Opportunities to gain practical experience working on student media are available to students early in their academic careers, which is a major advantage of TCU's journalism program. Students can gain valuable experience by working in a variety of positions in print and broadcast outlets during the majority of their studies at TCU.
See your name in print. Report on campus and community news for the award-winning TCU Daily Skiff or Image magazine. Be ready when you enter the work force with the skills and the experience you need. Learn layout, design and copy editing, then create a new level of excellence as the editor of one of the student-produced publications.
Or, if you are interested in the broadcast side, you can work for TCU News Now, recognized in 2005 as the nation's best non-daily college news program.
Brand yourself a pro. Create an integrated print, broadcast, Internet and public relations campaign for a major corporation like DaimlerChrysler. Then test your mettle in a national student advertising competition. With a slew of advertising and public relations companies in the area, you’ll have great opportunities for internships.