Our open staff application for fall 2020 is now closed. Stay tuned for further updates on opportunities to apply for The Eagle closer to the end of the fall 2020 semester. If you would like to see what the application requires, click here to view the requirements.
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Any AU student, including graduate, law and Washington Semester students, are welcome to get involved with The Eagle. Here’s how it works.
At any time, you're welcome to become one of our contributors. That includes bilingual students interested in taking part in our Spanish article initiative, which we hope to launch soon. You’ll produce content for any of The Eagle’s six departments: news, life, sports, opinion, online and multimedia. Prior journalism experience is not required. Each section has weekly pitch meetings. There, you can meet the editors, pick up an assignment and get started. It’s a small time commitment and you can start whenever you’d like by attending a pitch meeting.
The Eagle is working to expand our online and multimedia presence, which means we’re always looking for new photographers, graphic designers and videographers.
Full-time staff applications open each November and April (sometimes again in August, too). You’ll be able to apply online at that time. Full-time staff members attend editorial board meetings and news shifts in the office each week, in addition to writing articles, taking photos or other assignments as needed.
Have questions or want more information? You can email our editor-in-chief at email@example.com.
Former Eagle staff members have gone on to prestigious internships and jobs at The Washington Post, Cooking Light, NBC4, NPR, Baltimore Sun Media Group and more.