Columbia College Chicago Assembly: Career Paths After Columbia
February 5, 2013
The topic for the next Columbia College Chicago Assembly will be Career Paths After Columbia. Alumni and faculty will talk about their experiences and give insight about career paths after graduation. Speakers will include Celeste Ball, alumnae and News Writer at WGN-TV; Carol Rozansky, Chair of the Education Department; Stephen DeSantis, alumnus and Director of Academic Initiatives; Joanie Schultz, Theatre; and others.
Columbia College Chicago Assembly
Career Paths After Columbia
Friday, February 22
11 a.m. to Noon
Stage 2, 618 S. Michigan Ave., 2nd floor
Refreshments will be served
As a native Chicagoan Celeste Ball has utilized her roots and resources to break into the Chicago TV News industry and solidify her place in the nation’s third largest media market. Celeste started writing for the WGN Morning News in 2007 during the final semester of her senior year at Columbia College Chicago. In recent months, she has stepped up to the role as Producer of the Morning News broadcasts for CLTV. As a Broadcast Journalism student at Columbia College Chicago, Celeste took advantage of multiple opportunities and made each one count. Celeste has transformed an internship into a full-time job, and has been nominated for a local Emmy for her work with the WGN Morning News.
Have a topic you wish Columbia would discuss? Email the Columbia College Chicago Assembly Presiding Committee and suggest a speaker(s), firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Columbia College Chicago Assembly is an information sharing body, a think tank, empowering the college community through knowledge, dialogue and counsel. The Assembly provides opportunities for a shared voice on significant issues, both internal and external, that have impact on the College. The College Assembly will consist, at a minimum, of one presentation followed by an in-depth, lively discussion of the topic. All attendees will be encouraged to participate in the conversation in an effort to reach mutual understanding.