North Texas Daily editor-in-chief guide to submit application by email. Please read and follow all instructions. All applications submitted via email to the Student Media Committee Chair as described below.
Candidates for editor in chief shall normally be undergraduate students selected on the basis of ability and qualifications and without regard for gender, race, religion or sexual orientation, in keeping with UNT EEO policies on non-discrimination.

Applicants for editor shall submit a resume, a letter of application, and two letters of recommendation to the Chair of the Student Media Committee. One recommendation letter shall be from a faculty member and one recommendation letter from a faculty, staff member, or professional journalist outside of the North Texas Daily.

Please do not apply via this link, compose and gather all documents required for your application as listed below and submit them in one file via email to Jay Allison, Chair of Student Media Committee.

Send file to: Jay.Allison@unt.edu no later than 5 PM Friday, April 6th, 2018 to be considered for editor-in-chief.

Selection Committee meets on Friday, April 13th 2018 beginning at 1:00 p.m. for interviews by appointment.

Submitted via email. Please follow instructions below.
Please do not submit application through this form. This is for informational purposes only.
Compile your application together into one file and submit via email your application letter and recommendation letters to: Jay Allison, Chair of Student Media Committee: Jay.Allison@unt.edu
Deadline for application is 5 PM Friday, April 6th, 2018.
Please compose an application letter. This letter must have four parts. Please read all instructions for each part below and include all information requested. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered by the Student Media Committee.
Paragraph 1:
State why you want to be editor in chief and cite any specific plans you have for the newspaper (coverage, content, staff selection or organization, etc.) You should include your ideas and philosophy about the role of the campus newspaper and what unique ability or insights you would bring to the publication.
Paragraph 2:
Identify and discuss any academic work you believe helps qualify you for the position.
Paragraph 3:
Cite and discuss any practical work experience, on-campus or off-campus, you believe helps qualify you for the position.
Paragraph 4: Complete by answering the following four questions.
1. What newspapers do you read on a regular basis? Why?
2. What efforts would you make to ensure that all campus populations are covered adequately?
3. What is the difference between diversity and tokenism? What would you do to make sure that tokenism is not substituted for diversity?
4. Why do you want to be a journalist?
Once the application letter is complete - please do the following:
Compile all documents into one by attaching your application letter as instructed above along with (1) a resume and (2) two reference letters.

One recommendation letter shall be from a faculty member and one recommendation letter from a faculty member, staff member, or professional journalist outside of the North Texas Daily.

EMAIL the combined application along with your resume and letters of recommendation to:
Dr. Jay Allison jay.allison@unt.edu, Chair of the Student Media Committee.

The Student Media Committee will not consider incomplete and/or late applications.
Applicants must be available to meet with the Student Media Committee for an interview on or around the first week of November. A formal invitation for interview will be given once all applications have been received.

Application must be received by 5 PM on Friday, April 6th, 2018 via email to Jay.Allison@unt.edu

Interviews with the Student Media Committee are by appointment and begin at 1 PM on Friday, April 13th, 2018

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