Submitted by Martha Brock on Mon, 02/04/2013 - 5:38pm
The Institute of Political Leadership and N.C. Center for Voter Education today announced the creation of the Collegiate Political Leadership Program (CPLP), designed to empower North Carolina’s future political and community leaders.
The Collegiate Political Leadership Program will bring undergraduate students of diverse backgrounds from across the state to the campus of William Peace University in Raleigh for a rigorous program from May 19-24. The leadership program is open to any student currently enrolled in a North Carolina college, university or community college. The application process opened today and students can apply online at www.iopl.org by March 15 for consideration in the program.
Submitted by Martha Brock on Fri, 04/29/2011 - 6:58pm
"For a while now, experts have classified the journalism major as the one of the more useless college majors in the nation. Last year, online slide shows from national publications ranked journalism high among the worst majors for graduating college seniors.
Indeed, better college writers in Arkansas universities go on and find writing careers in the newspaper industry after graduation. There are more than sixty newspapers in the state which leaves plenty of options for writers seeking real world journalism writing experience. But do college reared writers have an edge over experienced writers and reporters?
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