|Employer Site Visit: Twin Cities PBS (TPT)|
|4/7/2017 9:30 AM - 4/7/2017 12:30 PM|
|Twin Cities PBS (TPT)|
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This is an excellent event for CLA students interested in the fields of broadcast media, non-profit work, digital publishing, and many other related areas to media production. You'll have the opportunity to learn about different career opportunities for liberal arts graduates – and you'll hear directly from TPT staff with diverse educational backgrounds who work in different areas of the organization, such as development, production, digital publishing, marketing, legal, design and human resources. During the two-hour visit, you'll talk with employees, learn about TPT and career paths, and get a tour.
Twin Cities PBS is one of the most innovative public media organizations in the country. Our mission is about enriching lives and strengthening our community through the power of media. TPT is a prolific producer of local and national media content as well as a leader in digital publishing. For more information about TPT, please visit: http://www.tpt.org/
10:15 AM Welcome and overview of TPT / staff introductions
10:30 AM Speed Networking directions and Move to Breakouts
11:30 AM Thank you announcements, final questions
11:45 AM Building tours
12:00 PM Wrap up and good byes
How to register: You must register in advance. Log in to GoldPASS, click the Career Fairs/Events tab, click this event title, then click Register for Event. (More details about this event will be emailed to you after you register.) If you have questions, see the contact info below. Space is limited.
Transportation: Free bus transportation will be provided from the U of M's East Bank campus and back. Bus details will be emailed to registrants about one week before the event.
This event is free and open to all CLA students.
Thank you to the CLA Alumni Society for sponsoring this visit!
Questions? Contact Emily Loudon (firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-624-7577)