Prep for #GradyCareerDay

Wednesday, February 10 | 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Journalism and Mass Communication Career Day

This day-long event connects companies and organizations with students seeking careers in digital, print and broadcast journalism, creative mass media, media sales, advertising and public relations. Internships and full-time positions will be available. All majors are encouraged to attend.
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Follow us on Twitter (@UGAGradyCareers) & be sure to check your email! Important updates will be going out leading up to the career fair!


1. Attend our career day prep events.

2. Learn what you need to know.
3. Plan what to wear.
4. Practice your introduction.
5. Follow up.

1. Attend Our Career Day Prep Events

Grady Resume Critique Days

Monday, February 8 and Tuesday, February 9

12-3 p.m.

Peyton Anderson Forum

Journalism and Mass Communication Career Day Prep Workshop

Tuesday, February 9

6-7:30 p.m.

MLC 148

2. Learn What You Need to Know

Check out the full schedule of events on the day of the Journalism and Mass Communication Career Day, and visit our Career Fair Prep Pinterest board to prepare! Learn what you need to know about navigating the Career Fair, conducting Employer Research & developing your Elevator Pitch.

RSVPs for Networking Meals

To RSVP for the networking meals during the Journalism and Mass Communication Career Day, please log in to your DAWGlink account on On the left-hand side of the page, go to Events, then Information Sessions. Look for both events listed under UGA- Career Center.

Please ensure you are responding to the appropriate event and that your schedule will allow you to attend before you RSVP. Once you RSVP, you will receive an email confirmation and reminders prior to the event.

Students will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. You will be added to our wait list if you RSVP after all spaces are filled. Please check your email for notifications that you have been taken off the wait list.

3. Plan What to Wear

Click the buttons below to view great examples of both Business Professional and Business Casual attire. While Business Professional attire is encouraged for the Career Fair, Business Casual is accepted.

4. Practice Your Introduction

Career Fair Pitch

5. Follow Up

Thank You to Our Event Sponsors

Silver Level Sponsors

Blueprint Digital

United Parcel Service

Bronze Level Sponsors


Cox Enterprises

HW Creative Marketing

Meredith Corporation: CBS46

National Collegiate Sports Archives

Public Broadcasting Atlanta

Turner Broadcasting






If you are not able to attend these events, access our resources on for help with resumes, career fair preparation, job searching & more.

How the Career Center Can Help You:

  • Resume, Cover Letter & Portfolio Critiques
  • Interviewing & Mock Interviews
  • Major & Career Exploration
  • Internship & Job Searching
  • Networking & Making Connections
  • Graduate Schools
  • Salary & Negotiation
  • Professional Etiquette & Communication