- Have you met with your advisor to discuss your classes for the fall? Student Online Registration begins next week 03/27/2017-04/02/2017. Sign-up sheets should be outside of the door of your advisor. Or send an email just to check in. You will have online access beginning at 6:00 a.m. on the following days: Seniors (84+ Credits) and Graduate Students 03/27/2017 – 04/02/2017 Juniors (54-83 Credits) 03/28/2017 – 04/02/2017 Sophomores (24-53 Credits) 03/29/2017 – 04/02/2017 Freshmen (0-23 Credits) 03/30/2017 – 04/02/2017 Be sure to change the term to 2017/FA and allow popups in your browser.
- This discussion with two Washington Post reporters should be lively!
- Here's who you need to know to have brand influence online.
- Preregistration advising begins today! Please plan to meet with your advisor this week to discuss what classes you plan to take in the fall. Some new MC/CT/EP elective class to consider include MC 228 Digital Marketing Principles and Strategies, MC299 Typography, MC347 Photojournalism, and MC 327/BA499 Professional Blogging. Student Online Registration begins next week 03/27/2017-04/02/2017. Be sure to change the term to 2017/FA and allow popups in your browser. You will have online access beginning at 6:00 a.m. on the following days: Seniors (84+ Credits) and Graduate Students 03/27/2017 – 04/02/2017 Juniors (54-83 Credits) 03/28/2017 – 04/02/2017 Sophomores (24-53 Credits) 03/29/2017 – 04/02/2017 Freshmen (0-23 Credits) 03/30/2017 – 04/02/2017
- This Norwegian research study finds that students retain information better if they write it rather than type it. What do you think?
- NESCom at Husson University is now offering certificates in digital marketing, graphic design, web media and more. There is a free breakfast next Tuesday for anyone who would like to know more. RSVP at husson.edu/nescom/learn
- The American Academy of Pediatrics, Maine Chapter located in Manchester has a paid 10 hour a week summer Multi & Social Media Production internship available. If you are interested contact Morgan in Husson University Career Services.
- Unity College has job opening in media relations. You would be joining a terrific staff!
NESCom at Husson Univeristy places a high priority on providing students with an opportunity for gaining professional experience while in school. Internships, unpaid work experiences for which academic credit is earned, can be arranged for students entering their junior or senior year.
Internships require both a minimum grade point average and a faculty recommendation. The internship includes 135 hours of training at an outside organization. Students are awarded three credits upon completion and will be graded on ability, determination, and interest.
NESCom has arranged internships at a wide range of business throughout the entire country. The student’s interests and skill set are matched with an appropriate company. Marketing Communications students have done internships at the following organizations:
- American Honda (Los Angeles, CA)
- Bangor Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (Bangor ME)
- Maine Discovery Museum (Bangor ME)
- UMaine Athletics (Orono, ME)
- Community Health and Counseling (Bangor, ME)
- Downtown Bangor
- Maine Coast Memorial Hospital (Ellsworth, ME)
- Kemp Goldberg Partners (Portland, ME)
- Bangor Mall
- Maine State Museum (Augusta, ME)
- MOB Media (Foot Hills Ranch, CA)
- New Breed Marketing (Winooski, VT)
- Northern Michigan Regional Hospital (Petoskey MI)
- Sephone Interactive Media (Bangor ME)
- Sutherland Weston Marketing Communications (Bangor, ME)
- United Way of Eastern Maine (Bangor, ME)
- Bangor Hydro
- Bangor Metro Magazine
- Cashman Communications (Bangor, ME)
- Carnival Cruises (Miami, FL)
- Darling's Honda Nissan Volvo
- Day's Jewelers
- Eastern Maine Community College
- Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems
- Greater Media Boston (Boston, MA)
- Hollywood Casinos
- Lisbon Community Federal Credit Union
- USDA Rural Development
- Stacey Margot Photography
- Silver Knights Chess
"NESCom prepared me for my career by taking me out of the classroom and into the community to strengthen my skills. The opportunity to work with real clients on real projects gave me the chance to apply everything I had learned to help local businesses and organizations. My classmates and I were no longer learning about real life situations-we were practicing them. This is a valuable experience every student should be fortunate enough to have."
Jillian Piehler, Class of 2009, Marketing Director, Sutherland Weston Marketing Communications