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A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications

Media and Communications Career Meet-Up 2020

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The Media and Communications Meet-Up will be from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Berney Family Welcome Center Great Room.

This free networking event is intended to bring employers and students together to facilitate connections in the journalism and strategic communications fields. Some students may be seeking opportunities to intern or work for an advertising or public relations firm, while others may be seeking “in-house” opportunities to work on digital media and graphic design work. Students may also be seeking opportunities in radio and television broadcasting, as well as news and feature writing. We encourage freshmen and sophomore students to use this event as an opportunity to learn more about the work, as well as how to be competitive for future internships and full-time positions. Juniors and seniors also should attend to seek internship and full-time opportunities within the journalism and strategic communications fields.

The event is hosted by the K-State Career Center and the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Students from any major are welcome.

Business casual, or “snappy casual,” attire is appropriate. Bring copies of your resume, business cards if you have them (not required) and a notepad or padfolio.

Snacks will be provided.

All of the information about the meet-up, including employers who are planning to attend, is live on the Career Center website:

https://www.kstate.edu/careercenter/students/events/careermeetupmediacommunications.html

 


Media and Communications Meet-Up 2019

This spring networking event connects our students with employers seeking interns and job applicants. A key part of JMC's Job Ready Program, it's the culmination of the resume writing, elevator pitch and interview skill workshops throughout the year. Upperclassmen attend to make connections toward internship and job searches. Underclassmen are also encouraged to attend in order to practice their networking skills so they can be competent and confident later in their academic and professional careers. The Career Center is our sponsoring partner for this event.

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