How Centre for Journalism students covered election night counts in Kent's constituencies, as told by Storify.
Exams haven't even started and two of our BA 3rd years students have already secured themselves a job. Jade Edwards and Cecily Snowball join the likes of Sara Malm and Clarissa Place by getting a job before graduation. #SoMuchWin
Jade Edwards will be the Centre's latest contribution to the KM group and will join the team at the Gravesend office, where MA grad Ben Kennedy is already well established.
I know some of you are combining a bit of job hunting mid-revision (KEEP REVISING!) so here are some tools to help. I made this twitter list with useful accounts to follow who post frequent journalism jobs. You can simply subscribe to the list and make sure you check it every once in a while.
Also keep an eye on our @CfjKent because some wizard manages that and constantly tweets fabulous jobs.
Have you borrowed Kit 18 recently? Missing a set of house keys with an adorable (yet a bit dirty) owl and a purple ribbon on them?
Anastasia's got them.
Hope you haven't been locked out of your house for the last 50 billion years.
Department of Lost and Found
To add yet another social network that you have to keep up with, CFJ is NOW ON LINKEDIN!!!!
If you don't know how LinkedIn works, let me tell you that your future employers do. I've got numerous job offers through LinkedIn where media companies look at your work experience, your education and the number of people in their professional network connected to you to verify if you've really worked where you say you have.
Add the Centre for Journalism to your LinkedIn profile so that when people look you up it will also show them other people who work/study at CFJ. #InstantCred