and experience covering education are big pluses.
The Seattle Times is seeking an experienced engagement editor to join Education Lab, an ambitious, groundbreaking project that has significant impacts on public education in Washington state. This is a grant-funded, 21-month position.
We seek candidates who can help lead Education Lab’s award-winning effort to spark and nurture constructive conversation about education in Washington state, and to seek out community voices that can improve our journalism.