By: Nicole Kiefert (@nicole_kiefert) In high school I was the photographer of our school newspaper. Here at UW Oshkosh, I’m a copy editor for the Advance-Titan. So having no experience of “writing” at a newspaper before, I was amazed when the managing editor of my hometown paper called to offer me a reporting intern position… Read More My Journey as an Intern Reporter
This is a summer blog post from Mackenzie Miller who is a Public Relations intern at Kravetz PR in New York. Follow her journey on her blog. “Start each day with a grateful heart.” This was my inspiration for the week as I struggled a bit in the beginning to adjust. I began to miss my family,… Read More MacKenzie Miller’s Internship Journey in New York
Thanks to Brody Karmenzind for taking the time to write up this blog on his first week as an intern at Pandora in California. You can see more of his marketing wisdom at his blog and follow his summer at Pandora on his Instagram account. Week One with Pandora: Brody Karmenzind I have officially been… Read More Summer Internship at Pandora, Week 1
By: Andrea Larson (@andrea_larson_) Whether you are from Oshkosh, previously lived here for a summer or this is your first time, you may not know Oshkosh is full of summer events that will expose you to new and fantastic artists, musicians, movies, hobbies and sports. Every week there is something new and we want to… Read More June Events in Oshkosh: Fun Ways to Fill Your Free time
By: Andrea Larson (@andrea_larson_) The journalism department’s public relations emphasis now has the ability to give students a chance to gain recognition for their knowledge in PR. Three 2014 UW Oshkosh journalism graduates and PRSSA members, Hilary Stoeberl, Neal Corby and Kaitlynn Sablich, took and passed an exam awarding them with public relations certificates. We… Read More Want to be certified in Principles of Public Relations?
By: Andrea Larson (@andrea_larson_) Who knew the not-so-quiet city, with a population of roughly 66,083, had scandalous, shocking stories hidden within? Yes, I am talking about our beloved Oshkosh. These stories paved the way for journalism students in the Advanced Reporting class to use what they learned to tell the stories to the world, or… Read More Advanced Reporting’s Winnebago Court Project