By Jared Kennedy
Brady Jones, a page designer at the Omaha World-Herald, will lead The Gateway Student Newspaper‘s next installment of the Journalism Boot Camp lecture series tonight.
Each month a guest speaker from The Omaha World-Herald visits the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s student newspaper office, which is located in Room 113 of the Eppley Administration Building, to share about his or her profession.
The intent of the program is to connect professionals and college students in the following fields of communication: newsprint, photography, graphic design, layout design, broadcast and radio. During the hour-long lecture series, students will ask questions about the professional’s “real world” experiences.
The 6:30 p.m. event is free and open to the UNO community. Limited space. RSVP by emailing email@example.com
Video: Learn more about The Gateway’s Journalism Bootcamp
Click below to watch a short video News Editor Jared Kennedy created explaining why The Gateway hosts Journalism Boot Camp. Featured in the clip is Omaha World Herald Sports Deputy Graham Archer who spoke at the October session.
Also in the video, you’ll catch glimpses of Editor-in-Chief Zane Fletcher, Sports editor Jackson Taylor, Opinion editor Phil Brown, Layout Designer Kelly Bast, and Publications Manager Josie Loza.
Can’t make this event? Don’t fret.
Join us next month when Omaha World-Herald photographer Chris Machian discusses photo and video tricks of the trade 6:30 p.m. Dec. 7. Machian is a UNO alum who worked for the student newspaper during his years in college.