Stanford Journalism alumni are telling stories at newsrooms across the world, from The New York Times to The Washington Post to The Verge.
“In general, the masters degree prepared me for a job in which I am writing in-depth stories that explore personal narratives and innovative solutions to problems.”
“I learned the secret sauce — a toolkit to produce across mediums and the story-sense to know which medium would best serve your readers.”
“I got to go a lot deeper with the stories I did here because I was able to use multimedia and data, in addition to the skills I had before. Those additional tools help you become a better storyteller.”
“What I really learned about storytelling here is how to construct a narrative reported over a length of time, which is something I had never done before.”
“I think as long as I’m telling a story, that’s where I want my career to be. I think there are so many different outlets for that now and Stanford has given me so many tools to pursue those outlets.”
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