Friday, December 02, 2005


Possible job for multimedia journalism student

I got this from the Communication Career Services list. Most people get those emails too, but some don't because they're not registered. Anyway, here it is:


FAST Tex (Faculty and Student Teams for
Technology) is now accepting student applications
for project development. This program provides an
opportunity to collaborate with one or more
faculty members to create instructional
technology materials that will be used in UT
Austin courses and beyond. Student developers
should have the following qualifications: A UT
student registered for 6 hours through at least
until end of Spring 2006; Highly organized with
excellent communication skills; Proficient in
their specific technology areas (currently needed
skill areas include: Filming, Video/audio and
graphics production, DVD authoring, and Flash
animation). Benefits for the student: Real-life
project development experience for your resume;
Work with top UT faculty to develop their
projects; Build references and contacts for
later; Flexible hours; $10 hour starting. For
program details, 2006 project descriptions and
requirements, and the job application form go to:
Contact: Michael Mayrath, FAST Tex Assistant
Manager, Doctoral Student, Educational
Psychology, Learning, Cognition, & Instruction,
University of Texas at Austin

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