Announced on September 25, 2017
All School of Communication Students Welcome!
Wednesday, September 27th, AF 119A
Learn about upcoming events and GET INVOLVED!
During my sophomore year (2015-2016), my academic adviser told me that, because of adding a second major at the start of the year, I was unable to study abroad. Since that was at the very top of my college bucket list, I was heartbroken. However, it was only a week later friends reminded me of
Emily Hepp ’14 (BACOMM) left California to work in Texas after graduation. Three years later, she is back home and excited to work for her alma mater! She took a few minutes to share her story with us. Tell us about your position. I just recently started in Chapman Athletics as their Administrative Supervisor. This
Becca Winkler is living out every interns’ dream: to be hired post-grad by a company she loves! Having recently graduated last spring, Becca is now working as the sole marketing coordinator for C2O Pure Coconut water. Read on to see what Becca has to say about her job! Tell us about your position. I am
Upon the close of spring semester of my junior year at Chapman University, I scrambled to find an internship that not only interested me, but would push me toward a career path I wanted to follow. This balance of interest, stability, and availability in a career is a struggle I share with many of my
Skilled giving: how young professionals could make a great impact despite not having the financial means to make large monetary donations. Through Forge54, volunteers are able to give thousands of dollars to a nonprofit by using their advertising, marketing, or publicity skill sets. I talked with Mina Zivkovic, one of the executive officers of the