Are you the future of the broadcast industry? Then get yourself to the Broadcasting Career Builder Conference now! It’s hype. It’s straight fire. It’s where you need to be if you are looking to land that dream j-o-b. So don’t hesitate. Space is limited. Register today!
Each year BCBC connects broadcasting students from across Michigan with the state top industry leaders in radio and television. #BCBC19 will take place Friday, November 8, at Lansing Community College’s West Campus. Learn more and register to attend at MyBCBC.com.
Until then, check out some of this year’s exciting opportunities to “Connect with the PROs …”
All About Sports Broadcasting
On-Air sports broadcasting and professional play-by-play positions are one of the most sought-after careers for students, but sometimes those coveted roles can be few and far between. A panel of sports broadcasting professionals will share their insights on how you can start now to ensure your spot in the industry and give important tips on networking and internships. They’ll also discuss the business side of sports media and share why you should become an expert in all things sports related right now.
The Secrets News Directors Want You to Know
If getting the attention of a News Director isn’t enough, navigating the interview and follow up process can be even more complicated. What experience should I highlight? Do I really need to wear a suit? Should I wait to hear something or follow up right away? This panel discussion will focus on what News Directors expect through the interview process and help to set realistic expectations for new professionals. You’ll also learn about some latest trends in news and digital, and get a behind-the-scenes look at day-to-day newsroom life.
Resume and Cover Letter Workshop
Are you ready to begin your broadcasting and media career or internship search? Could your resume use some help? What you decide to put in your resume matters. Learn to make the most of your first impression tools by discovering what potential employers are looking to learn about you from your resume. During this session, broadcast professionals will critique resumes, give tips on how to best prepare for your career search, and provide tips on how to pass an interview successfully. Learn the most effective ways to build your professional network base to advance your career. If you wait until graduation in May to work on a resume it may be too late!
Speed Networking (Pre-Registration Required)
From high-level managers to on-air talent, 20 industry professionals want to meet you. You have five minutes to ask the most important question of your career … GO! This popular session allows emerging professionals a unique opportunity to meet with Michigan broadcast professionals in a personal, one-on-one style setting. Come prepared with great questions and ready to make a good impression.