Canada’s own Phil Pallen, a recent UWO grad, placed in the top 50 for Charlie Sheen’s Tiger Blood Internship. Phil has decided to put his social media expertise to the test as an intern in Hollywood for a media giant instead of waiting for the results.
Jerilyn is a recent journalism grad who is looking for meaningful work in her field. However, as many of you know from personal experience, writing for a living can be tough. She has a lot of the right experience under her belt—she has interned with CBC News in Montreal and writes weekly for Examiner.com—but she wanted some extra help with interviewing.
Ken Yan, a freelance photographer and photography student at The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University, enrolled in continuing education classes to change career directions after a few years in other fields.
After 12 gruelling months of late nights, stacks of notepads, hours of audio tape, and an unhealthy amount of coffee and greasy pizza, I’ve finally completed the Master of Arts in Journalism program at the University of Western Ontario.
When I was elected as vice-president of communications for the McGill International Student Network (MISN), I was told that my role would be akin to a part-time job. In reality, my role was so much more.