Internship Coordinator Barb Benish Helps Oshkosh Girl Scout Troop Achieve Gold Award

Receiving the Gold Award in Girl Scouts is a rare achievement that few Girl Scouts reach. Not only did one girl in an Oshkosh troop receive the Gold Award, but all six achieved the massive accomplishment. This is a big deal, especially when considering the fact that less than 5 percent of Girl Scouts earn… Read More Internship Coordinator Barb Benish Helps Oshkosh Girl Scout Troop Achieve Gold Award

5 Ways to Embrace An Internship With Little Guidance

By Scott Belille *Sniff* Do you smell that? Why, that’s the smell of freedom! Yes, at many mass communications internships, your employers expect you to work independently. They’re busy and may only have enough time to tell you what the main message is that you must deliver. Therefore how to represent that message becomes your… Read More 5 Ways to Embrace An Internship With Little Guidance

How a Class Project Taught Me the Ease and Necessity of Networking

By: Brenna McDermot (@letterstowomen) While Realtors live by location, location, location, it seems like journalists live by networking, networking, networking. In my journalism classes, professors presented this buzzword as one of the most important aspects of my career. Initially, I was skeptical. Wouldn’t my stellar grade point average, extracurricular experiences, and grammar knowledge get me… Read More How a Class Project Taught Me the Ease and Necessity of Networking

Andrea Larson Receives Chancellor’s Award for Excellence

By: Carissa Brzezinski (@CJBrzezinski) The UW Oshkosh Department of Journalism would like to congratulate Andrea Larson for being awarded the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence. Larson is one of 17 seniors from UW Oshkosh who were recognized with this honor. Recipients exemplify high academic and leadership abilities with an evident commitment to serving their school and… Read More Andrea Larson Receives Chancellor’s Award for Excellence