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Washburn Student Media, which includes the Kaw Yearbook, Bod magazine and the Washburn Review, is always looking for enthusiastic students who want to work for us. The following is a list of positions currently available.

To find open positions specific to Student Media, select “Review” as the department when searching within People Admin.

Available Positions (updated Oct. 26, 2020):

Basic position descriptions and responsibilities:

Bod Mag Reporter – Investigate, observe, interview and write stories for the Bod Magazine. Assignment topics will vary.

Copy Editor  – Responsible for looking over pages for spelling, grammar, voice and design elements. The copy-editing team is responsible for reviewing the Bod Magazine, Kaw Yearbook and the Washburn Review. Must be available a minimum of 8 hours a week.

Features Reporter – Investigate, observe, interview and write stories about media, theatre and dance, visual arts, music, health, environment, science/tech, money, food, classes, reviews, previews, etc. These stories will focus mainly on the interests of the Washburn community though some other stories will be considered relevant.

News Reporter – Investigate, observe, interview and write these types of stories: Events/meetings, Investigative pieces, Administration, Crime and safety, City/Community, Faculty/Staff, WSGA, Race/Ethnicity, Religion, Politics, International, Parking, Facilities, Economy, WU Law, etc. These stories will focus mainly on the interests of the Washburn community though some other stories will be considered relevant.

Podcaster – Investigate, observe, interview and write stories that will then be recorded and broadcast as a podcast. Their assignments will focus mainly on Washburn although assignments that have relevance or entertainment value will be considered.

Videographer – Videographer focuses on taking video at events, scheduled interviews, or other projects; editing the film; and producing a quality video for the online website. No experience with video is needed as long as the applicant is willing to be trained in video shooting, editing, and production. Live-streaming may also be required by the videographer.