Journalism

The Journalism major is based on the premise that journalists are essential in a democratic society because they inform its citizens, give voice to the voiceless and hold the powerful accountable.

The major emphasizes both the academic heart of journalism and its practice through its courses in history, law, ethics, philosophy and media criticism, as well as newswriting, reporting and multimedia journalism.

Fall Job Opportunity

Civic Engagement and Service-Learning (CESL) Undergraduate Staff Position

Outreach and Office Assistant

AY 2021 – 2022 

Civic Engagement and Service-Learning (CESL) has one undergraduate position available for AY 2021-22, focused on providing outreach and communications to UMass students. CESL offers …

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Paid Positions on Campus — Apply now!

 

Special Projects Assistant – Residential Life
Residential Life Central Operations is hiring summer special project assistants for landscaping (mowing, raking, gardening weeding, mulching etc.) and other operational tasks including some heavy lifting and moving. Must be a currently enrolled (6+ …

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Spotting Fraudulent Employers

Protect Yourself from Scams

An employer that seems “fraudulent” or illegitimate should be taken very seriously. Fraudulent employer scams are often “phishing,”a crime related to identity theft.

How to spot a phishing scam:
The sender is suspicious.  The domain …

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