During the optional fifth-quarter Global Residency, students cover breaking news around the world, from Hong Kong and Jerusalem to London and Mumbai.
Student teams prototype new approaches for news and feature reporting on all platforms, and work with Medill's media partners to take on real challenges.
Students cover national news, posting multimedia stories to the Medill Reports Washington site and providing content to print, broadcast and online clients.
Students find news important to Chicago's diverse communities and publish their multimedia stories on the Medill Reports Chicago website.
Develop polished narrative skills, create new concepts, think like a magazine editor
Learn advanced multimedia skills, dig deep, develop sources, discover stories that matter
Create compelling digital content and manage its delivery via Web and mobile platforms
Learn to shoot, edit and deliver engaging video for news, feature and documentary stories
Graduates leave Medill for a variety of jobs across the country and around the world, doing things like:
The Chicago Newsroom
The Global Residency Program
Medill Faculty Members
The Washington, D.C. Newsroom
"My goal is not just to become a good writer but a powerful writer, and also improve my shooting and storytelling. It’s been a great ride so far. And it’s just starting."
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