Journalism Quickstart Resume Templates

1. Download your template

The Quickstart Resume Templates are stored in 3 different file formats. Please choose the file format which most closely matches your current word processor, or which can be most easily imported into your word processor:

Microsoft Word 2010 format [docx]

Microsoft Word 97-2003 format [doc]

Rich Text Format [rtf]

Click to Open or Save the file. You may also right-click and select "Save Link As…" or "Save Target As…" to download to the folder or directory of your choice.

If you have difficulties, please review our Quickstart Frequently Asked Questions.

2. Enter your content

Employers generally prefer to hire reporters, correspondents, and broadcast news analysts who have a bachelor's degree in journalism or communications along with an internship or work experience from a college radio or television station or a newspaper. Read more about how to become a Journalist.

Learn the very best way to write about your education and experience. The template is the package, your content is what gets you the interview.

After you have modified the template, be sure to remove the last line on the template (the copyright line), which is intended to be kept with any template to direct users to download the template only from our site.

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3. Upload your resume

When you're finished, upload it to our resume database where entry level employers are searching for qualified candidates. You could be our next success story.

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