Monthly Archives: March 2018

Job Shadow – Midwest Family Broadcasting (Updated)

By: Kailey Collar After spending quite a bit of time listening to and observing writers for different newspapers, I wanted to experience another aspect of journalism: broadcasting. A radio broadcasting building has several different studios, and each studio is broadcasting … Continue reading

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Job Shadow- Volume One (updated)

When most people think of journalism, they may envision a busy newsroom packed with editors frantically typing away at their keyboards, a scene of a recent fire filled with various reporters searching for victims to interview, or a politician being … Continue reading

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Preparing students for the “age of the gig”

By Kinsey Johnson NPR’s lead education blogger speaks of the changes in today’s increasingly priced higher education, and the impacts choices after college can have on a planetary level. Anya Kamenetz spoke optimistically to her audience of about 150 students … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Middle School Special Education Teacher.

By: Erin Gietman Teachers today undoubtedly have stressful jobs, but it is also a career that can be very rewarding. When you add students with disabilities into the mix, their jobs can be even tougher, but sometimes equally more gratifying. … Continue reading

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Job Shadow

By Dylan Genrich For my Job shadow I wanted to shadow someone in the journalism business, ideally a reporter or editor. I was very hopeful when I reached out to Eau Claire’s newspaper, Leader Telegram, asking whether it would be … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Andy and Rachael Dick, Hill- Properties Inc.

By: Meagan Weber As a nursing major, I have job shadowed many different medical-field related jobs, so for this project I decided to do something a little different. That brought me to Andy and Rachael Dick, a couple with their … Continue reading

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Job Shadow – Dylan Tinberg

A young, ambitious, and truly successful employee like Dylan Tinberg is in fact not a common sight. 20-year old full-time, cross-trained manager at Metropolis, one of Eau Claire’s best relieved the four-star resort, a student of the month at Chippewa … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Morning News Anchor Tyler Mickelson

By Grace Clemens A morning news Anchor must be vivacious, confident and a people person and that is a perfect description of reporter, Tyler Mickelson. After years of job changes and moving across the country, Mickelson finally sits in the … Continue reading

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Job Shadow with Andrew Dowd

When given the assignment to shadow a profession of my choice, I knew I wanted to take the opportunity to see through the eyes of a reporter. I became declared as a journalism major last spring and was excited to … Continue reading

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Catherine Emmaunelle Job Shadow

soundcloud By Emily Geving I decided to job shadow Eau Claire City Councilwoman Catherine Emmanuelle for this assignment. Emmanuelle was appointed to City Council in 2012 and officially elected in 2013. She is the first Latinx to serve on the … Continue reading

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