The university provides students with a great opportunity to learn journalism on site by working on The Snapper.
If you are interested in writing, editing, taking photos, designing (web or graphics), advertising, or helping with circulation, working with The Snapper is a way to hone your skills and get a line on your résumé. The Snapper's office is on the bottom floor of the Student Memorial Center. You'll see the window above, and you will know you are there.
Contact faculty adviser Dr. Rob Spicer for more information.
Working for The Snapper
While Journalism students often work for The Snapper, any Millersville student can contribute. The staff accepts members throughout the year.
Internship credit can be obtained for certain editorial positions at The Snapper. Visit Experiential Learning and Career Management for more details on the requirements.
Alex Geli (pictured left), our first digital journalism graduate and editor of The Snapper, was hired by Lancaster News Papers (LNP) when he graduated. He now serves as the Education Editor for the paper.