SDPB reaches South Dakotans through television, radio, and digital content. We are South Dakota’s NPR and PBS affiliate. We’re the only statewide news organization in South Dakota operating 9 Television and 11 Radio stations covering over 97% of the state. Our strategic plan vision states SDPB is the media organization for all South Dakotans no matter where they live by 2033. We produce 15 daily newscasts, a two-hour daily radio public affairs program, an hour weekly television public affairs program, several podcasts, blog posts, news website and a robust Facebook following with featured digital videos.
Location: South Dakota
Beat: Ethnic communities including Native Americans
Position: South Dakota has nine Native American Reservations. There are 86 different languages spoken in Sioux Falls, the state’s largest school district. While most of the population is white, the state is more and more diverse. This energetic, organized and goal-focused multi-platform journalist covers news with a special focus on diversity and representation. This role seeks out new voices that represent different heritages, languages, and traditions; spots trends, navigates cultural differences, and writes stories that introduce South Dakotans to their neighbors. This position leads work on a statewide network for a discerning audience that appreciates and supports good local journalism.
Skills: Audio; Writing
Apply HERE: https://www.reportforamerica.org/newsrooms/south-dakota-public-broadcasting/?fbclid=IwAR2ET5bHjsK-TN4K5-n7X_GtKpasEd7MglQpybRd7H3Juk3fk03DgIW7BM8
Nick Klein is out for the remainder of the week due to an illness. All of Nick Kleins courses are canceled for this week only. Classes will resume on Monday January 20, 2020. They are the following courses:
BI 330 – Zoology
CH 152 – Chemistry II
PH 202 – Physics
REGISTRATION FOR THE SPRING 2020 SEMESTER HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15.
HS 103 Personal Health and Wellness is cancelled for Spring 2020. Please come to SGU Registration at the Student Services Center for changing your schedule; as in dropping HS 103 and adding a different class. We are registering every day this week, Jan. 6-10.
Sinte Gleska University has been identified as being one of the most affordable schools in South Dakota
Sinte Gleska University has been identified as being one of the most affordable schools in South Dakota for a bachelor’s degree in our recent ranking. The ranking considered average cost of attendance, student-to-faculty ratio, and graduation rate.
Our editors noted that this is one of the best values for a bachelor’s degree in South Dakota.