Journalism

Internships

Most journalism minors at Albion College choose to do an internship after completing the beginning and advanced writing and reporting courses.

Some work and study abroad through off-campus programs; recent internship placements have been at The Guardian Observer, Reader's Digest, NBC News and The New Statesman Magazine in London, at the World Association of Newspapers in Paris, at the Soho Press and Jane magazine in New York, and at media companies in Sydney, Nairobi, Florence and Aberdeen.

In Michigan, students have gained editorial experience working for The Jackson Citizen-Patriot, The Battle Creek Enquirer, The Northville Record, The Novi News, The Oakland Business Review, The Albion Recorder, Jackson Magazine, The Gale Group and other local newspapers, magazines and book publishers. Some have pursued writing opportunities in marketing and public relations at companies such as the Detroit Lions, The Detroit Metro Times, Starr Commonwealth and others.

In addition, journalism students are encouraged to submit articles for freelance publication.

Check it out

Here's your chance to see what some of our interns are writing:

Andrew Kimball, '09
Intern, Harbor Light News (summer 2007)

'Bio Blitz' last weekend drew scientists, students to University of Michigan Biological Station(front page story)
www.harborlightnews.com/atf.php?sid=2211

Student Publication

The Pleiad: A weekly student newspaper written and edited entirely by Albion College students.

Awards

The Pleiad competes against other weekly college papers in Division II in the Michigan Press Association's student newspaper contest.

Michigan Press Association awards for The Pleiad, 2007-08

Michigan Press Association awards for The Pleiad, 2006-07

Michigan Press Association awards for The Pleiad, 2005-06

Michigan Press Association awards for The Pleiad, 2004-05

Life After Albion

What are they writing now? We are proud to showcase the accomplishments of some of our most recent graduates.

Liz Shepard, '06
Staff writer, The Argus-Press

Utility funding for business park questioned
http://www.argus-press.com/articles/2007/09/01/news/news1.txt

Kayla Kiley, '07
Reporter, Cadillac News

I got milk: The woes of being a city girl on a farm