Brighton Journalist Works runs free taster sessions throughout the year –
You will have an introductory lesson on journalism where we teach you to write for print, online and give an insight into what it is like to be a journalist. You will test your news judgement, learn how to cover a breaking story and find out more about Brighton Journalist Works and the courses we run.
Find out more about careers in journalism. Our taster sessions allow you to ask us the burning questions and should help you work out whether journalism is the right career for you, and whether or not to study full-time or part-time.
Get some summer work experience and find out about grad schemes on the News Associates‘ site.
From life as a trainee reporter to presenting Newsnight, Jeremy Vine, the BBC presenter, talks about his career in journalism in an article in The Guardian.
If so, Lawyer2B is always on the look out for budding writers. Got an idea, then contact firstname.lastname@example.org to see whether you can put together a short article for them?
Grad Mag, Loud and Study International magazines are offering students and graduates from Brunel University the opportunity to get their work published. This could be a massive plus point for any aspiring blogger or journalist’s CV. For more information email: email@example.com
Have a look at these sites for a mix of news, views, training and jobs in journalism:
HoldTheFrontPage News and views by journalists, for journalists and journalism students with particular emphasis on UK regional journalism
Journalism.co.uk Online journalism news and jobs
Press Gazette Journal for journalists with job listings, freelance directory and details of journalism training courses
Gorkana Jobs Jobs in journalism covering a wide range of sectors which includes banking, consumer PR and consumer publication, corporate communications, marketing/research, nationals, newswires, online and PR agency