- In a inbetween stage.
- Prepare for a future after College.
- New careers popping up everywhere
- Communication is changing constantly
- New Ways of Communication
- Church Newsletter
- Microsoft Stories
- Project Spark
- FinFun (website developed by a former BYU-I student, and is now the company’s social media director)
- Dumb Ways to Die
- Mormon Temple LDS Rexburg Idaho (DJI Phantom)
- Communication is Storytelling
- How to become a great storyteller.
- It starts with a SEA change
- Skill: multi-talented professional. WordPress, Adobe, Google, Etc.
- Experience: Do what you love NOW!!
- Attitude: self-discipline, do your best, and be your best.
- “You Gotta Wanna” do it above anything else
- Being World Class is hard to do.
- All about your perception.
- News Sites, and Entertainment Stories
- It starts with a SEA change
- The 10K principle
- devote 10,000 hours to something and you will be great.
- Want a Extra Edge
- Immerse yourself into your major.
- Create something unique.
- Specialize in something helpful.
- Unite with like minded individuals (FILM SOCIETY!!!)
- build professional Network
- Challenge Yourself
- Your unigue Brand
- Right place, Right time.
- Off track 10k Checklist
- Ethics: The discipline concerned with what is morally good or bad
- What do we value? Family? Religion? Job? Truth & Facts?
- In Communications, we value Truth, Facts, and the Written Word
- Copyright: “a legal right created by the law of a country, that grants the creator of an original work exclusive rights to its use and distribution” -Wikipedia
- Anne’s Law in 1709
- U.S. Constitution Article 1 Section 8 in 1787
- only for a limited time – must renew frequently
- What you can’t copyright
- or Natural Resources
- You can copyright
- your experessions of ideas, facts, processes, etc.
- In order to copyright, you must have…
- An original work.
- fixed in a tangible format.
- Six rights of a Copyright holder
- Public Performance
- Public Display
- Derivative Works
- Moral rights
- Copyrights can be held…
- for a life of the author + 70 years
- 125 years for companies
- Plagiarize: To steal the words of another person, and try to pass off as your own
- The most frequent crime commited by college students
- All sources must be cited in your paper
- Fair Use: to use a small amount for the following uses.
- News Report
- Critical Commentary
Shela Wener: Internships
1. Why Internships?
a. Looks good on a Resume
b. Gain Experience
c. Gain contacts
2. 5 important steps
a. Invite the Lords help
b. Clarify your goals
c. Plan ahead – 2 semesters in advance
i. Quality Internships come through preparation
d. Use multiple resources
e. Be open minded
a. COMM 498R
b. Minimum 15 hours/week for 7 weeks = 1 Credit
c. 150 hours = 2 credits
d. 250 hours = 3 credits = Maximum
e. Register w/ Career Navigator
f. Get approval BEFORE YOU START WORKING
a. Department Internship Coordinator- Melissa Bair
b. BYU Management Society – marriottschool.byu.edu
c. BYU-I Connect
d. Career Navigator
e. Expeditions and Service Missionaries
f. Other Students/ Former Interns
g. Career Fairs
h. People you know
j. Make yourself an Asset.
5. Networking Crash Course
a. Mondays 3:30 pm, Friday 2:00 pm
b. MC 127A