JOMC Alumni

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JOMC alumni: media personality, actor, producer and author, "Terrence J" Jenkins, left, and Anzio Williams, Vice President of News NBC 10

Alumni Survey

Diversity in Education Magazine applauded North Carolina A&T's journalism and mass communication department in 2011, for becoming one of the top producers of African-American graduates in journalism and media-related fields. So what happens after graduation? JOMC alumni say you have to be a go-getter, never take no for an answer and stay on your grind. Let us know your post graduate experiences and how the department prepared you for the media industry by participating in a new alumni survey. Your feedback helps us improve our programs and services and to respond to our professional accrediting body, ACEJMC (Accrediting Council in Education for Journalism and Mass Communication). 


Giving Back to the Department

The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication is launching its first ever JOMC Alumni Endowment Scholarship. To read more about how to give back to the department, go here.


Alumni Council

If you are interested in becoming a more active alum, please read more about the newly developed Alumni Council.   


Working in the Industry

Read more about what our alumni are doing in the industry. Check back for alumni updates.