During the final year of your program, you must
complete a minumum of 100 hours of field work in the Broadcast industry in your area
of studies. Therefore, Journalism Broadcast students must do placements
in radio, television or cable news rooms. Broadcasting - Radio students
must have placements at a radio station. Broadcasting
- Television students need placements in television production areas. For help with your cover letters and resumes, check
out Seneca's career services department. http://careerservices.senecac.on.ca/
note: Some placements require additional documantional like the Work/Education Placement Agreement and/or the Seneca Insurance letter.
Please select the links, and print what you require.
Send a personal cover letter and your complete
resume along with the "Field Placement Information
for Employers" page to suitable field placement positions in your area
Follow up the letters with phone calls and get accepted by one of the positions.
Have your potential field placement supervisor fill out the "Request
for Field Placement Approval Form".
Return the "Request for Field Placement Approval
Form" to your program Coordinator for their signature.
Give the "Employer Field Placement Report"
to your supervisor.
Complete your "Student Daily Diary" during your
100 hours, which must be also signed by your supervisor.
Complete your typed, 1double-spaced, two page essay about the placement
and submit both essay and diary within 7 days of completion of the field