March 2017

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Lawrence Ingrassia to receive SABEW’s 2017 Distinguished Achievement Award

Lawrence Ingrassia, managing editor of the Los Angeles Times, will receive the Society of American Business Editors and Writers’ highest honor, its Distinguished Achievement Award, for 2017. The award is given to an individual who has made a significant impact on the field of business journalism and who has served as a nurturing influence on others in the profession. Ingrassia will accept ...[Read More]
Friday, March 10th, 2017

Money Reporter at South Florida Business Journal

South Florida Business Journal, the award-winning business news leader, is looking for a Money reporter. As a reporter in one of the hottest markets in the country, you will be responsible for quality coverage across all platforms. We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic reporter to establish himself/herself as the go-to source on banking, personal wealth and finance, private equity and insurance. Our ...[Read More]
Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Training – Fighting Fake News

The digital transformation that is reshaping the news business introduced yet another new challenge: fake news. SABEW’s March training session will feature a panel of experts assembled to address this issue. They’ll talk about fact checking, what respected news organizations are doing to respond to fake news, and what this phenomenon means for the future of business journalism. Monday, March ...[Read More]
Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Reporter – Commercial Real Estate for Crain’s Chicago Business

Top 3 Reasons to Apply: The beat. Commercial real estate news is essential to Crain's business readers, providing everything from transactional sales leads to a deep understanding of the Chicago economy. Our coverage is read by paid subscribers. The colleagues. Crain's is a collegial place, where reporters and editors work together. Reporters also are experts in their fields, and the editors ...[Read More]
Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Tech Reporter for Advertising Age

Description: This reporter will cover the rapidly expanding beat of marketing technology and ad technology.   The tech reporter will report news and features on the marketing tech beat, writing stories for the Ad Age website and the print publication.  Reporter will be charged with diving into how digital technologies are transforming the buying, selling and placement of advertising and explaining ...[Read More]

February 2017

Friday, February 24th, 2017

Financial Writer/Editor for Karma

Description: We are seeking a part-time or freelance business/finance writer with an interest in mission-driven and impact investing. The role will include writing original and re-posted content. Qualifications: Experience with the social impact space is helpful, but not required; however, a strong business writing background for both institutional and retail audiences is essential. How to Apply: ...[Read More]
Friday, February 17th, 2017

Executive Communications Coordinator and Speechwriter for SEIU International

SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Job Title: Executive Communication Coordinator and Speechwriter Grade: E Location: Washington, D.C. Purpose: The Executive Communications Coordinator and Speechwriter serves as a member of the SEIU communications team and is primarily responsible for writing major addresses, brief remarks, talking points and internal communications for the International ...[Read More]
Friday, February 17th, 2017

Mark Hamrick to be next SABEW president

Feb. 17, 2017 – Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst and Washington bureau chief of Bankrate.com, has been named vice president of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, the largest association of business journalists. Hamrick, who began serving as SABEW treasurer last year, will take over as president at the conclusion of the organization’s 2017 spring conference, which ...[Read More]

January 2017

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Watching the Little Things Can Be Essential to College Student Budgeting

By Casey Williams Managing the often routine expenses can pay off for college students on a budget. Ann Woodyard, an assistant professor of financial planning, housing and consumer economics at the University of Georgia, said simply saving money on gas can make a difference.   She said students can look for ways to cut down on their gas usage by using public transportation or using something ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: College Students Lack Training in Financial Literacy

By Shannon Duffy Nearing graduation, Caskey Dyer feels optimistic about his post-graduation job options. Dyer’s education in international affairs at the University of Georgia has equipped him to intern with Georgia Rep. Park Cannon, work as a teacher’s assistant and publish work on housing inequality. Yet, his high school and college courses left one glaring gap in Dyer’s education: financial ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: How to Survive on a Graduate Student Budget

By Ryan Kor As a first-year master’s student freshly off of my parents’ payroll, the only thing tougher than graduate coursework is figuring out how to manage my personal finances. I constantly have to monitor my spending to ensure that I can pay for essential expenses. Although living on such a tight budget is stressful, it is possible for graduate students to finish school with minimal ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Financial Savvy Needed When Entering the Working World

By Russell Vandiver College is a time in life to grow personally and to learn skills that will help establish a career. Although college graduates leave with greater knowledge in their chosen major, they often lack significant training that will prepare them for the financial decisions they will confront. John Taylor, a recent recipient of undergraduate and graduate degrees in accounting at the ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Student Loan Debt Not Only Factor in Millennials Delaying Homeownership

By Rakel Johnson College comes at a hefty price. It’s no surprise that many students take out thousands in loans to afford their education, and many graduate with a large amount of debt. With higher student debt amounts comes the lowest homeownership rate among young adults in decades. Homeownership is being delayed, and economists often attribute this to the rise in student debt. However, ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Savings Can Make College Less Affordable for Some Families

