Business News Associate Workshop at #NABJ19 | Miami | Aug 9

Business News Associate Workshop at #NABJ19 | Miami | Aug 9

How the Business News Associate Workshop Could Lead to an Interview at CNBC

Berkeley Lovelace Jr. | CNBC

Our financial futures and livelihoods depend on our ability to save, spend and invest money. Business journalists cover the institutions that influence our money – markets, business, and government – and report on the real-time data and information that affects our lives.

This summer, the CNBC Business News Associate Workshop will prepare entry-level journalists for new opportunities to jumpstart their journalism careers and connect with CNBC.

Some workshop attendees may be selected at the end of the workshop for an opportunity to interview at CNBC Global Headquarters for the CNBC Business News Associate Program.

What should I expect?

  • A panel of top CNBC professionals describing their roles at the network and sharing the guiding principles and best practices that influence their work as business journalists
  • An interactive, breaking news simulation designed to teach the concepts, skills, and techniques CNBC professionals utilize daily to break down complex information about business, markets, and the economy
  • Individual interviews with CNBC professionals

When and where is the workshop?
The workshop will take place on August 9 at the 2019 NABJ Annual Convention in Miami, Florida.

Who should apply?
Interested candidates must apply to be invited to attend the workshop. The workshop is targeted toward graduating seniors and recent college graduates. Applicants must be registered for the 2019 NABJ Annual Convention in San Antonio, TX (registration subject to verification).

How can I apply?

For more information, please send your resume and contact info to

About the Business News Associates Program

The CNBC Business News Associates Program is an 16-month introductory program designed to give participants real-world news experience. Aspiring journalists with diverse backgrounds rotate thorough a series of assignments in the CNBC Newsroom including working for, working on the CNBC TV Newsdesk and a CNBC live television show.

Participants will be given an opportunity to learn all of the skills of business news production: finding and reporting stories for TV and, writing scripts, producing live segments for air and field producing. In addition, program participants will be assigned a mentor, given structured feedback as well as opportunities to interact with senior news management.

For more information about the Business News Associates Program, please visit: