Student Media Job Board

Student media editors having fun on the job, working on stories at their desks
(Left) TCU alum Joel Anderson, who writes for Buzzfeed, talks with former TCU 360 Executive Editor Clayton Youngman and former Managing Editor Ali Montag.

TCU Student Media gives students an opportunity to explore leadership and storytelling through the framework of journalism.

TCU Student Media is responsible for three online sites: TCU360.com, the109.org and politifrog.com, as well as the weekly newspaper, The Skiff. Students enrolled in skills classes, such as Reporting, Multimedia and Newscast contribute content to the sites and the newspaper, but student volunteers from any major can also produce content for publication.

Students are encouraged to explore various media platforms and digital tools while gaining experience that will help them in the studies at TCU and in professional media.

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Student editors are selected every semester to guide the organization. These paid positions are leadership positions that allow students create a vision for how news content should be developed and displayed. Student editors are expected to contribute across platforms as writers and editors.

The executive editor of TCU360, as well as the editors of the109.org, politifrog.com and Skiffx360 work in concert with student media advisers as needed, but all are expected to make day-to-day and long-range publishing decisions for his or her respective organization.

Need more information? Contact Jean Marie Brown.