Career Services

JOMC Career Services assists School of Journalism and Mass Communication undergraduates and master’s students with every aspect of career preparation. Services include:

  • Appointments and walk-in hours with career counselors in Carroll Hall.
  • Help with crafting a resume, cover letter and portfolio.
  • Resources for locating internships and entry-level jobs, including Careerolina.
  • Workshops targeted to J-school students throughout the academic year.
  • Enrollment in JOMC 393: Mass Communication Practicum for earning one credit during a fall, spring or summer internship. 

J-school students are in demand!

Stay up-to-date on new internship and job leads by following @UNCJCareers and subscribing to the listserv.

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All internships and entry-level positions are also posted on Careerolina.

JOMC Career Services staff

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Jay Eubank

Director, JOMC Career Services
Office location: Carroll 162
Email: jeubank@email.unc.edu
Office phone: 919.962.4518

Schedule an appointment with Jay. Appointments generally last 30 minutes and you may schedule appointments up to two weeks in advance.  Walk-in hours for quick questions are on Mondays from 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.

What our graduates say

"J-school Career Services is awesome! I've gotten internships and prospects from the ListServ."

"Career Services has been very crucial in helping me find jobs and I highly recommend it to anyone else who is job searching."



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Kimberly Summers interned this past fall with the North Carolina Governor's press office helping with media relations and events.
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Kelly Parsons interviews a Washington Redskins fan. Kelly was an intern on the sports desk of The Washington Times in summer 2012.
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Rising senior Johnny Ubri-Cardona interned in New York City at Ogilvy PR in summer 2012.
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Sydney McKinney was a marketing intern with Seventeen magazine in summer 2012.