The story of Amy Phillips, a Towson University sophomore, that has an extreme passion and love for the art of dance. Amy has been dancing since she was in the fourth grade. She is co-captain of the Allure Dance Troupe, a club team at Towson. Read Amy’s Full story.
Towson University’s Office of Student Activities mission is to prepare students to be well rounded and actively engaged graduates of the university. Listen to this story of how the Assistant Director of Student Activities and Towson Graduate is encouraging students to get involved on campus.
It was the home opener for the Towson University’s football teams 2016-17 season,
Amy Phillips can remember the anxiety she felt on the sideline when thrown straight into the fire, on her first day on the job.
Phillips, a Towson University sophomore studying Mass Communications (Journalism & New Media) hopes to secure a job with a major news network once she graduates from college.
“I was thrown right onto the field with a camera in hand,” said Phillips.
It was Amy’s first day as an intern for the Towson Sports Network. She was given the responsibility to shoot video highlights of the Towson University’s football game against Saint Francis.
“Being in that exciting atmosphere was more than I could have ever imagined for my first day,” Phillips says. Continue reading “Students Taking Advantage of A Special Internship”
Over 250 Towson University students filed into the Chesapeake Room at the University Union Thursday, eager to land a job or internship.
Towson University’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) held its annual networking fair for Mass Communications and Communication Studies students.
“We put on the Mass Communication & Communication Studies networking fair in order to provide students with internships that relate to their major specifically,” said LeeAnn Summerlin president of Towson’s (PRSSA). “We invited companies related to advertising, public relations, broadcast journalism, and we even have some marketing communication. We like to have a spread to suit a variety of student interests.
There were over 25 employers on hand to potentially offer internship positions to students who qualify. Continue reading “Students Hoping to Make Connections That Could Last A Lifetime.”
Towson University Marching Band Trumpet player Brittney Everett discuses her love for playing music, and just how far she has come since picking up her first trumpet in the 4th grade.
Towson University Student Leah Volpe discusses with me why she decided to attend Towson. Leah talks about her future career as a fashion journalist and how she plans to accomplish this by making valuable connections at her internship in New York City.