INTERNSHIPS, MENTORING AND AWARDS
INTERNSHIPS are arranged for upper level students after they have
completed most of the core required journalism courses. Those
interested in broadcast internships must have completed Broadcast
Journalism (JRN 202). All internships should be arranged a semester
in advance of enrollment. Students need to make an appointment to
discuss enrollment or placement with Professor Bianchi).
MENTORS with extensive professional experience in Journalism will
be available to students in the Spring '98 semester. Students
requesting mentors will be matched with journalists in their areas
of interest depending on availability. Those interested should make
an appointment to discuss placement with Professor Bianchi.
ALICIA PATTERSON AWARDS
Long Island’s Newsday is the proud sponsor of two $2,500 one-year
scholarships for students studying journalism. This scholarships are
designed to nurture future journalists. To be eligible, QC
journalism students must be in their freshman, sophomore or junior
year and have at least a 3.0 grade point average.
To apply each student must submit an official copy of their
transcript, one letter of reference from a journalism professor or
professional and two samples of previously published work.
Applicants must also submit a 500-word, typed essay on the follow
topic: “Why I Want to be a Journalist.”
will be notified in early May.
For more information, contact
Professor Lois Bianchi.
NEWSDAY-JOSEPH W. QUEEN SCHOLARSHIP
The award includes a $2,000 scholarship and a Paid Summer
Internship at Newsday.
- Students must be entering his or her junior or senior year
during the fall semester following the time of application, and
have completed Journalism 200
- Must be minoring in Journalism
- Have at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average
For more information,
contact Prof. Joann Lee, Director, Journalism.
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