By Nathaniel Berg For parents of prospective college students, it’s important to plan ahead financially. And while conventional logic would suggest that saving money is the best way to prepare for your child’s higher education, a professor in the University of Georgia College of Family and Consumer Sciences said that is not always the case. According to Patryk Babiarz, the algorithm responsible ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: UGA Finance Students Provide Free Tax Filing Through Community Outreach Program

By Nathan Hutto The University of Georgia gives back to its Athens community in many ways, but one service gains special attention every spring: finance students provide free tax filing and financial advice. Lance Palmer, associate professor of financial planning, housing and consumer economics, oversees a program that involves about 80 undergraduate students and 20 graduate students deployed ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: College Students Advised to Start Saving Early

By Nate Harris Though some college student may work part-time jobs during school, for many, their first job outside college is their first steady flow of sizeable income. It's also when many face a plethora of personal expenses, from rent and utilities to food and gas. Some might also enter the professional world with thousands in student loan debt. Yet, despite the struggle many might face of ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Mortgages and homeownership could benefit some students over apartment rentals in the long-run

By Lindsey Conway For most college students, homeownership is not at the top of the to-do list. But Ashley Panter, who has owned two homes since graduating with her bachelor’s degree in public relations from Augusta University in 2012, said more should consider it. “The reason I bought a home was just the affordability of it compared to renting,” said the current University of Georgia ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Financial Planning: Save Now or Pay Later

By Killian Wyatt Never before have people had to make so many financial decisions on their own. Most college students aren’t prepared for these choices, but they can take steps now to secure a solid financial future. “Financial planning is not just for old people,” said Duncan Williams, an assistant clinical professor who teaches financial planning at the University of Georgia. The increasing ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Students Need to Adapt to Budgeting in College

By John Hammel Getting used to harder classes, making new friends and learning to live with a roommate are all reasons why many students find it hard to adapt to their first year of college. Another reason often overlooked is managing money. Students who come from middle class backgrounds in which their parents are at their peak income levels often find it difficult to adapt to college life which ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Many students have debt; few understand their credit score

By Harrison Young In the age of rising costs of attendance and omnipresent student loan debt, few students graduate from college without developing their credit. But more often than not those students have little or no idea of how to properly manage credit, and misinformation leads many to unneeded worry and unwanted frustration. Callie Hagerman, a sophomore from Alexandria, Virginia, came ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Financial Satisfaction a Result of Strong Financial Behavior

By Gracie Thompson Strong financial behaviors are more important than a base of financial knowledge when it comes to a person’s overall financial satisfaction. Ann Woodyard, an assistant professor in financial planning, housing, and consumer economics at the University of Georgia said, “What you do has a much greater impact than what you know or how you feel when it comes to personal financial ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Students should confront their money through budgeting

By Chelsey Shirley For many, college is four years of great adventure, growth and learning. It can also be a time when parents begin to wean their children off of their ‘payroll’ to allow their now young adults the time to practice what is known as ‘adulting.’ Ryan Brock, 20, a junior psychology and criminal justice double major at the University of Georgia, began practicing budgeting ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Unfamiliar Surroundings Can Make Housing Search Difficult Without Thorough Research

By Casie Wilson Angel Hogg, a 3rd year pre-veterinary student at the University of Georgia, is searching for a home in Athens, Georgia. While juggling the challenges all young adults face when house-hunting for the first time on their own— from managing credit to contacting the right realtors— Hogg also faces a problem familiar to non-Athens natives: the outsider perspective. Originally from ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Some College Students Can Qualify for Government Support to Meet Basic Needs

By Brittany Johnson The cost of living in college is costly. Students are responsible for tuition, textbooks, rent, and other miscellaneous bills that can make paying for food seem like an option, rather a necessity. Ariel Mallory, a senior digital and broadcast journalism major at the University of Georgia, said she participates in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP), despite ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Stress Can Hinder College Students’ Performance

By Andrew Fisher College tends to inflict a great deal of stress onto students, but many people do not understand the extent of it.   High levels of stress hinder learning, memory, immune function and more.  Being able to acknowledge stress can help students get a head start on managing it. Most college students must learn how to live on their own for the first time in their lives, a process ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

College Connect: Lack of Affordable Housing Can Negatively Affect College Students

By Amy Libby College students living off campus often grapple with few housing options and poor housing conditions. Students shouldering heavy course loads that don’t allow for full-time employment are limited by scarce affordable housing options within their budget. Nhia Vang, a senior in the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia, said he has struggled to find housing within ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

