By Jaime Gage
On Oct. 30, Dover Post Executive Editor Sundra Hominik visited DSU for one of the many bi-weekly National Association of Black Journalists meetings.
NABJ is an organization of students, journalists, and other media professionals designed for networking, developing mentorships, career development, and post graduate opportunities.
Hominik, an active NABJ member, is the first African American women to be selected as Executive Editor of Gatehouse Media Delaware.
Gatehouse Media Delaware publishes six weekly papers across the state including the Dover Post, Milford Beacon and Sussex Countian.
During her workshop, she spoke with students about the importance of having internships and why joining NABJ will be beneficial in that regard.
She also shared some of her career development experiences and gave valuable advice about having longevity in the media business.