Welcome to the Virtual Event

The Career Expo showcases the wide range of news organizations operating today – from legacy media to digital startups and national, local, and hyperlocal outlets, general news, single-issue/topic-focused and investigative websites producing content in a variety of media including text, video, photo, audio, and data visualizations.


March 25, 2023 09:00

GZero Media

March 25, 2023 10:00


March 25, 2023 11:00

Mother Jones

March 25, 2023 12:00

New York Daily News

March 25, 2023 12:45

John Haskins, Dean of Student Affairs

March 25, 2023 13:00

Vox Media

March 25, 2023 14:00

PBS NewsHour

March 27, 2023 09:00

Bloomberg News

March 27, 2023 10:00

The New York Times (Investigative Journalism)

March 27, 2023 11:00

Report for America

March 27, 2023 12:00

The New York Times (Business Journalism)

March 27, 2023 12:45

Dean Jelani Cobb, Dean, Columbia Journalism School

March 27, 2023 13:00

The Associated Press

March 27, 2023 13:35

CBC News

March 27, 2023 14:00


March 27, 2023 15:00

Financial Times

March 27, 2023 16:00

LA Times

March 27, 2023 17:00


March 27, 2023 18:00

Hubbard Broadcasting

March 27, 2023 19:00

The Wall Street Journal


Employers seek candidates to cover a range of subject areas. Companies that attend the Expo are seeking to fill:

  • Full-time positions
  • Part-time positions
  • Paid Fellowships
  • Paid Internships
  • Freelance, contract and stringer positions
  • Freelance assignments


The Career Expo is open exclusively to graduating students at Columbia Journalism School. Among the degree candidates you will meet at the Career Expo:

Companies attending Career Expo 2023


A virtual job fair is an online event that takes place on a specific day and time to allow employers and job seekers to interact in a virtual environment, using chat rooms and other web-based tools to converse and exchange information. Each company has its own booth, and you can virtually visit each one of them to find job openings prior to and during the event. Employers can also schedule live webinars and roundtable conversations during the event.
This event will be held online on Saturday, March 25, 2023 - 9am-5pm EST and on Monday, March 27, 2023 - 9am-8pm EST
We understand your schedule may not allow you to attend the live event. Real-time interactions with company representatives are only available during the posted event hours. However, after the event ends, the Virtual Job & Internship Fair website will remain open for 30 days, which will allow you to view company information and leave offline messages for company contacts.
Yes! We have encouraged companies to be online as much of the event as possible, but times may vary based on representatives’ availability. We encourage student attendees to dedicate a specific time period to attending the fair but if you need to leave for a while and come back, that’s okay! Make sure to keep track of any scheduled chat times with specific companies.
No, you do not need to download or install any software to participate. You only need to have access to the internet.
Yes, the Virtual Job Fair event ‘doors’ will open to students on March 20,2023. At that time, students can explore the platform and make edits to their profiles.
With a bit of preparation, anyone can be a virtual job & internship fair ROCKSTAR! Update your LinkedIn, practice your elevator pitch, complete your profile and upload your resume, and research participating companies.
Yes, information you share during registration is accessible online by these companies for 30 days following the event and via an Excel file beyond 30 days, including the option to export or view electronic resumes (if you choose to upload yours).

Office of Career Development, Columbia Journalism School

Pulitzer Hall, MC3801, Columbia Journalism School, Columbia University

2950 Broadway New York, NY 10027

212-854-4422 | cujcareers@columbia.edu