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Student Media Agency

For students who have shown interest and ability in the intersections of video production, writing, design, marketing and organizational communication.

Apply Now to Be a Part of the Agency - Fall 2018

We look for students who have shown interest and ability in photography, video production (much needed!), writing, design, marketing, and organizational communication. Student Agency members should demonstrate a willingness to participate in brainstorming and ideation sessions, have a passion to learn, and be independent thinkers and responsible partners with the Communications team. Successful applicants should be highly self-motivated and capable of taking a project from start to finish.

As an extension of our Communications team, student agency members interface with multiple audiences on campus, and so an affinity for collaborating and working successfully with others is essential. 

Tell us about yourself! Please address the skills and talents you will bring to the agency; Elaborate on what you hope to learn and gain through the experience. (no character limit)

About Us

This is a competitive opportunity. Students may be asked to apply (nominated) by either faculty member or a staff member from College Communications. Students receive a stipend for this semester-long commitment.

As part of the agency, our students have produced many videos for College Communications and other campus clients, including Admission, Advancement, the President’s Office, Athletics and Student Life.

Here is a sampling:

Holiday 2017

Risk and Entrepreneurship 2016

Snapshot: the FUTURE Mentor, Annie Kopera ’17

Snapshot: Criminal Investigator, Danny Bocanumenth ’17

Risk and Entrepreneurship 2016

Snapshot: the FUTURE Mentor, Annie Kopera ’17

Snapshot: Criminal Investigator, Danny Bocanumenth ’17

Snapshot: The Bonner Leader, Ben Allwein ’18

Snapshot: Future Lawyer, Kisha Patel ’17

Snapshot: Science For Good, Tom Holt ’17

Snapshot: Neurobiologist  and Athlete: Remi Janicot, ’18

Summer in :60 | Marcus Wagner ’17