Another great Career Chat Friday was to be had last week on 4/10. The focus of this discussion was on internships. Here’s the re-cap:
Excuses, excuses, excuses…
Excuse: attempt to lessen the blame attaching to (a fault or offense); seek to defend or justify.
Or as I like to think the definition of an excuse is the polite way of saying, “I really don’t want to do this.”
Sorry it’s been awhile since I posted. I was enjoying the beaches at Golf Shores, AL……along with 20 high school soccer playing girls! All in all a great time but I missed sharing the great opportunities at the last two Career Chats. Here’s the re-cap: March 27th – MMI Alumni and part owner of Elite Clientele Divi
The next MMI Career Chat Friday is set for March 27th, Building B at 1pm. Elite Clientele, an MMI graduate owned production company, will be here to discuss their current opening for audio engineer. They also contract work with videographers, editors, and graphic and web designers. Co-owner Divine Wilson will be here to chat with us!
Special Delivery: Resumes (Part 2) Confidence will carry you! Confidence or self-assurance in the application and interview process starts with having a well-crafted résumé. Your goal should not be limited to having the best looking résumé but should also aim towards writing a résumé that emphasizes your valuableness and achievements. Your belief in your ability to perform a job is a key intangible that you must convey to prospective employers.
The next MMI Career Chat Friday is set for March 20th, Building B at 1pm. Majic Productions, a sound, video and lighting production company based out of Brookfield, WI will be onsite to discuss their current openings including an Audiovisual Technician position. To learn more about the company go to http://majicpro.com/about-us/.
The next MMI Career Chat Friday is set for March 13th, Building B at 1pm. Segredo’s Nightclub will be here to discuss their current openings of both an events coordinator intern and a social media intern. MMI grads currently work at Segredo’s and started themselves in internship positions.
On Saturday, March 7th, the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association (WBA) announced its award winners for outstanding and exceptional student productions. Competition included entries from universities and colleges throughout the state. Madison Media Institute swept the Long Form Production (TV) Non news category.