Centre for Journalism graduate Lucy Ross-Millar (BA Hons, 2011) has completed a six month, 5868 mile cycle challenge from Vietnam to Nepal. Lucy, who worked after graduation for the Society of Editors and then as a reporter for Cambidge News, undertook the challenge with her partner Ryan Graver in a bid to raise money for the Mines Advisory Group (MAG). MAG works to reclaim contaminated land following the Vietnam War and creates safe conditions for development in the region. Lucy has blogged on her experiences throughout the expedition.
Cavendish Press is a news agency which writes and sells stories to many national newspapers.Based at Media City in Salford Quays, it is looking for an NCTJ trained reporter to replace an employee who has moved to a job at the Daily Mail. This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious CfJ graduate who really wants to make it in national newspapers.
Barrie Jones, Editorial Director of North Wales News, has several vacancies at his newspapers. Barrie would particualrly like to hear from 3rd year and MA students who have passed the NCTJ Diploma or are on course to complete it soon. Please make yourself familiar with NWN's stable which includes
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After a tough round of interviews in Sky's Westminster newsroom - and one of the most gruelling tests in the history of the competition - Sarah Boast emerged today as winner of the 2016 Sky Bob Friend Scholarship. Our huge congratulations to Sarah and to the superb runners up: Duarte; George; Lauren and Lucy. The panel were greatly impressed by all the shortlisted candidates. You are excellent ambassadors for the Centre for Journalism. Everyone in the Centre will come together to celebrate Sarah's achievement at the Sky Bob Friend Lecture in the Dockyard Church on 3 March. This year's lecturer is Faisal Islam, Political Editor of Sky News. Before he speaks, Faisal will help his Sky News colleague, Peter Diapre, to present Sarah with her scholarship. This summer, Sarah will enjoy a four week, fully-funded internship at Sky News.