NYU Journalism Career Fair 2019

NYU Journalism Career Fair 2019


SYLVAN SOLLOWAY: There’s a bunch of students SYLVAN SOLLOWAY: that are ready to meet you. SYLVAN SOLLOWAY: So, are you guys ready to meet NYU talent? (AUDIENCE CHEERS) SIMONE WEICHSELBAUM: I never am disappointed when I come here. MUNA MOUSHIEN: We love NYU, and so we definitely want to make sure we maintain our relationship with the school. JOHN HASKINS: A lot of strong, diverse students JOHN HASKINS: which I was happy to see. JOHN HASKINS: A lot of energy JOHN HASKINS: around really wanting to do journalism
and write and tell stories. BENJAMIN TETTEH: I think it was an amazing fair. BENJAMIN TETTEH: First of
all, all the great media outlets were here. BENJAMIN TETTEH: So, I ended up jumping from table to table, from The Wall Street Journal to NPR BENJAMIN TETTEH: to AP to CNN. BENJAMIN TETTEH: I wish there was more time, actually. JASMIN BARMORE: I would definitely suggest — get here early. JASMIN BARMORE: I mean, if it starts at 11, be here at 10:50 JASMIN BARMORE: Because, they don’t rush you at the table. JASMIN BARMORE: And you want to be able to sit and have genuine, candid conversation. AUTUMN CALICA: Everybody that I spoke with today really engaged and felt like they enjoyed the conversation AUTUMN CALICA: with me so I appreciate that. DIAMOND NAGA SIU: It’s been really good DIAMOND NAGA SIU: People were very, very friendly at the tables that I went to. CAMERON FACHMAN: It’s amazing. Oh my god. Like, the fact that we have so many different people here CAMERON FACHMAN: and so many different representatives. It’s really cool. CAMERON FACHMAN: to be talking to The New York Times at one minute and turn around CAMERON FACHMAN: and oh, there’s the Wall Street Journal. I mean that’s…you
couldn’t ask for anything more than that. CAMERON FACHMAN: So, I’m really happy about that. CHRIS KAUFMAN: You always give us the opportunity to see some of the best journalists coming CHRIS KAUFMAN: so it’s always great to come. HOLLY OJALVO: Well, they really love to tell stories, and they really are focused on their own skills HOLLY OJALVO: and how their own skills match the market. So, they’re really very aware. NICHOLAS BROWN: I’m genuinely going to be a bit overwhelmed…trying to narrow down the folks that NICHOLAS BROWN: I think are good fits because there were more than I expected there to be.

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