What Our Graduates are Doing

  • Jonathan Carlson '03 works as a television reporter at WBBH-TV, Channel 2 in Fort Myers, Fla.
  • Ben Handelman '07 is a reporter and weekend anchor at WICD-TV in Champaign, Ill.
  • Alexandria Hoff '10 is a VJ (video journalist) at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Md.
  • Eric Jackson '04 is an associate producer for "The Today Show" on NBC.
  • Brian Kelly '99 is a college sports editor for ESPN.com.
  • Carrie Maltese '98 is staffing manager for NBC Universal.
  • Jason Oksenhendler '99 is a financial editor for Standard & Poor's, a leading financial company.
  • Max Winitz '07 is a reporter and weekend anchor at WECT-TV in Wilmington, N.C.

"Thanks to the training I received at Quinnipiac, I obtained a full-time position in online journalism within a week of graduation. Employers seek skills such as those provided by the journalism program at Quinnipiac, and this program continues to meet and surpass their expectations."
-- Nancy Hall '06, Web producer, New Haven Register

"Accessibility. Hands on. That's what sets Quinnipiac's journalism department apart. From TV to radio, newspaper, or electronic media, every journalistic outlet is available and is taught by experienced professionals who have been there and who have done that. Nothing is more powerful than walking into your first interview and telling a news director 'I have done that before.'"
-- Eric Yutzy '02, weekend sports anchor for WTVF-5, Nashville CBS affiliate

"During my senior year, I made some connections through an ESPN rep I had met at a Quinnipiac job fair. I applied, and shortly after graduation, ESPN hired me. I've been with the company since, learning new things in this ever-evolving world of sports journalism."
-- Jill Bouffard '01, production coordinator for ESPN

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