All Beacon positions are open to applicants at the end of each semester.
The application deadline for fall 2017 positions is Saturday, April 15. Please view the Beacon's Ethics & Standards Guide before applying.
The Beacon's editorial staff manages the production of the content of the newspaper—including editing and multimedia staff. Editorial staffers received one non-tuition credit per semester. Click here to see available job descriptions.
Note that one does not need to be on staff to be a Beacon correspondent. Correspondents operate as freelancers, and receive a non-tuition if they have written five articles/taken five photos or any combination thereof, and attended five critiques and workshops throughout a semester.
The Beacon is looking to expand its business side to increase revenue and circulation goals. Business staff maintains the Beacon's website and social media, sells ads, and manages the Beacon's contracts. Click here to see available job descriptions.