Emma Goss

I'm an aspiring broadcast news reporter. I moved to New York City nearly three years ago from the California Bay Area to launch my journalism career (and go to college).

This summer I am interning at NBC Local Media, writing news articles and blog posts for NBCNews.com, covering politics, breaking news, technology, business, health, sports, and entertainment news.

I got my start working in web and print journalism, doing entertainment, fashion, and food writing for Glamour Magazine, Slate Magazine, and The Jewish Week.

But my true passion is hard news reporting on politics, business, women's issues, and education. I made the transition into broadcast news in January 2014, working as a production intern at MSNBC's Morning Joe, where I regularly assisted on all aspects of the live broadcasts, logged tapes, communicated with producers in the control room, and stayed on top of the news. Attention to detail and being in constant communication with the production team were critical parts of my job.

I am a rising senior at Barnard College where I am the chief reporter of Barnard news for the Columbia Daily Spectator.

Click here to view my resume

Here I am participating in a segment on Morning Joe about Susan Patton (Pricenton Mom) claiming that women should be in college to find a husband.

Here is Jon Stewart commenting on that segment (In which he describes me as "dewy-eyed and adorable")