Social Media Club is an international association for professionals practicing social and new media of all kinds. Social Media Club MTSU is affiliated with Social Media Club Nashville. We attend SMC Nashville meetings and other trade events (PodCamp) to network with local professionals. We also organize workshops and other events about using social media professionally. Join us and take your career into the 21st century!
Many if not most of those who seek employment in the fields of media will at some point find freelancing to be a smart option. But how do you do that? How much do you charge? How do you find work? Come to this seminar to find out what yoiu need to know.
Tuesday, April 22
4:30pm in COMM 103
Presented by the EMC department with a presentation by Professor Todd O’Neill.
The Radio Television Digital News Foundation (RTDNF) has extended the application deadline for its scholarships and fellowships to May 31, 2014. College undergraduates and graduate students as well as young professional journalists are urged to apply now to ensure consideration for the coming year.
Several prestigious scholarships are offered for students pursuing careers in digital or broadcast media, including the $10,000 Ed Bradley Scholarship for undergraduates, in honor of the pioneering journalist and CBS News and 60 Minutes correspondent. Fellowships for aspiring journalists in the first 10 years of their careers are available for national security and health beat reporters, as well as to minority journalists. Continue reading
2014 Blue Spark Award Winners have been announced. See the list.
PROGRAM NAME CHANGES
We have officially changed the names of several of our programs. These new names will be reflected in the 2014-15 catalog. Continue reading
What: Bring your résumé for review and critique.
Who: Juniors, Seniors, and Grad Students in Mass Comm
When: Monday, April 14, 9:00-noon and 12:30-3:30
Where: Mass Comm Lobby
Mass Comm internship coordinators, Melissa Wald, Mary Nichols, Tricia Farwell, and Dan Pfeifer are presenting a résumé review day next Monday April 14 from 9:00 to 12:00 and 12:30 to 3:30. They are setting up in the Mass Comm atrium across from the stairs. Joe Tubicant from the MTSU Career Development Center will also be there.
Bring your résumé and references by for a critique. Due to limited time and space this is for JUNIOR, SENIOR, and GRADUATE students only.
Students can find links to to help writing their resume and references at: http://riminternships.mtsu.edu/?page=IR%206-12-11
More tips for effective résumés can be found at this link: http://cycmtsu.wordpress.com/category/resumes/
This Friday, a panel of sports media professionals joins the EMC Friday Forum for a discussion of the current landscape of sports coverage on air, online, and in print. This is a must-attend for anyone interested in sports media. Confirmed guests include Dallas Jackson of NationalHSFootball.com, David Fox, from Athlon Sports, and Chris Childers from SiriusXM Radio.
1:00 PM, Friday, April 11 in COMM 103 Continue reading
Fall 2014 Online Permission of Instructor Requests can now be submitted online. Register early for your EMC Fall 2014 class. All POI requests will be sorted by the EMC Department & students should receive a call back within the next few weeks.
You can visit the POI Request Form Page by clicking here!
Yesterday Irma Melton received the university’s Secretarial/Clerical Staff Quarterly Award. University officials commented that she was nominated by an unusually large number of students and faculty, and that they had never seen so many people gather to see someone receive the award. It’s no surprise to us that she is so well regarded. She works tirelessly for the benefit of all – and brings a ray of sunshine into all of our lives.
Learn more about the award at this link.