Managing Editor for The Business Observer

Do you get inspired by a compelling story about a rags-to-riches entrepreneur? How about the story of a woman who bought a failing company and turned it into a rousing success? Do you believe in the virtues of capitalism? Do you get satisfaction out of steering a team of reporters to produce a 20-page special section on a region’s 40-under-40 up-and-comers? Or how about good, nuts-and-bolts, ...[Read More]
Friday, January 27th, 2017

Editor for Chief Investment Officer Magazine

Chief Investment Officer magazine covers news and strategy for asset owners of some of the largest funds in the world. We're looking for two new editors to join our team. Finance knowledge mandatory, web newsletter experience, covering institutional investing a big plus. Fast paced office, able to produce 2 stories a day, and weekly enterprise piece. On site, New York, NY. Qualifications: Journalist, ...[Read More]
Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Senior Business Writer for Honolulu Civil Beat

Honolulu Civil Beat is looking for a reporter to cover Hawaii's business community who will take an innovative approach to exploring fundamental issues that affect business and the economy in this isolated island state. This is primarily an enterprise and investigative job that requires excellent news judgment, sharp writing and analytical skills. Experience with data reporting is a plus. This is a ...[Read More]
Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Business Reporter for Rivard Report

Editors at the nonprofit Rivard Report are seeking an experienced, full-time business reporter for our 5-year-old digital media hyperlocal. The reporter will cover the city's major corporations and employers, the growing technology and cybersecurity sector, an expanding startup scene, and economic development. We are looking for a strong storyteller with a knack for profiling individuals making ...[Read More]
Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

Jan. 27: Call for Sessions Deadline

Have an idea for a session at SABEW17? Let us know! The SABEW17 conference in Seattle on April 27-29 is themed around the future of business news, with a focus on the tools, platforms and business models today's journalists need to more effectively do their jobs. We are looking for proposals and ideas for innovative, timely, and dynamic sessions for SABEW17. If you would be willing to produce ...[Read More]
Friday, January 13th, 2017

Reporter for Nashville Business Journal

The Nashville Business Journal is seeking seeking talented, aggressive and curious applicants for a critical role: the opportunity to cover the single-most important industry in a major metropolitan city experiencing unprecedented growth. Nashville is home to the country’s two largest hospital companies — HCA and Community Health Systems — and a whole ecosystem of companies that strive to do ...[Read More]
Thursday, January 12th, 2017

Reporter for Albuquerque Business First

Albuquerque Business First is looking for an ambitious and social-media-savvy scoophound who will thrive in our breaking news culture. That person will join an award-winning staff that’s constantly experimenting with new ways to engage readers. This person will cover real estate and retail. These are two of our most highly-read beats, and our audience expects to read must-know real estate and retail ...[Read More]
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

Freelance Writer for Chief Investment Officer Magazine

Chief Investment Officer magazine is looking for a Freelance Writer with pension funds and asset owners experience.  Are you experienced at covering pension funds, filings, chief investment officer and asset owner issues? Chief Investment Officer magazine is looking for a journalist able to do deep industry dives. This newly-created position works with the East Coast office. To apply, send email ...[Read More]
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

Reporter for Advertising Age

Advertising Age, the leading global source of news, intelligence and conversation for the marketing and media community, is looking for a reporter to cover the media-agency beat. This reporter will be charged with one of the most crucial beats for Ad Age readers. We are looking for a reporter able to dig up news, not to aggregate links or rewrite press releases. Required experience: 5 + years ...[Read More]
Monday, January 9th, 2017

Reporter, Healthcare News for S&P Global Market Intelligence

S&P Global Market Intelligence is seeking enterprising journalists to cover financial, operational and regulatory news related to the healthcare industry.  We have open positions in both our Charlottesville, VA and Arlington, VA newsrooms. On a day-to-day basis, our reporters combine spot reporting on breaking news with crafting proprietary stories on key industry developments and trends. In ...[Read More]
Friday, January 6th, 2017

Reporter, Consumer/Retail News for S&P Global Market Intelligence

S&P Global Market Intelligence is seeking a reporter for our Charlottesville office who can deliver thought-provoking, insightful news and features related to the retail sector. On a day-to-day basis, our reporters write about breaking news in the sector and craft proprietary stories on major corporate developments and trends. In addition, reporters provide on-the-ground coverage of hearings, shareholder ...[Read More]
Friday, January 6th, 2017

Head of Consumer/Retail News at S&P Global Market Intelligence

S&P Global Market Intelligence Head of Consumer/Retail News Full Time Region: East Coast Application Deadline: Open S&P Global Market Intelligence is seeking a reporter for our Charlottesville office who can deliver thought-provoking, insightful news and features related to the retail sector. On a day-to-day basis, our reporters write about breaking news in the sector and craft ...[Read More]
Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

