Communication students have the chance to show their school pride and put their degree into action as a Keene State College Sports Information intern.
Working closely with the Sports Information Director, the responsibilities of this intern might include programming, advertising and marketing, production, and content. For example, the intern could work with coaches and players on post-game interviews, contact potential advertisers for sponsorships, collaborate on internet streaming, and develop videos about the college’s athletics teams to play on air and online.
To apply or find out more information about this internship, contact Abe Osheyack, the Sports Information Director at Keene State College.
Now that students are halfway through the semester and well rested from spring break, it’s time to get a job this summer!
This week, the Office of Academic and Career Advising organized two events to help students secure a job this summer, whether as an internship or full-time career after graduation.
For example, students have the unique opportunity to meet with Keene State College alumni who will give feedback on resumes and discuss current job openings where they work.
- Resumania, Tuesday, March 25 and Wednesday, March 26, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Office of Academic and Career Advising, Elliot Center
- Job/Internship Fair, Thursday, March 27, 2:30-5 p.m., Mabel Brown Room, Student Center (view the employer directory to see which companies are recruiting at the fair)
Come chat with communication majors and departmental faculty about which classes to enroll in for the Fall 2014 semester. During this conversation, students will also hear about service-learning, internships, and other business partnerships in the Department of Communication and Philosophy.
Plus, eat free pizza!
- Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 6-7:30 p.m., Centennial Hall, Alumni Center
Fall 2014 course registration begins on March 31, 2014.