CQS News

Read the latest news from the Chips Quinn Scholars program and our alumni.

The value of networking

Two Chipsters from the 2017 class share thoughts on what awaits every CQS alum: job-hunting. This week we hear from Tomas Rodriguez; last week Jenny Ung provided insights.
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The steps to landing a job

Two Chipsters from the 2017 class share thoughts on what awaits every CQS alum: job-hunting. This week we hear from Jenny Ung; next week Tomas Rodriguez provides insights.
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Where in the World Are Our Chipsters: Oakland, Calif.

Chips(ters) and guacamole: The latest photo in the Where in the World Are Our Chipsters Series comes from a Oaxacan-inspired restaurant in Oakland, Calif., during an investigative reporting fellowship.
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Tough assignment, great reward

Photographer Loren Townsley (2017) knew she was pushing her boundaries when she got her wish: to cover professional baseball.
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Talking with Harry Harris of the East Bay Times

Jackeline Luna (2017) chats with one of the top crime reporters in the country.
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Workplace wisdom: four tips

A summer internship shows Aleanna Siacon (2017) how to navigate the workplace as a professional.
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Where in the World Are Our Chipsters: New York City

A party in the Big Apple is the setting for the latest photo in our Where in the World Are Our Chipsters series.
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The lack of diversity in the national security world – and the media

Reporter Fatima Bhojani (CQS 2017) laments the lack of diversity in the media and her beat.
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Where in the World Are Our Chipsters: Los Angeles

Los Angeles stars: The latest photo in the Where in the World Are Our Chipsters series recognizes three influential Latina journalists.
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