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The NUJ's event for journalists in Ireland left all motivated to pursue careers within the industry.
Students across Ireland are invited to a free, in-person NUJ seminar in Dublin to hear from and network with prominent journalists. Final tickets available.
Work experience can an invaluable way to gain the hands-on experience required to secure that crucial first job. Yet young people need to ensure they are not exposed to months of unpaid exploitation at the hands of ruthless employers enjoying free or cheap labour.
George Viner Memorial Fund scholars – presentation for the charity's 30th anniversary
A wealth of young talent was identified in the NUJ Edinburgh & District branch competition in memory of journalist and author Ian Bell.
Journalism needs black and minority ethnic journalists not just reporting the news, but also shaping the news agenda, the latest recipients of the NUJ's charity the George Viner Memorial Fund were told.
If you’re over 16 and working in student media or on a journalism training course, then the National Union of Journalists is the union for you.
Ruth Addicott explores why some young people leave journalism early.