I am a multilingual media communications undergraduate with experience in radio, television and both online and broadcast journalism. Achieving to a high academic standard; expected to graduate with a high 2:1 and completed an exchange programme with the Ivy League University of Pennsylvania. I am self-motivated, pro-active and eager to contribute, shown through my experience as committee member on a children’s charity, correspondent for an online news platform, and numerous contributions to the university’s student media.
Researching, writing and broadcasting news bulletins on global, national, local and university news to update students. Additionally, presented a weekly fitness music radio show 'Xpress Motivation' where preparation included creating playlists, writing scripts, and discussing health and exercise related topics on air.
Presenting, editing and filming segments for CUTV entertainment and news including programmes such as 'Reel Talk' and '60 Second Headlines'.
Student advisor and tour guide for the international office at Cardiff University required excellent presentation skills, extensive knowledge about the university and city of Cardiff, and good interpersonal skills.
Service position that required outstanding customer service, waiting tables, bartending and enhanced communication, lingual and numeracy skills.
Service position where fulfilling customer expectations and effectively dealing with customer concerns was crucial. Superior customer service, punctuality, attention to detail, organisation, and teamwork skills were essential.
Correspondent for lifestyle, film, technology, science, and politics. Contributions focused on contemporary events and transformations within these fields and the global news media.
Sub-committee of Communication for Unicef on Campus where responsibilities included social media marketing, advertising, and organising several charity events throughout the academic year. The video bellow highlights our achievements (I discuss my role at 3:26).
Student Editor-in-Chief delegated tasks to contributors, organised and edited the layout and design of the school magazine, and managed the print and distribution processes including obtaining sponsors such as Starbucks.
An all-encompassing programme discussing current journalism practices to multi-media trends in popular culture including television, film, publishing and music.
Participants must undertake a minimum of 70 hours of extra-curricular activities, complete psychometric tests (Numeracy 71% & Verbal 79%) and attend employment opportunities such as professional networking events. Began in January 2015 and due to be completed by January 2016. http://www.cardiffstudents.com/jobs-skills/cardiff-award/