Career-specific job fair brings media outlets in direct contact with Hall School of Journalism and Communication students

Hall School students participated in Journalism Career Fair on April 20, bringing career-specific recruiters to campus.

Hall School students participated in Journalism Career Fair on April 20, bringing career-specific recruiters to campus.

Hall School of Journalism and Communication students got the opportunity to network, meet with employers and pursue job or internship opportunities at Thursday’s journalism career fair. 

Held in the Trojan Center ballrooms, the career fair featured 13 employers and was mandatory for HSJC majors and minors, said Robbyn Taylor, director of the department. 

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Berry family charitable trust will support students with adaptive needs

From left to right: Bryan Berry, Jayne Berry, Brad Blount, Lauren Cole, Dendy Mosely, Liz Berry and Allison Hughes.

From left to right: Bryan Berry, Jayne Berry, Brad Blount, Lauren Cole, Dendy Mosely, Liz Berry and Allison Hughes.

When it came time for Jayne Berry to look for colleges, she and her family knew they were looking for somewhere special. Diagnosed with a learning disability in the 7th grade, Jayne was looking for a school that was the right size and with the right support system to help her succeed. 

After considering several…

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Four tips for finding a great internship

Online networking via LinkedIn or Handshake can be helpful when searching for the right internship opportunity.

Online networking via LinkedIn or Handshake can be helpful when searching for the right internship opportunity.

As most college students know, finding an internship is a necessary step to finding a job and sometimes a requirement to get your degree.

I went into college with an internship already up under my belt and wasn’t too worried about gaining any additional experience, but it wasn’t until the summer before my junior year…

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Partnership is creating opportunities for students and community members in dispute resolution

A new partnership from Phenix City is creating learning and jobs for TROY students and community members.

A new partnership from Phenix City is creating learning and jobs for TROY students and community members.

A new partnership between Troy University, Columbus-based TSYS and VISA is resulting in certifications and jobs for students and others.

VISA has launched a certification program in dispute resolution, recognizing the need for having credit card processing professionals who possess specific conflict resolution skills. The multi-phased certification takes about 18 months to complete. Nine TROY…

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