Early career straight-talk: A Q&A on all things jobs and internships

  • Event: 2019 CAR Conference
  • Speakers: Alex Duner of Axios; Brett Murphy of USA TODAY Network; Taeler De Haes of WEWS-Cleveland
  • Date/Time: Sunday, Mar. 10 at 9:00am
  • Location: Salon A&B
  • Audio file: No audio file available.

Do you have questions on how to break into the field, get an internship, or land a job? Simple or impolite ones that you couldn’t ask a boss or hiring manager/editor? Questions about newsroom “culture” or how to network or interview for a job? Get honest advice and input from journalists who once had the same questions you have now. We’re trying to create an informal panel discussion — and encouraging people with hiring power not to attend. Come with your questions, or submit them in advance anonymously: bit.ly/2tl6gY8

Speaker Bios

  • Taeler De Haes is an investigative reporter at ABC 5 in Cleveland. She is a proud Mizzou Tiger and Texan. Aside from serving as a watchdog in The Land, Taeler loves all things fitness. She is a bodybuilder, powerlifter and group fitness instructor. 

  • Alex Duner is a front-end developer at Axios where he builds news products. He previously interned at the Texas Tribune, The New York Times, and BuzzFeed. Alex graduated from Northwestern University, where he was also a fellow at the Knight Lab. @asduner

  • Brett Murphy (@brettmmurphy) is a reporter on USA Today’s investigations desk. He’s also an adjunct journalism professor at George Washington University. Murphy co-founded Local Matters, a weekly newsletter curating the best local investigative reporting around the country. Murphy has won numerous journalism awards and was a 2018 Pulitzer finalist for his series on worker exploitation in the port trucking industry. He is based in Washington, D.C.

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