College Corner Segment
LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY?
The Pennsylvania Society of News Editors (PSNE) and the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association (PNA) Foundation offer an internship for college juniors and seniors enrolled in journalism or communications programs in Pennsylvania. For complete information about this great opportunity, contact Teresa Shaak, Manager of Foundation Projects, Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Foundation, at email@example.com
or (717) 703-3003.
The best way to stay on top of the latest developments in the news industry is by becoming a member of the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association (PNA)! Membership in PNA will help students build relationships with their peers and professionals across the state. Contact Kristin Bleiler at firstname.lastname@example.org or (717) 703-3069 for more information.
The Pennsylvania Women's Press Association (PWPA) offers a $1,500 scholarship to a journalism major. Both men and women may apply. Eligibility requirements are that the student be a Pennsylvania resident, a journalism major in a four-year or graduate level program in a Pennsylvania college or university, and be classified as a junior, senior or graduate level student for the fall of that year. The winner will be selected on the basis of proven journalistic ability, dedication to journalism, and general merit.
PAPME Ralph Flamminio Scholarship
The Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors (PAPME) offers a $3,000 scholarship. Eligibility requirements are that the student must be a Pennsylvania resident, must be enrolled either at a two-year or four-year institution, or actively enrolled in a graduate program; does not have to be a journalism major; be determined to pursue a career in print journalism; be an excellent student; and should be active on the campus newspaper or have print journalism experience.
Complete details about the PAPME Scholarship may be found on the PAPME website
PA Student Editors' Interest Group (SEIG)
Who We Are
A critical part of the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Foundation’s (Foundation) mission is reaching out to college and high school journalists and their advisers. The future of the industry relies heavily on how young people view newspapers and the journalism career path. In an effort to reach future journalists and readers, and to show our support for college newspapers, the Foundation and the Pennsylvania Society of News Editors (PSNE) established a Student Editors’ Interest Group (SEIG).
This interest group is made up of college journalists and their advisers from colleges and universities across the Commonwealth. Similar to the professional industry, many college newspapers are faced with budget constraints and little resources. The Foundation and PSNE realize the importance of preserving and promoting campus newspapers. SEIG provides a forum for student-newspaper journalists to discuss common challenges and concerns.
We invite all Pa student journalists and their newspapers advisers to join the Student Editors’ Interest Group.
To become a member, contact Teresa Shaak at email@example.com
or (717) 703-3003. You will be added to our list serv and to receive updates about activities and opportunities available to members of SEIG.
Member Contact Info
Pa College and University Student Newspapers