WooEB teams up with Journalism Students from The Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication
WooEB.com has officially invited Journalism Students from The Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication in Athens, Georgia to be contributing writers on our staff through our intern program.
Atlanta 10/26/2010 12:53 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)
WooEB.com has officially invited Journalism Students from The Grady
College of Journalism and Mass Communication in Athens, Georgia to be
contributing writers on our staff through our intern program.
The Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, part of the
University of Georgia, has approximately 1700 students. The intern
program provides each Journalism student the ability to write about
current events in over 20 news categories including Business, Politics,
Entertainment, Sports, Education, Science & Technology, Law, World,
Music and Movies. Each contributing writer that covers at least two
stories per day will be eligible for inclusion on our Editorial page and
upon acceptance be included as a contributing writer.
With the partnership with WooEB Students can also create their WooEB
member account and promote themselves as well as have each one of their
articles displayed within their WooEB profile under their “News” tab.
Students will be able to share their news stories on social networking
sites including Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. This will assist the
students in developing a following from an existing audience on a daily
Bradd Schlosser Intern Coordinator stated " "Wooeb is proud to have the opportunity to work with the students of
Grady College at UGA. We look forward to offering students a valuable
work experience through our internships, while increasing our presence
in the UGA and Athens community over the coming weeks, months, and
In addition to international and national news stories students can
cover topics in the local community including: UGA Football, Basketball,
Baseball as well as all other Bulldog Sports; Music reviews,
interviews, performances, etc.; restaurant and club reviews and more.
With the news program Journalism Students can now gain experience
covering current news stories while gaining popularity by having their
news stories published.
WooEB 1 404 443 3224
Bradd Schlosser 1 404 357 0794