Posts Categorized: Sports Journalism

Fill Your Resume With Professional Experience – Even as a Student – at the Hofstra Precollegiate Sports Journalism Program

New classes start: August 7, 9 and 14 (See registration information below) Jonah, 15, took more than 12 Sports Journalism classes (including two specialized capstone programs) with the Hofstra Precollegiate program since he was 11-years-old. He’s gained amazing experience in the field he loves: Last year, he hosted a 30-minute sports TV show and a… Read more »

Sports Journalism Student Success: Jared Valluzzi on the Set of News 12 Long Island

Who says that your teenage son or daughter isn’t ready for college yet? For Kellenberg Memorial High School 8th grader Jared Valluzzi, taking the sports journalism course at Hofstra CE was a great choice for kick starting his future in Sports Journalism! After taking classes in Hofstra’s Sports Journalism and Broadcast Institute for Teens, Jared… Read more »

Celebrity Guest Speakers to Visit Sports Journalism Program for Teens

Hofstra University Continuing Education is pleased to share that some very special celebrity guest speakers are scheduled to visit our Sports Journalism and Broadcasting Institute for Teens! Kenny Albert of Fox Sports is scheduled to visit Introduction to Sportscasting for Teens July 11-15. “Every year over the last decade, one of my summer highlights has… Read more »

Hofstra Sports Journalism Assistant Program Coordinator Kevin Dexter discusses how he got into Sportscasting

I’m Kevin Dexter, the Assistant Program Coordinator for the Hofstra Continuing Education Sports Journalism Institute. I can’t believe it, but this upcoming summer will be my 6th working with the program. Time flies when you are having fun, and teaching these courses is one of the most enjoyable things I do. I’m living proof that… Read more »

Hofstra’s Sports Journalism Certificate Program for Teens Is Helping Girls Pursue a Career in Sports Broadcasting

Sports broadcasting and sports journalism positions have traditionally been held by men. Yet, these male-dominated fields are starting to be redefined by women who have a love of sports and the desire to report on sports-related topics and sporting events. In the world of sports journalism, there are a growing number of jobs for both… Read more »