This year, the MAB Foundation is happy to present a number of sessions for student broadcasters on Wednesday, March 8.
Of course, no matter how long you’ve been in broadcasting, you’re also welcome to attend!
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
“Connecting the Dots: How Social Media, Blogging, and Podcasting Fit Into A Station’s Digital Strategy”
Presented by Seth Resler, Jacobs Media
Facebook? Twitter? Search engine optimization? Google Analytics? With so many new tools available to broadcasters, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. In this student-focused session, Seth Resler, Digital Dot Connector for Jacobs Media Strategies, will show you how stations bring all of their different digital tools together in a single coherent strategy that impacts the bottom line.
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
“Picking the College that is right for YOU!”
Jennifer Williams, Beasley Broadcast Group (Moderator)
Panelists include: Allison Newman, Grand Valley State Alumni; Geneva Bass, Central Michigan University; Ilene Gould, Michigan State University; Katie Grinnell, Western Michigan University; and Audrey Wierenga, Cornerstone University
Are you trying to decide if the broadcast industry is where your future lies? Are you a future television or radio star but are not sure which college program will best develop and grow your talent? Then you need to attend this session! Young adults will discuss their college experiences thus far and the opportunities their school broadcasting programs can offer YOU!
- Which college programs offer hands-on classes?
- What types of internship programs and requirements are offered at the major Michigan broadcasting programs?
- What scholarship opportunities does each school offer?
- Which colleges have the best new-grad hire rates?
Come prepared with your questions and concerns and learn directly from young adults that were faced with the decision of which broadcasting program to choose not too long ago.
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
“Main Luncheon & Michigan Student Broadcast Awards Ceremony”
2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
“MAB Foundation Career Fair & Student Networking Event”
Meet with stations, schools and media organizations from around Michigan all in one place, at one time! See all of the organizations represented and learn more about them BEFORE you arrive! Click HERE for the Virtual Fair.
Plan now to attend to learn more about your future in the ever-changing, ever-exciting world of broadcast media! Plan now to attend and advance your career today!
What to bring:
* Copies of resumes with contact information.
* Samples of work, audio and/or video clips.
* A positive attitude.
* Dress to impress.
Click here to see what companies will be there at: GLBCCareerFair