Want to work for one of the largest college newspapers in the country? Want to work for an organization that has received numerous awards for excellence? Want to get invaluable experience in fields such as journalism, finance, photography, sales, and information systems? If so, then the Minnesota Daily is the right place for you. The Minnesota Daily has been employing students here at the University of Minnesota for over 100 years. The focus of the Minnesota Daily is to provide training and educational experiences for employees, to strive for and promote diversity, and to supply our readers with coverage of news and events affecting the University community.
Since the first Daily was published in 1900, the Daily has grown to become the largest student-written and student-managed newspaper in the nation and the 4th largest newspaper in Minnesota. The Minnesota Daily has a reputation for excellence and many Daily alumni have moved on to well-known organizations including: the Star Tribune, Fallon McElligott, The St. Paul Pioneer Press, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal.
Working at the Daily is one of the best decisions you can make. You will receive relevant experience while working in a fun environment alongside your peers. The Daily's network of alumni and supporters, not to mention its tradition of award-winning success, translates into unparalleled opportunities for professional jobs and internships.
The Daily trains an average of 250 student employees per year in writing, reviewing, editing, photography, finance, sales marketing, creative design, information systems and communications and development.
Click on the position title for a description and to apply online.
|Position||Applications Due By|
|Classified Sales Manager||4:00 PM Tuesday March 31st, 2015|
|Retail Sales Manager||4:00 PM Tuesday March 31st, 2015|
|Customer Service Representative||4:00 PM Friday April 10th, 2015|
|Marketing Director||4:00 PM Thursday April 30th, 2015|
You can subscribe to job openings, and receive an email when positions are opened.