Daily Cal Fall 2021 application workshop
Hi, thank you for your interest in The Daily Californian! Please fill out this form so we can let you into the workshop.
Reminder, this workshop will take place on Sept. 16 (Thursday) at 7 p.m.
The Daily Californian is recruiting for Fall 2021!
Interested, but intimidated by the application? Come to our Application Workshop!
Utilizing advice from editors, managers and staff, this workshop will help demystify the application! The workshop will offer hands-on assistance building a solid application, as well as introduce you to some of our amazing staff! We want you on our team, and this workshop is created to help you get there.
The Daily Cal is a student-run newspaper that has served as Berkeley’s paper of record for nearly 150 years and trains students in areas of journalism, business, technology, and other professional industries. Joining our 300+ person staff is the best way to join an amazing community of content creators, business leaders, and programmers.
With more than 25 types of positions available, the Daily Cal provides the skills and resources you need to be competitive in post-college jobs. Our staff members have secured top internship opportunities, and our graduating staff have found employment with leading companies.
The Daily Cal is routinely recognized as one of the top college newspapers in the United States, winning both statewide and national awards each year. We’ve been recognized with more than 40 awards, including 20 first-place awards, within the last two years.
For general information on The Daily Californian, available positions and the application, come to our info sessions to hear from editors and business/technology managers about these opportunities.
Business/tech info session: Tuesday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. and Monday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m.
Editorial info session: Monday, Sept. 6 at 7 p.m. and Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m.
Applications are due Friday, Sept. 17 at 11:59 p.m. Send yours in at
Questions? Ask the Daily Cal’s editors and managers at our info session, or email our hiring managers at
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