Student Media

Role Purpose:

There are loads of different roles to choose from when you get involved as a volunteer with our Student Media groups.  The main purpose of all the roles is to produce either a student magazine or online radio shows.  Both groups are run by a small Committee that are elected into position by the members of the group.  So, you can volunteer to present a show or write an article and then choose to get more involved if you want to be more active.

 

Role Activities:

  • Writing articles for the magazine
  • Presenting a radio show, providing IT support or organising events
  • Editing magazine articles or designing the magazine
  • Be a member of either the Radio or Edit Committee and help co-ordinate activities and events, provide support to other volunteers

 

Role Benefits:

  • Develop communications, team work and problem solving skills
  • Network and meet new people
  • Shape and develop your media skills
  • Gain experience of a leadership role

 

How to Get Involved:

You can volunteer to get involved by signing up online, and one of the committee will get in touch.  Each group provides a training session to introduce you to the basics and then from there it’s up to you how much time you commit.  Committee positions are elected by members.

www.GCUstudents.co.uk/radiocaley                      www.GCUstudents.co.uk/theedit

 

    


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