NBC Bay Area's Ian Cull will speak on a content creation panel at San Jose State University's Turn Up Your Communications Spuler Integrated Communications Summit on Wednesday, April 22nd.
Public relations and communications students at San Jose State University are holding this event to educate students and local professionals about engaging in the current market through various forms of evolving communication platforms. Attendees will be learning from experts within the journalism, public relations, marketing, communications and advertising industries and will be speaking on topics including:
How to find a job
Bryan Kramer - CEO of Pure Matter
Panel 1 - Analytics:
Panel 2 - How to Find a Job:
Kristina Gehret - Senior Account Executive at Glassdoor
Rene Siegel - President of High Tech Connect
Lorien Briggs - Account Manager at Crawford Group
Panel 3 - Creating Content:
Bridget Coates - Founder of EXP BBC
Marta Weissenborn - Senior Account Executive at McGrath Power
Ian Cull - Reporter at NBC Bay Area
David Ocampo - Owner of Milagro Marketing
A "South of the Border" lunch buffet will be provided, followed by a keynote speaker, three panel sessions and a "Meet Us After School" job/internship fair. Each panel session will host speakers to share their experience and expertise on a range of topics surrounding integrated communications. Each of the three panels will be offering two sessions, giving attendees the chance to attend two of the three panels.
"Meet Us After School" is a job and internship fair presented by SJSU's Public Relations Student Society of America which will allow attendees to seek career advice, internships and/or employment opportunities. Organizations at the fair include:
City of San Jose Environmental Services
Voice of Communications
Inner Circle Labs
Silicon Valley Foundation Group
WCG, W2O Group
San Jose State University Student Union Ballroom
211 South 9th Street, Second Floor
San Jose, CA 95192
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Integrated Communications Summit - 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Job Fair - 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Purchase tickets by Thursday, April 16 here. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door.
Joseph Garcia, Event Co-Chair
Audrey Diaz, Event Co-Chair
Stephanie Bautista, Job/Internship Fair Chair
About the School of Journalism and Mass Communications:
Founded more than 70 years ago, the SJSU School of Journalism and Mass Communications is the largest of its kind in Northern California. We offer undergraduate degrees in advertising, journalism and public relations, as well as specialized education in reporting/editing (newspaper), photo, magazine and electronic (broadcast) journalism. Our graduate program also offers a Master's in Mass Communications.
The key element connecting these disciplines: They all require development of individual and group critical thinking skills and current events knowledge, plus the ability to communicate clearly through words, images, audio, video and other means. These skills are the single most valuable commodity a job applicant can have in today's world. There’s no better place to learn and polish these skills than the SJSU School of Journalism & Mass Communications.