Life After CCNY

After four years at City College, and two years studying for the journalism minor, what’s next for recent graduates? Major success for some. Here are 5 students who’ve found a home in journalism; look at all the major media outlets!

216efccShakira Saunders, CCNY, ’10

What she’s doing now: media coordinator/associate producer CNN in Atlanta

Where she’s been: WABC-TV Eyewitness News

285282_10151382602323592_1101212879_nJosy Salazar, ’11

What she’s doing now: associate producer, Current TV-Al Jazeera

Where she’s been: WABC-TV Eyewitness News, NY1, Televisa

Screen Shot 2013-12-03 at 4.08.09 PMJoshua Peguero, ’11

What he’s doing now: desk assistant, PBS News Hour

Where he’s been: Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, ’12

shapeimage_18Yan Kaner, ’12

What’s he’s doing now: overnight assignment editor, NY1

Where he’s been: other NY1 gigs

24d4398Lourdes Guillen, ’12

What she’s doing now: tape coordinator, ABC-TV The View

Where she’s been: Good Morning America

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