Asbury Journalism graduates are prepared to work at the nation's top news outlets and study at the nation's most respected graduate schools. Even though Asbury Journalism grads are prepared to work for big-name organizations, they are encouraged to pursue their individual calling, whether it's working for a major news network, a regional newspaper, a research magazine or a start-up website.
Our graduates have been hired at newspapers across the country, including:
• Redding Record Searchlight (California)
• Albuquerque Tribune (New Mexico)
• Burlington Free Press (Vermont)
• Marietta Daily Journal (Georgia)
• Pottstown Mercury (Pennsylvania)
• C&G Newspapers (Michigan)
• Bee Group Newspapers (New York)
• The Press of Atlantic City (New Jersey)
Several alums have gone on to work for magazines as writers and editors. Others have gone to be full-time freelancers, whose writing assignments have taken them to countries such as Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Sudan, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.
Asbury University alums don't just write articles—they write books. Michelle Medlock Adams has authored 41 books and has written hundreds of freelance articles for news outlets, web sites and magazines, including The Associated Press, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and Writer’s Digest. Nicole McQuade Mazzarella published her first novel, This Heavy Silence, while working on her M.F.A. at Old Dominion University in Virginia. Library Journal listed the novel as one of the best books of 2005.