Co-curricular Leadership Applications
From this page you can access the application forms for our departmental co-curricular leadership positions.
Deadline for applications is FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014.
The Correspondent News Director is responsible for the day-to-day organization and operation of the Correspondent. The News Director is also responsible for producing and overseeing production of each Correspondent episode throughout the entire process: from scheduling to placement on the web.
The Studio Operations Manager is responsible for all technical setups, maintenance, and care of studio and editing suite equipment for GCTV.
FiveCore Media’s Assistant Producer will be a student(s) from the Communication Department that has shown leadership, commitment and initiative. This student(s) will assist nad report to the FiveCore Media General Manager. The Assistant Producer(s) will perform a variety of tasks as it pertains to FiveCore Media’s contracted projects. This student(s) will coordinate and direct field production activities, assist editing and post-preduction process and serve the general operational needs of FiveCore Media. Strong technical and leadership skills are needed to coordinate student crews and manage clients in a professional environment.
The Maple Leaf editor is responsible for the overall concept, design, management, and production of the yearbook. The editor delegates responsibilities to other staff leaders and supervises their work and works with the faculty adviser to meet the budget. The editor receives a stipend from the Communication Department.
The Record editor is responsible for the overall concept, management and production of the campus newspaper for one semester. The editor selects staff members, delegates responsibilities to them and supervises their work. The editor also works with the faculty adviser to discuss and evaluate editorial content and budget concerns. The editor is responsible for the overall content of The Record. He or she receives a stipend from the Communication Department.
The station manager works with the WGCS General Manager on the overall sound, operation and quality of the radio station. Additionally, the station manager will delegate and supervise the responsibilities of other student staff leaders and operators. The term of station manager is for one academic year beginning in the summer, or with the upcoming fall semester. The WGCS Student Station Manager receives a scholarship from the Phil Smith Endowment through the Communication Department.
The managing editor of Goshen Commons is responsible for community news coverage on the site for one semester. The editor selects student staff members, delegates responsibilities to them and supervises their work. The editor works alongside the faculty member who serves as excecutive director of the site. The managing editor receives a stipend from the Communication Department.