Find your career
If you have an interest in any topic related to journalism and communications, let us help you find your career path.
Watch our historical documentary which explores the evolution of the Reynolds School through 100 years of challenge, change and achievement.Watch here
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Try out your future career in our in-house production centers and through experiences with our media partners.
Work with real clients to create strategy-based visual communication.
The Hitchcock Project
Communicate about science using data-visualization, graphic design and virtual reality.
Intern for a public radio station on campus that provides NPR and regional news and podcasts.
Produce Spanish and English news content for our bilingual multimedia news outlet.
NPR NextGen Nevada
Participate in a one-week, student multimedia training project co-sponsored by NPR.
Reynolds Media Lab
Test out your podcasting, web design, video and writing skills inside our production center.
Learn about recent news and happenings at the Reynolds School
In honor of 100 years of journalism education at Nevada, the film was produced by Professor Kari Barber and a team of students
Ralston, a political journalist and founder and CEO of The Nevada Independent, will be honored during the school’s annual Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer Program
Carlson and Gonzalez-Aguirre are the two newest graduates to obtain the achievement
Journalism student shares her experience as an intern for NASA
The Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism helps undergraduate and graduate students turn their passion for storytelling into careers in news, broadcasting and documentary, public relations and advertising, film and media production, Spanish-language media, media studies and visual communication. The school balances enduring values of fair and ethical communication with emerging practices across multiple platforms and mobile media.