Ezzy Castro was a 2011 student who always wanted to be in TV News. She was already attending Miami Dade College pursuing a Journalism & Mass Communication degree but wanted to "BE" in the business sooner than later. She heard about Connecticut School of Broadcasting's Miami Campus and decided to enroll.
This week is National Teacher Appreciation Week! Here at Connecticut School of Broadcasting, you always hear phrases like "learn-by-doing from industry pros", and those words couldn't ring more TRUE!
Thank goodness tax season is over! If you're like many of our Connecticut School of Broadcasting graduates BEFORE they came to our school, the ritual of tax season always seems so depressing as you watch Uncle Sam take more of your earnings from a job you didn't really want to be at to begin with. Make this week the start of your exciting, new life and start working towards a rewarding career in the Broadcast Media!
Kyra Lasorsa was working for a national restaurant chain as a Hostess and other duties, when she decided she'd much rather Host her own radio show! After attending Connecticut School of Broadcasting's Needham, MA Campus a little over a year ago, she's been busy climbing the ladder at Cumulus Radio in Worcester, MA.
Noelle Fougere, a 2015 Connecticut School of Broadcasting Graduate was
up for anything after graduating. But heading on a cruise was the
furthest thing from her mind! Noelle was asked to set sail to Snorkel
Park Bermuda with Autism on the Seas (AotS).
While some places in the country are shoveling away the last few inches of snow, most of our minds are drifting towards Spring. The flowers are budding, the smell of the air begins to change, people begin sprucing up their homes with a thorough Spring cleaning and a sense of renewal begins. Why not make this Spring a time for a career renewal with Connecticut School of Broadcasting?
I’ll tell you what I tell my students. You have to treat it like you’re in the kitchen creating something delicious for the ears. The key to creating Digital Audio Awesomeness is, your script interpretation, sound f/x usage, music bed selection and volume levels.
We've moved past the months of resolution making and violating yet you still are unhappy at work. Have you ever thought about why? Does this change stem from an unsupportive boss, who'll never get you? Do you feel underutilized or unchallenged? These might be reasons for a visit to your HR department, the local watering hole for night out with friends or even a switch in your actual place of employment.
Greg Tanenbaum loves sports, and he knew he always had the talent to talk about sports in front of a camera. He just didn't know how quickly he would be doing it professionally, until his graduation from Connecticut School of Broadcasting's Westbury Campus.
Imagine being excited to go to work every day. It’s not a dream, and it can actually make your life and your outlook on it, a lot better, according to an article entitled “12 Reasons to Do What You Love for a Living” in Business News Daily. Experts say that when you love what you do, you feel more fulfilled, productive and motivated.
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