April / May 2012 Seniors
Major: Television-Radio Production (Audio Concentration)
Started working for CC&ES: Summer 2010
Job Title: Audio-Visual Technician
Skills you've learned while working at CC&ES: Live concert mixing, management skill-sets, lighting set-up and design
Best part about working for CC&ES: "Meeting all the new employees as well as learning the aspects of live audio."
One crazy fact about Hans: "I started audio mixing in middle school after blowing the schools power. I also tend to use crazy sound effects while telling stories."
Major: Communication Management and Design
Started working for CC&ES: December 2009
Job Title: Lead Event & Marketing Coordinator
Skills you've learned while working at CC&ES: "The variety and depth of skills I've learned while working here at CC&ES is endless. The most obvious ones being how to plan, manage, and market events but also how to manage my time efficiently, how to provide excellent customer service, how to manage and lead a team, and I think most importantly is learning to deal with change. Change is always constant and be able to manage change is a critical skill in the world of event planning."
Best part about working for CC&ES: "It is truly difficult to choose just one part about working for CC&ES...However if I had to choose I would say the culture and the people are by far what makes this experience so rewarding. The culture and people of CC&ES allows for students, especially EMC's, to get real life experience planning events and allows us to apply the concepts and principles we learn within our Communication Management and Design curriculum. It has been one of the most rewarding opportunities I have had during my four years here at Ithaca College."
One crazy fact about Stephanie: "I have an unhealthy obsession with Red Velvet desserts. I like to think of myself as a Red Velvetier!"