As we continue to speak to the fans of NASCAR and hear their concerns, we look at our systems to ensure that we have the solutions necessary. Many fans have asked about this career path and we have answered with increased coverage.
Deerfield Beach, FL (PRWEB) March 07, 2012
It seems that many NASCAR fans suddenly want to become more than just a fan - they want to work in the sport they love. One of the major fields that it seems many people want to get into is Broadcast Journalism. College Complete (CollegeComplete.com or 877-543-2655) recently added schools to its matching system to meet these fans' needs.
Jason Shatzkamer, President of College Complete said "As we continue to speak to the fans of NASCAR and hear their concerns, we look at our systems to ensure that we have the solutions necessary. Many fans have asked about this career path and we have answered with increased coverage."
Broadcast journalism is a broad topic that encompasses many careers such as producers and directors, advertising sales agents, telecommunications line installers and repairers, general and operations managers, camera operators for television, videos, and motion pictures, reporters and correspondents, radio and television announcers, office clerks, broadcast technicians, and finally, customer service representatives. In NASCAR, any of these jobs are possible. A few great examples are Wendy Venturini, Krista Voda, Steve Byrnes, and Jamie Little.
To get a broadcasting job, specializing in reporting on television or radio, at FOX, SPEED or ESPN, a Communications or Journalism degree is recommended. Other degrees that may help would be general business, marketing or public relations. Luckily, those two majors are offered at over 1,300 colleges across the country and can be taken online or on campus. Many of these colleges will teach how to write properly for television, how to speak well while broadcasting on the radio and television, the art of production - which is extremely important for knowing how everything works and which cameras to look at while broadcasting (if on television) and will often provide classes for valuable broadcasting experience.
If someone has this as a dream job, College Complete can help out immediately. Since a degree in Communications or Journalism is needed, College Complete can help to find the school that offers the best program for everyone and that will lead to every fan's happiness in the future. Free Education Advice is available at collegecomplete.com or 877-543-2655.
About College Complete
Partnered with hundreds of educational institutions and across all types of education goals, including traditional college degrees, trade and vocational certifications, and professional licensure, College Complete helps students assess all of the information that exists in the public domain, allowing them to understand and make sense of their educational opportunities. Their services are free and available to anyone. Whether the interest is in Art and Design, Business, Computers and Technology, Criminal Justice, Education, Healthcare and Medical, Science and Engineering, and much, much more; if you’re an Electrician, a Nurse, an Automotive Mechanic, a Teacher, a Police Officer, or you’re simply interested in learning Computer Programming, Networking, Web Development, or Graphic Design College Complete is available for you at no cost. You can reach them by filling out a form on their site or calling to speak with your personal Education Advocate at 877-543-2655. College Complete has an initiative to assist those in the US Armed Forces and their families and is able to assist in identifying schools that will not only provide the educational requirements of the soldier, veteran or family member but will do so in a cost effective manner.