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Request a Mass Comm practicum student for fall semester

Does your department or office need assistance with internal or external communication? Requests for Mass Comm practicum students are now being accepted for fall semester. Mass Comm practicum students dedicate between 45 and 60 hours per semester helping with event planning, coordination and management; publicity and outreach; digital media including social platforms and blogs; design and distribution of flyers, ads, posters and other printed items; videography and photography and other areas of communication as appropriate. Practicum requests are due no later than COB Wednesday, Aug. 16.

Submit your request for a practicum student here: https://goo.gl/forms/sGc2d8GAg809XOWV2.

Please remember that Mass Comm practicum students are not student workers or interns; practicum students should complete up to a maximum of 60 hours during the semester. Not all practicum requests will be accepted, and not all requests may be filled. Departments and offices who retain a practicum student incur any cost for production of materials; Mass Comm students have use of digital production equipment per department policy. Communication products are subject to approval by University Communications.

Amanda J. Respess
Lecturer, Dept. of Mass Communication
478-445-8258
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