What does it take to put on a weekly broadcast? As part of her Senior Honors Research Project, UM News reporter Mahkia Clark filmed/photographed her fellow classmates during the production of one of their newscasts and edited together a video showing a behind the scenes look at the process, from story idea to final on-air product.
This week on UM News, anchors Jenna Heberden and Keeley Van Middendorp tell us about how the growing carpentry program at Missoula College is preparing students to enter the workforce. They also tell us how University of Montana students are helping local high school students step into the spotlight and about the upcoming Christmas activities on the UM campus. This week’s broadcast was produced by Holly Sinnema and directed by Cole Havens.
The increase of job opportunity in several fields highlight this week’s edition of UM News. Anchors Mahkia Clark and Allison Molin tell us about two Missoula College programs that prepares students to fill the expanding occupations in the culinary and carpentry fields. They also tell us how University of Montana students help local high school students achieve their singing dreams and they share with us the upcoming holiday events at the university. This program was produced by Mackenzie Enich and directed by Cole Havens.
A new report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates the hospitality field is growing. UM News reporter Mahkia Clark got a behind the scenes look in the kitchen at Missoula College to see what jobs are cooking up for culinary students.
A 2013 study by YouGov in conjunction with SallieMae financial services co. found four out of five college students have a job, while parents are paying 27% of their child’s education compared to 37% in 2010. But what other benefits are there to having a job while in college? UM News Reporter Keeley Van Middendorp finds out how a schedule with big demands means better grades.
The construction industry is growing. And with it, the need for skilled workers. UM News reporter Allison Molin and photographer Ed Huberman looked into a Missoula College program that’s teaching the next generation of tradesmen.
Auditions are being held this week for First Night Spotlight, a local high school singing competition held each New Years Eve. And this year, the Universities Entertainment Management program is helping put them on. UM News reporter Jenna Heberden listened in on how Hellgate High School is already stealing the judges hearts,
This week on UM News, anchors Mackenzie Enich and Holly Sinnema find out more about the Can the Bobcats food drive and how it’s helping feed families in need. They also look into a fundraiser where University of Montana students stay “Up ‘Til Dawn” to help children with cancer, and they share the details about a Butterfly House and Insectarium crawling its way into Missoula next year. Produced by Allison Molin, directed by Ed Huberman.
This week on UM News , anchors Jenna Heberden and Keeley Van Middendorp tell us how staying up for one night can help children stay up for good. They also discuss how one competition during Brawl of the Wild helps feed Missoula families, and a new insectarium that will be crawling into town in early 2015.
Produced by Mahkia Clark
Directed by Ed Huberman.
This Saturday is the 114th Brawl of the Wild football game, and another part of the rivalry helps Montanans feed their families. UM News reporter Holly Sinnema visited the Missoula Food Bank to find out more.