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Transcript of College application:
-18 years old
-graduated high school
-interest in journalism
-unsure about college choice
Meet Susan's parents:
They are unsure about letting their daughter
even pursue the journalism career ever since
they happened to stumble upon the following list, which listed the pros and cons of being one:
Susan has made her decision...
- Susan has decided to go to Syracuse University!
Life After Highschool in the Journalism Field:
by: Riana and Karisah Watkins-Martin
Top 10 Colleges for Journalism:
Pros/ Cons of being a journalist:
You're doing something you love!
University of Missouri-Columbia
(in top ten) was the first journalism
school in the world
1. Syracuse University
2. Northwestern University
3. Columbia University
4. University of Missouri at Columbia
5. University of Southern California
6. Arizona State University
7. New York University
8. University of California at Berkeley
9. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
10. George Washington University
Susan's To-Do List:
Start New Life In College!
Great news! Susan has just been accepted into several colleges. Which one will she choose?
Old Jobs being destroyed due to social media
The demand for journalism has been increasingly rising since the recession in 2009, but the numbers aren't where they should be.
Why? You ask. Mobile users everywhere are becoming the "reporters"
"By that point, newspapers and television news had been struggling for years to figure out how to adjust their strategy for a growing Internet audience" -CBNC
You can get a career in journalism by:
It's time to pick a major!
What's your major?!?
Susan's to-do List:
Start new life in College
Susan has picked her major!
She has decided to go with mass communications! She is now ready to spread the rest of her years in college!
Time to leave for college!
Susan is now ready to start her new life. She is leaving for college tomorrow!
- Content Producer
- News Letter writer
-Sports Info. Director
25 Years Later...
After working as a copywriter for quite some time, Susan gave birth to her daughter. Currently, her daughter is now a freshman in highschool.
CAN YOU GUESS WHAT CLASS SHE ENROLLED IN?!?!
I think I'll major in
Susan has decided to.....What a Surprise?!?
major in Journalism!
After spending some time in college- Susan ran out of money!
She needed to find a job to pay her rent!
So.....She pulled together a list of possible jobs!
Looking 4 work....
"Career Advice, Interview Questions, Salary Comparisons, and Resume Tips from Monster." Career Advice, Interview Questions, Salary Comparisons, and Resume Tips from Monster. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Sept. 2013.
"South Mountain Economics." South Mountain Economics. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Sept. 2013.
If you want to get a job in journalism, you have to have a passion for it.
Don't do it because you have to, do it because you want to.
The following Colleges are all ranked as being in the top 10 for best schools for pursuing Journalism!
Syracuse University was
#1 for top journalism schools in the country.