The Journalism and Public Affairs Master’s program at SOC has always taken an innovative approach to journalism, and some of its stars, like Claritza Jimenez, MA ’10, are using their education to a forge new career paths.
SOC alumna Haneen Al-Ghabra has used her education to create a space for women as equal partners in the Arab world, and says that communication is a vital industry in society, particularly in her native Kuwait.
When Jack Diamond of the “Jack Diamond Morning Show” asked then-intern Aly Jacobs ’07 to provide dating tips on-air during his show, she had no idea that it would be the start of her dream job.
With help from Twitter, Angie Lewis, SOC/BA '12, is turning heads in the world of sports journalism.
Renato Perez, SOC/MA ’10, credits the Producing for Film and Video weekend program with preparing him for the business and administrative side of his job as manager of the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Media Production Unit.
Shefali Vyas, MA ‘10, had four job offers when she graduated—in a recession. What was her secret?