Today a member of our Rowan Blog team, Rachel Rumsby, shares advice about Rowan’s Foundation Scholarships. Rachel is a junior Communication Studies and Public Relations double major. Rachel is an on-campus resident from River Edge, NJ (Bergen County). Paying for school is a struggle for some. Applying to scholarships is a great way to help […]
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Learn How This Transfer Student Graduated Debt Free
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5 Financial Tips for Transfer Students
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Social Media Team is Seeking a Student Photographer
The Rowan University Social Media Team is looking for a student photographer. This position will assist with visual content creation to be used on Rowan University’s social media platforms, website and print materials. Tasks include taking photographs of campus, events, student life and more. The student photographer will also be responsible for some editing and cataloging photos.
As a photographer you will have the opportunity to attend a variety of University events, gain professional experience and have your work featured on many different Rowan University platforms.
You must be a full-time Rowan University student enrolled in the spring 2020 semester. This is a part-time, paid position. Duties include:
- Photography experience shooting with a DSLR camera.
- Demonstrating strong skills in organization and time management and the ability to work in a fast-paced, creative production environment.
- Proficiency with Adobe Creative products.
- The ability to work occasional nights and/or weekends.
HOW TO APPLY
Submit a cover letter, resume and photography portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to submit your application and video is January 31, 2020.
P.S. If you happen to feature your photography on your social media please share your handle with us!
Social Media Team is Seeking a Student Vlogger
The Rowan University Social Media Team is looking for a student vlogger. If you love starring in your own videos, editing videos and getting creative we want to hear from you! Specifically, we want to hear from you via a one-minute video showing us why you’re the perfect fit. JOB DESCRIPTION & REQUIREMENTS Rowan University’s […]