* The news desk hires reporters based at each of the four campuses. Full-time reporters are assigned to a beat (such as administration, business, city government, diversity, health/science, police, state government or student life) and expected to write at least three stories per week. Part-time reporters cover general assignments, writing one story per week. Part-time news reporters are unpaid.
* Entertainment writers include those write features on arts and entertainment as well as movie and music reviewers. Entertainment writers generally write one story or review per week and are unpaid.
* Sportswriters cover ASU athletics and club sports and are generally assigned to one or two sports to cover as a beat. Depending on sports schedules, sports reporters write anywhere from one to four stories per week. Both paid and unpaid positions are available on the sports desk.
* Opinion columnists research, report and write columns on issues facing our readership. Columnists generally produce one column per week.
* Staff photographers are needed to shoot assignments on all campuses.
* Positions are available for editorial cartoons and comic strips.
State Press Magazine
* State Press Magazine is printed weekly on Wednesdays and hires students to write features and cover stories.
State Press Television
Don’t wait until you’re a senior to get on-air or production experience. Freshmen are welcome as volunteers; more experienced students can obtain paid staff positions in leadership roles. State Press TV programs are broadcast via closed-circuit cable to all residence halls, the Memorial Union and the Student Recreation Center.
* Leadership roles include general manager, station manager, promotions director, news director, web director and production editor. Positions are paid.
* Volunteer positions are available for producers who develop their own television shows, on-air talent, reporters, videographers and technicians.
You’ll earn a hourly wage and commission on the ads you sell as well as gain invaluable experience in a real-world environment. Training program and mentoring available.
* Student Advertising Manager: Sells advertising as well as oversees all student sales representatives and develops programs for clients. Works closely with a professional advertising manager.
* Student sales representatives: Sells advertising on and off campus, developing new clientele and working with established clients. Customer service is important!
* Marketing Manager: Helps market Student Media products on and off campus. Plans and coordinates events, develops outreach programs and helps distribute products.
You can gain valuable experience producing ads, special products and the daily student newspaper. Day-time and night-time positions available. Software experience required.
* Advertising production: Works with sales representatives to design and expedite the placement of advertisements in the newspaper, special products and on-line. Mostly day-time hours.
* Newspaper production: Does page make-up and design for the front page and inside pages of the newspaper and the State Press magazine. Mostly evening hours.
Student Media occasionally hires students for receptionist and clerical work. For more information on these or any other position, contact Kimberly Moore at 480-965-7572.
ASU Student Media is a equal opportunity employer.