Past Teletraining: Looking for Your Dream Job?

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Looking for Your Dream Job? Tips on how to find it and what editors need today.Sept. 17, 2 p.m. Eastern

Click here to listen to a recording of September’s teletraining.


Michelle LaRoche, editor, training and recruiting, Dow Jones Newswires

Michelle LaRoche, Managing Editor of Real-Time Desks at Dow Jones Newswires in New York City, manages the editing desks responsible for publishing business,  financial and economic news on various Dow Jones platforms including Dow Jones Newswires, The Wall Street Journal and  Before moving into this position in February, Michelle was the Editor for Training and Recruiting for the Americas region.  During her four years as the recruiting editor she expanded the Newswires internship program, lead the Dow Jones News Fund business reporting program workshop and helped hiring managers fill various newsroom jobs with talented journalists.

Since joining Dow Jones in 1995 she has held various other newsroom positions with Dow Jones Newswires.  She graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor’s degree in English with a concentration in journalism.

Dan Rohn, founder of was founded in August 1998 by Dan Rohn, a former copy editor and business writer with The Washington Post, editor with America Online, and Washington, D.C.- based stringer for Money Magazine. is the largest and most-visited resource for journalism jobs, and receives between 2.5 to 3 milion page views a month.

Beth Hunt, manager of editorial operations, American City Business Journal

Beth Hunt was named manager of Editorial Operations, American City Business Journals in fall 2006, after 17 years as a reproter and editor for three ACBJ-owned business journals.She started with ACBJ as a reporter in Orlando, where she covered tourism. She also reproted and wrote an investigative series which tied The Orlando Sentinel to a huge plume of contaminated groundwater in downtown Orlando. In 1994, Beth was named editor of the Austin Business Journal, as part of a team brought in to revitalize the paper. After five years, Beth was promoted to editor of Washington Business Journal, where she managed one of the company’s largest newsrooms. She and here family live in Charlotte, N.C. She is vice president of the SABEW Board of Governors.


For more information on “Looking for Your Dream Job?” contact Mary Jane Pardue, or 417-836-8834.

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And mark your calendars for SABEW’s October training session focusing on writing
2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern time, Monday, Oct. 15.


SABEW - Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication,
Arizona State University

555 North Central Ave, Suite 406 E, Phoenix, AZ 85004-1248


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