Web Producer for Pensions & Investments

Pensions & Investments Web producer Full Time Region: East Coast Application Deadline: 1/13/1 Pensions & Investments is seeking a web producer. This is an ideal job for a digitally savvy journalist who has strong news judgment, video editing skills and a knack for optimizing editorial content for the web.  Daily duties include monitoring social media for breaking news, posting ...[Read More]

December 2016

Thursday, December 29th, 2016

Editor for Congressional Budget Office

Congressional Budget Office Editor Full time Region: East Coast/Mid-Atlantic Application Deadline: Although there is no deadline by which to apply, this position may be closed when CBO has received a sufficient number of applications from qualified candidates. The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress ...[Read More]

November 2016

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

Freelance Blogger for Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism

Donald W. Reynolds Center for Business Journalism Freelance Blogger Freelance Region: Telecommute Application Deadline: January 13, 2017 The Reynolds Center is looking for an exceptional writer to contribute weekly blog posts to businessjournalism.org. Posts are designed to help professional business journalists in their day-to-day work, with insights into data bases, localizing national ...[Read More]
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

Jan 31: BIB Deadline for All Entries

The Society of American Business Editors and Writers will open its 2016 Best in Business (BIB) awards contest on Dec. 1. As in past years, the 2016 BIBs have been updated to reflect the rapidly evolving media landscape. Among this year’s new features: All BIBs will be platform agnostic. Entrants will compete based on the size of their newsroom staff, rather than on the size of their ...[Read More]
Monday, November 21st, 2016

Jan. 9-13, 2017: SABEW/Goldschmidt Data Immersion/Government Workshop

The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) has selected 22 business journalists for the 5-day SABEW/Goldschmidt seminar in Washington, D.C., in January that will immerse them in federal, economic, and personal-finance data. Fellows were chosen from a record pool of 43 applicants. Journalists will work with experts at the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, the Census Bureau, the ...[Read More]
Tuesday, November 15th, 2016

Reporter for Pacific Coast Business Times

Pacific Coast Business Times Reporter Santa Barbara, California Full-Time The Pacific Coast Business Times, a weekly business journal covering Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties in California, is looking for a smart, aggressive, experienced reporter to cover real estate, banking, law, nonprofits, biotech, health care and the economy. Applicants should have at least three ...[Read More]
Monday, November 7th, 2016

Additional Ways to Donate:

Corporate Matching Gifts You can double the impact of your gift if your company matches employee contributions.  Please inquire with your employer regarding participation and to obtain the necessary paperwork. Stock Donation If you make an outright gift of stock to SABEW, you will avoid the capital gains tax and receive an income tax deduction for the fair market value of the stock at the time ...[Read More]
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Reporter for Silicon Valley Business Journal

Silicon Valley Business Journal Reporter, Economic Development and Government San Jose, California Full-time The Silicon Valley Business Journal is seeking a reporter who can marry strong traditional journalism skills – source building, sharp news judgment, interviewing prowess, strong analytical and investigative reporting, clear writing, document use – with online and social media know-how. ...[Read More]
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Associate Director of Media Relations for UCLA External Affairs

University of California, Los Angeles Associate Director, Media Relations, UCLA External Affairs Los Angeles, CA Full-time UCLA Communications & Public Outreach (UCOMM) increases awareness, understanding and support of UCLA's vision, mission and accomplishments among its many constituencies. UCOMM employs community outreach and visibility strategies to cultivate increased recognition and ...[Read More]

October 2016

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Business Reporting Internship at Chicago Public Media

Chicago Public Media Business Reporting Internship Chicago, IL Part-time Chicago Public Media is one of the nation’s largest and most respected NPR-member organizations and is home to WBEZ 91.5 FM, Sound Opinions , and Vocalo . We serve a listening audience of nearly 500,000 and broadcasts throughout Chicago and the surrounding regions. We have an innovative company culture and state-of-the-art ...[Read More]
Monday, October 24th, 2016

Investing Writer for Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

Kiplinger's Personal Finance Investing writer Washington, DC Full-time Kiplinger’s Personal Finance is looking for two investing writers who can produce thoughtful, well-written stories about stocks, bonds, funds and other investing-related topics for the magazine and for Kiplinger.com. Candidates should have at least three years of experience writing about investments for a newspaper, magazine ...[Read More]
Monday, October 24th, 2016

Director of Communications at Tepper School of Business

Tepper School of Business Director, Communications & Media Relations Pittsburgh, PA Full-time The Director, Communications & Media Relations will serve as an integral part of the Tepper School’s marketing and communications team. The primary role of the position is to plan, implement and evaluate international, national and regional publicity campaigns utilizing print, broadcast and ...[Read More]

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