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Jordan is busy working behind the scenes this spring as our faithful intern. He’s already proved to be an invaluable member of the team by helping uncover breaking news iReports out of the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
Jordan’s a grad student at the University of Georgia studying health and medical journalism. He’s very interested in telling stories about how the places we live and work affect our health. In fact, Jordan is leading a new iReport assignment that asks how your neighborhood affects your diet.
When he’s not busy talking with iReporters about their submissions, Jordan enjoys working out, watching TV, and playing the guitar. He’s also a sharp dresser, as you can see.
But perhaps the coolest thing about Jordan is that before he was an intern at CNN iReport, he was an iReporter just like you. Check out his past submissions here.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be the next iReport intern, please apply to our summer opening here.
Good luck, Jordan!
Wow!! Sounds like such a fun job.
Im writing on the behalf or calling for the envoy of Sudan, Scott gration to serioursly follow up with Sudanese government in order forthe CPA to be implemented peacefull according to the will of Sudanese and particular, the Southerners.
i am really happy that dalai lama is meeting obama it shows that christ is really coming dalai lama a wolf with a lamb skin. he came to destry the world, he do have freedom he he is a person but he is not. if you say that he has the right of freedom then why do people lock up the criminals? because they sin or harmed others rights? YES HE HARM THE RIGHTS OF THE WHOLE NATION OF CHINA ALL CHINESE'S RIGHT ARE HARMED BY HIM. THEY NEED PEACE WHY OBAMA A PERSON WHO IS KNOWN AS PEACE KEEPER DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS.
Jordan, why I am no more Superstar?
Welcome! Great to see a iReporter reach such a cool goal. Good Luck Jordan.
Welcome to the iReport community. Looking forward to your assignment on health/food in your neighborhood and how it affects your diet.
Wishing you the best as you further your education.
Happy your here! Marie in LA
Welcome to the team. Jordan! Good luck and many great stories ahead for you!
Welcome. Good luck! :)
Marianne in MIA
Hey, welcome to the family. How bout them dogs! Good work on Haiti tragedy.
Jordan, good you please say your opinion about my Jerusalem iReport? Do you like it or not?
Hi Jordan I hope to get to talk to you sometime. Maybe I will create a pie that will catch you eye.
By the way, I really admire what you have accomplished. However, I am disappointed that black reporters not take the opportunity to highlight, defend, and support all the things our President has done is his first year of office and all the good that he attempts to do despite the criticism. Daily I get information from his staff on the major things he has been able to accomplish in a year and a few months of office. No where in the media do we see this promoted. How about doing a story that helps instead of hurts? I pose this question to you because there are few African Americans in the prominent media position to broadcast this type of story, but certainly you can if you wanted to. Please consider that much of his criticism is Republicans being disagreeable just to disagree and trying to paint failure on his administration instead of seeking the greater good of the voters.
Thanks for listening!
Robin and the gang,
Go to Google earth, take your pointer to the airport at Port-Au-Prince. Zoom down to the landing strip. You should see 3 planes and one is landing(shadow does not touch plane). It was a busy place. Note date in lower left of image(25 Jan 2010).
I hope all will enjoy the progress.
Robin in Cortez