Resume

0902-FGNTMU-Travis LooseContact Info
Cell: 541-337-8004

Email: travis.loose@Patch.com

Objective

  • To tell truthful stories, to educate and to inspire.

Acknowledgements

  • February 27, 2015: “Case Closed,” part three of the sex trafficking series, chosen as Longreads’ college pick.
  • March 13, 2015: Selected as a 2015 Snowden Internship recipient.
  • Summer 2016: Better Newspaper Contest 2nd place award for best feature story.
  • December 4, 2016: Graduate of the Society of Professional Journalists Ted Scripps Leadership Institute.

Experience

  • Patch — Portland Metro Region
    • Field Editor 3/2017 — Present
  • News-Times and Hillsboro Tribune — Forest Grove, Ore.
  • OR Magazine — Eugene, Ore.
    • Feature Writer 4/2015 — 6/2015
  • FLUX Magazine – Eugene, Ore.
    • Feature Writer 1/2015 – 6/2015
  • Ethos Magazine – Eugene, Ore.
    • Feature Writer and Associate Editor 4/2014 – 6/2015
      • Most notably, I wrote a four-part series on the sex industry and human trafficking in Oregon.
  • The Daily Emerald – Eugene, Ore
    • Reporter/Feature Writer 10/2013 – 2/2014
  • Chemeketa Courier – Salem, Ore.
    • Reporter and News Editor 9/2012 – 6/2013

Education

University of Oregon – Eugene, Ore.

  • School of Journalism and Communication
  • 9/2013 – 6/2015
  • Bachelor of Arts, Journalism

Chemeketa Community College – Salem, Ore.

  • 9/2011 – 6/2013
  • Received Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree (AAOT)

Cove High School – Cove, Ore.

  • Diploma 2000

References

Available upon request

Photo Credits on this page: Caryssa Dieni (top) and Chase Allgood (portrait)

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