Career Guides

This section discusses various career guides for students in communication and media.

Event Planning- How to Make It a Career

Event planning covers a wide variety of areas that are not only exciting but also rewarding. When becoming an event planner, it’s important to know that companies and organizations are looking for enthusiastic and driven candidates. The main responsibilities of event planning includes providing an unmatched customer service and organizing memorable events for clients. As

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Description of duties An author is someone who writes creative and unique stories. Authors typically work for a bigger company, business, or themselves. They get feedback from editors and get insight from different perspectives to enhance their work before it is published. Work Environment Authors work anywhere they can have access to a computer, or

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sports content promoter

Sports Content Promoter/Marketer

What is Sports Content Promotion/Marketing? Sports promoters/marketers are brand loyal people who communicate with fans and supporters to promote their team. These professionals also work closely with big name players and companies to find sponsorships for the organization or specific player. Description of Duties Manage social media sites Visit and select venues Find sponsors for

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graphic designer

Graphic designer

A graphic designer creates illustrations, layouts, logos, infographics, color schemes, typefaces, and other visual elements to help effective convey messages via media. Graphic designer’s work appears in magazines, books, advertisements, newspapers, brochures, flyers, product packaging, websites, and films. The main task in graphic design is to visually represent an idea, concept, brand, or story. To

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An editor coordinates the publication of content for print (books, magazines, periodicals, newspapers, etc.) and digital media (websites, ebooks, white papers etc). They may also work on the content of radio and television programming. As part of this work, an editor plans what content will appear and how it will be organized in the publication,

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Art director

Art directors are responsible for developing the visual style and layouts of print and web publications, advertising campaigns, products and their packaging, visual representation of brands, television and movie sets. As such art directors may work in print publishing, marketing, branding, advertising, movie production, television production, and theater. The duties of an art director include

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