Thursday 3pm Career Panel (zoom): Resumes, Social Media and How to Be Career Ready

Join this week's virtual Career Series panel:

Resumes, Social Media and How to Be Career Ready

Guest speakers will include:

Mizell Stewart III, Senior Director / Talent, Partnerships and News Strategy for USA TODAY and the USA TODAY Network.

Joanne Rieter, Chief of Staff, SocialFly, a NYC-based social media marketing and PR agency.

Kimberly Hardy, Recruiting Manager, Global Corporate Affairs at Amazon.

Mark your calendar: 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan 21, 2021 Eastern Time.

Register using the link below.

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1/13/21 5pm Pacific: Endeavor & Netflix invite YOU

Endeavor and Netflix would like to invite you to attend a conversation with the creators behind Netflix's documentary, GIVING VOICE.

Wednesday, January 13th

5pm PT / 7pm CT / 8pm ET

This is event is for awards voting consideration and to highlight this incredible film that's received critical and audience praise. We're thrilled to open the invitation for Hampton University students.

GIVING VOICE follows six students as they advance through the August Wilson Monologue Competition. Every year, thousands of students from twelve cities across the United States perform the Pulitzer Prize winner's work ("Fences," "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom") for a shot to perform on Broadway.

GIVING VOICE is an Endeavor Content film executive produced by JOHN LEGEND and MIKE JACKSON of GetLifted and produced by CRAIG PILIGIAN of Pilgrim Entertainment.

RSVP Here to get full info

Jan 18: Dream With Us -- register for virtual event today

A collaborative virtual community event among Sentara Healthcare, Hampton University and Newport News Public Schools

Register here.

Complimentary Washington Post access for HBCUs

From now through March 1, The Washington Post will extend complimentary access to The Washington Post's engagement initiatives for all Historically Black Colleges and Universities, a benefit typically only reserved for universities with site license access to The Post's engagement programming is wholistic in its approach to engaging the whole campus: faculty, staff, and students.

Starting immediately, your faculty and staff have been granted access to The Post's monthly engagement series. These sessions are short, lasting no longer than 15-20 minutes, and provide a high-level overview of as a classroom resource. Every walkthrough is timely, topical, and lends focus and support to a different discipline.

This month's session, "'Are We Making History, or Are We Made by History' focuses on contextualizing current events through an understanding of our own history, making use of as a shared reading experience. Sessions will be held on November 18th and 19th. To sign up, simply select a date/time at

... and complete the registration steps, after which a link to join the live session will be sent to your email. Enrollment will be capped.

In and above this, we are granting your university VIP access to several of The Washington Post's Live Center Events. We understand that colleges across the nation are struggling to build community virtually; it is our hope that by providing access to our colleges and university members that The Post's live events might serve as a resource to support thoughtful conversation that extends beyond the classroom. Please continue to check your email for your invitation, which may be shared widely among your students, staff and faculty.

Again, there will be no fee to attend these events.

Internship and career opportunities at E.W. Scripps

Come join us Friday, October 30th, at noon to learn about internship and career opportunities at E.W. Scripps, the media company that has given its name to our school.

"Give light and the people will find their own way," is a motto for the company and its employees, who believe "in the power of journalism to change lives, strengthen the community and create a better-informed world." That motto is located above the school's entrance in the lobby.

Friday's conversation will include tips for getting internships and your first job despite the backdrop of a pandemic. Scripps Howard Foundation President and CEO Liz Carter and Emerging Talent Leader, Chip Mahaney, will share background about the organization and their career advice.

The broadcasting company was founded in 1878 with a chain of newspapers in Cleveland, Ohio. Today Scripps is the second largest operator of ABC affiliates. It also owns Ion Media, Stitcher, HGTV, Food Network Newsy, an American news network on cable and streaming TV., and others.

The link below is in the SHSJC community's Blackboard Collaborate:

Click here for the link.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Do you want to know how to land a job at the LA Times?

Angel Jennings, Assistant Managing Editor, Culture and Talent for the Los Angeles Times, is hosting a virtual meeting for student journalists who are members of NABJ on Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 9 p.m. EST.

Interested students should register here.

NYU MS in Publishing: Digital and Print Media program and the NYU Summer Publishing Institute

Join the information session to learn about NYU MS in Publishing: Digital and Print Media program and the NYU Summer Publishing Institute, as well as information on new scholarship opportunities for the Summer Publishing Institute. NYU is excited to announce the Carolyn Kroll Reidy Scholarship for students from underrepresented backgrounds as part of the session.

Our upcoming online information sessions will take place on October 7, 2020 at 6:00pm EST and on November 17, 2020 at 6:00pm EST . Details and RSVP links for both of these sessions are below.

The MS in Publishing: Digital & Print Media program is a 42-credit graduate program at the NYU School of Professional Studies, now in its 24th year, for recent college graduates. We are now accepting applications for spring and fall 2021.

The NYU Summer Publishing Institute is a renowned six-week summer program for rising seniors and recent college graduates. In 2021, the program will run from June 7th to July 16th. (Note, for the fourth year, we are opening the program to rising college seniors.) The Priority Deadline for SPI applications is February 1, 2021.

