There’s two things The College Fix does exceptionally well.
One, as the nation’s leading right-of-center campus newswire, every single day we bring you original reporting on the most pressing issues facing higher education today.
Two, we work with ambitious college students looking to explore media careers, providing them personal mentorship and instruction and giving these budding young reporters a national platform and a stack of clips to launch their careers.
Many of these students also take advantage of our prestigious internship program, in which we offer positions at leading publications in Washington D.C. every fall, spring and summer.
And most recently, a longtime College Fix contributor became the inaugural recipient of The College Fix’s one-year journalism fellowship.
That reporter, Nathan Rubbelke, started with The College Fix in 2014 while an undergrad at Saint Louis University. He also worked as a College Fix intern for the Washington Examiner. After working at the Commercial Review daily newspaper after graduation, he was tapped as The College Fix’s inaugural journalism fellow in 2017.
Since then, he’s written more than 150 articles during his fellowship, including:
As Rubbelke’s fellowship has drawn to an end, he starts his newest venture as a reporter for the St. Louis Business Journal. Watch as Rubbelke talks about his experiences working with The College Fix.