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Looking for hands-on film experience? Rambler Productions is seeking applications from qualified students to assist in video production projects.
Rambler Productions is a media production service team managed by School of Communication staff and operated by students. Clients include various departments and groups at Loyola, as well as surrounding Chicago-area groups.
Serving as a member of the [...]
As part of Loyola University’s Weekend of Excellence, the School of Communication will recognize the work of our students with a Showcase & Awards Ceremony on Friday, April 19, 2013 from 1 – 3 p.m.
The Student Showcase includes video or audio projects, websites or blogs, advertising or public relations campaigns, and published articles. School of [...]
Loyola University Chicago’s School of Communication is happy to announce the date of our annual High School Digital Storytelling Workshop. This year’s workshop will be held from early evening June 16 – June 21, 2013 on Loyola’s Water Tower Campus.
The city of Chicago will serve as the backdrop for students to create digital media, live [...]
Ready for the Career & Internship Fair on Tuesday? The School of Communication’s Director of Career and Internship Services recommends the following:
Before the Fair:
Research the Top 5 companies that you are interested in and then pick 3 additional organizations you don’t really know anything about
Check the list of employers (listed on the SOC blog)
Go to [...]
Your resume is the building block of your career – is it ready for a hiring manager to review? Should you include an objective? Does your education belong at the top or the bottom of a document? Lucky for you, we’ve got a group of industry professionals ready today to critique your resume, answer these [...]
Holding tight to your college wardrobe? As a Loyola alumna, I can attest to the glory days of hoodies and jeans. I miss them terribly, especially on snowy days like today. Inevitably, I held a few internships and upon graduation, started my quest for employment, like all of you will. After I bid farewell to [...]
Tell me about yourself. Why do you want to work here? Where will you be in 5 years? What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Nervous? Don’t be. That combination of questions above is, simply, the result of a Google search on the most common job interview questions. Upon being called in for an interview, you might [...]
Your resume is the building block of your career – you’ll need it in tip-top shape to get results.
Ever opened a blank word document and wondered how to tie in your academic, professional and co-curricular experience into a dynamite resume? Do you look at young alumni and wonder how they landed their first job? Thinking [...]
Lights, camera, action: are you ready to go on the career stage? In this case, it’s more like resume, elevator speech, firm hand shake, action. Career Week’s interactive resume, interview and fashion workshops have prepped you for the big Career & Internship Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 5 and now it’s the time to shine.
Put your [...]
Yesterday, School of Communication alumna and human resource recruiter all-star, Monica Harris, shared her path to career success. As a Senior Recruiter for the Jacobson Group, Monica has seen it all in terms of resumes, cover letters and interviews. After all, your resume is the building block of your career – you’ll want to take [...]