Thursday, June 7, 2018

"Communications Consultancy" Course Challenges USF Graduate Students to Develop Campaigns for Local Nonprofit Organizations

Tonight is the first in-person meeting of my class "Communication Consultancy," attended by students enrolled in University of San Francisco's MA in Professional Communication program (MAPC). This class provides the practical skills and real world experiences of working in a communication consultancy in partnership with a professional organization facilitated by MAPC faculty like me. 

My 9 students are divided into three teams. Each will develop an appropriate communications initiative to help a local non-profit organization to address a key strategic objective. Organizations working with my students this summer are LatinaVIDA, Randall Museum, and SFMade.

The class concludes on August 9, 2018, when students present their campaigns to representatives of the three organizations. 

Go here to view the syllabus for the course. 

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