Continue your career while reporting for NEVN

Our flexible arrangements allow you to balance studies with first-person reporting


Ole Olafson

NEVN reporter Cynthia Tapia records a Phoenix Rising game preview with videographer Khiry Shabazz.

A public service announcement ad for and Scottsdale Community College’s Journalism program:

Do you want to transfer to Arizona State’s Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication?

Maybe you’re already a Cronkite student, but you’d like to get your work published while studying at ASU?

At Northeast Valley News, you get the best of both worlds.

Enrolling in JRN 215 Digital News Production will afford you the chance to produce original reporting, with in-person and Zoom meeting options available.

This relaxed scheduling will give you time to focus on your other studies or professional responsibilities…while getting published at a legitimate, reputable, and respected news organization right here in the Valley.

We are journalists.

We are fearless.

We are NEVN.

Join our team today!

For more information, contact NEVN Adviser Janet Richards at or call our newsroom at (480) 423-6375.