Saturday, July 31, 2010
This work-study position works 10-20 hours per week at the law school's communications office (GH 201) researching and writing articles for the law school's Web site, social networking sites, e-newsletters and print publications. Tasks include background research; fact-checking; pitching story ideas; interviewing law school students, alumni, and/or administrators; continued follow up; and writing articles. Some articles may involve attending special lectures and events after business hours.
- Knowledge of Associated Press style guidelines
- Critical thinking skills a must
- Ability to work effectively with little supervision
- Journalism degree or related work experience
- Competent using Microsoft Word
- Experience with HTML preferred but not necessary
Interested cadidates should submit resume and writing sample to Patrick Riedling, associate director of communications by September 15, 2010.