Brian Magloyoan a St. Mary’s Alum now works as the assistant sports information director. He worked for the school for two years as an intern, and was offered a job after his graduation.
Month: September 2015
Eddie Paniagua is a junior history major a St. Mary’s University who is passionate about the colonial period and the Civil war. He plans to one day become a professor and do research in the field.
I’m really excited about what I can learn this semester. There are so many skills that I think will make me a valuable, attractive employee. I’m certain that one of the things that makes you a valued employee is being versatile. While I already have some experience in sports media being experienced in media production will help me in many ways. I believe that if I understand the process then I can think of more ideas.
I am excited that I’ll be able to produce some of my own work. I’ve interviewed people and made videos in the past, but now I’ll be able to edit and finish the work. This will allow me a chance to work on my schedule. I am also excited about updating my resume after the semester.
I am nervous about the workload of this class. I’ve had friends who have taken this class before, and they spoke about how much work it is. I know that dedication will be a huge part of this class, and it is something I am up for.
This course relates to my career, because I want to work in sports media. Having all of the skills I will learn from this class will help me immensely.
The students of the EA 3360 Media Production class, top row from left, Joe Rodriguez, Eddie Paniagua , Stacy Fowler , Mathew Martinez, Erick Cerritos, Ricardo Iruegas, middle row from left, Chelsea Aguilar, Sammantha Rodriguez, Galilea Morales, Lynette Montalvo, bottom row from left, Catherine Ortega, Michelle Michimani, Sarafina San Miguel, Ji Huen Han, and Paige Ganara posing for a picture at the start of the Fall semester.