STEPHENVILLE (March 26, 2015) — For the first time, Tarleton State University’s Department of Communication Studies is offering a free seminar on being the spokesperson for your organization.
Operation Organizational Spokesperson will highlight techniques for nailing on-camera interviews, crafting sound bites and preparing for crisis communication situations.
Limited to 24 participants, the sessions will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. on Monday, April 13, in room 394 of the O.A. Grant Humanities Building. Registration is now open online at www.tinyurl.com/operationos.
Participants will receive individualized hands-on training in Tarleton’s state-of-the-art media convergence center and TV studio. Students in an organizational spokesperson course have planned and will host the event.
“At Operation Organizational Spokesperson, we’re bringing the real world into the classroom,” said Dr. Sarah Maben, assistant professor. “Community leaders, area non-profit executives, volunteers and campus departments will gain hands-on experience in this workshop.”
For more information on this training seminar, contact Dr. Maben at 254-968-9751 email@example.com.
Tarleton’s Department of Communication Studies provides programs in journalism and broadcasting, public relations and event management, speech communication and teacher certification. To learn more about available programs, visitwww.tarleton.edu/communications.
Workshop supporters include a number of Tarleton offices: Transition and Family Relations, Student Engagement, the Welcome Center, Student Success and Multicultural Initiatives, Academic Readiness and Success, and the Planet 100.7 FM.