Interested students can learn about both of these programs at our upcoming information sessions.

Online Information Session on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 6:00pm EST (RSVP here)

Online Information Session on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at 6:00pm EST (visit our website.

American Advertising Federation’s Most Promising Multicultural Students Program

The American Advertising Federation's Most Promising Multicultural Students program connects the advertising industry with the nation's top multicultural college seniors. Students get the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the advertising industry with networking, interviewing and industry immersion opportunities with advertising, marketing, and media professionals.

In 1997, the American Advertising Federation (AAF) began the Most Promising Multicultural Student program (MPMS) to connect the advertising industry with the nation's top multicultural college students. Since then, more than 800 students from 220 colleges and universities have participated in this premier event. 74% of these students attribute the success in obtaining a job after graduation to the distinction that comes from participating in MPMS.

"Networking is a huge part of getting anywhere in this industry and the connections made during MPMS helped immensely. There is so much talent out there and to be selected into a program where it's a mash of accounts, strategists, media and creatives was a great experience." -MPMS Alumni

Each year, the selected Most Promising Multicultural Students have an opportunity to meet with professionals from top advertisers, media companies and advertising agencies at an exclusive Most Promising Multicultural Students Recruiters Expo. Held in conjunction with the Expo, a Building Bridges for Our Future Awards Luncheon and Industry Immersion program provide invaluable networking and learning experiences. At the Building Bridges for Our Future Awards Luncheon, students dine among leading executives and multicultural industry pioneers, providing an opportunity for networking and mentorship. The Industry Immersion component of the program allows students to experience the excitement of a career in advertising firsthand by visiting major advertisers, ad agencies and media companies and attending workshops led by industry leaders.

The American Advertising Federation's diversity program has changed lives and impacted careers for the past 20 years.

Application Deadline: November 2, 2020. For more information of the Most Promising Program, visit

If you are a graduating college student, you can apply today.


Participating Companies include:

BBDO Worldwide; Bloomberg; The CDM Group; CNN; DDB New York; Deutsch; DigitasLBi; Energy BBDO; FCB; fluent360; General Mills; Google; Grey Group; GroupM; GSD&M; Hill Holliday; Interpublic Group; Leo Burnett; McCann Worldgroup; Mediabrands; Momentum Worldwide; Mullen Advertising; Ogilvy & Mather; Omnicom Group Inc.; OmnicomMediaGroup; PepsiCo; Publicis Groupe; Razorfish; RPA; Saatchi & Saatchi; Starcom MediaVest Group;TBWA;Team Detroit; Valassis; Wieden + Kennedy; Young & Rubicam; Zenith Optimedia

Johnson & Johnson information session

A Johnson & Johnson information session will be held on Wednesday 9/30/2020 to connect individually with students in areas from finance to journalism for internships and full-time employment.

Students can meet members of the Johnson & Johnson team, including Eric Ford, regional business director and Hampton University graduate, Simone Kingwood, Supply Chain Finance Director and Hampton University graduate, and Tony Wright, associate analyst, and Hampton University graduate.

The Johnson & Johnson team members can review your resumes as you prepare for the recruiting season.

If you are interested in a Johnson & Johnson summer internship or full-time employment opportunity post-graduation, the J&J team is more than happy to connect with you. Also feel free to connect with fellow students Julian Wright, Takiyah Stovall, and Danielle Boateng, past Johnson & Johnson interns.

Basic requirements for our internships and full-time employment (FLDP & VSLDP) are simple:

3.0+ GPA Permanent work authorization in US Majors include for Finance roles: Finance, Economics, Accounting, Tax, Business-related For Sales: beyond business majors, healthcare related majors (i.e., Biology or Biomedical engineering) and Journalism majors are welcome as strong communication skills are a must!

To apply, you can use the J&J links provided below. So that it is easier to find you, we ask that you join our Global Talent Hub and email Shanice Anderson at

Finance Internship:

Full-Time Finance LDP:

Full Time Sales LDP:

MULTICULTURAL MEDIA SUMMIT A Virtual Series kicking off on 10/14

You are invited to apply to attend the ViacomCBS annual Multicultural Media Summit kicking off on Wednesday, October 14th. This event was created to showcase the media industry and ViacomCBS as a first choice for students to build their career.

Those interested should apply by Friday, October 2nd. Registrations will not guarantee admittance, but students will receive status updates by Friday, October 9th. The invite and link to apply is in the information below.


A Virtual Series kicking off on 10/14

Join the ViacomCBS Campus to Career team for a virtual series of engaging speakers, networking sessions and career development. Get a glimpse at how the company behind BET, CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures and other global multi-platform entertainment brands champion diversity in content and culture. Learn what it's like to work in media and how to stand out during the internship application process.

Choose Your Own Adventure...

This summit was designed with YOU in mind! We realize you may have varied passions and interests...and that's OK! We've created various themes for you to learn all about what our business has to offer.

Interested? Learn more here.

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