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Bethany Alexander

Stephen Chamiok Stephen Chamiok is an advertising major in the College of Media & Communication. He is from Spring, Texas, and his graduation date is set for December 2016. Stephen hopes to have a career with a news station or a media agency.


Skylar Starbuck Skylar Starbuck is a master’s student in the College of Media and Communication from Clovis, N.M. Outside of school, you can find her working out at her local CrossFit box or photographing weddings on the weekends. Skylar graduates with her master’s in December and hopes to land a job in digital marketing.

Bethany Alexander graduated from the College of Media and Communication in August with a Bachelors of Arts in Public Relations. A Fort Worth native and a self-proclaimed Lubbock local, she is excited to start her new career in Houston.

Interns from the Texas Tech

College of Media & Communication Each year – for more than 40 years - Word Publications has hired Texas Tech interns. Their ideas and contributions are what make The WORD Magazine possible. These interns are given hands-on experience in writing, selling, designing, and layout – tasks they may soon be asked to apply in the “real world.” But the most important thing they contribute is their knowledge of college life during their time at Texas Tech. In turn, they are made privy to the inner workings of an office environment – from answering the phone to handling walk-ins to running errands – whatever it takes to make things happen.

The publishing business can be demanding at times - and we at Word Publications are grateful to have the privilege to work with such outstanding students. Texas Tech has several career fairs held each year. Employers are looking for potential interns and/or employees to hire. If you are wishing to fulfill your intern requirements – and are looking for a place to work - please be sure to attend at least one of the many career fairs held at Tech each year. It’s a wonderful place for businesses to meet students, and it also serves as the first step toward an interview. Who knows, maybe you’ll be one of our future interns.

The third-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking with the majority. The second-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking with the minority. The first-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking. - A. A. Milne

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The Word 2016-17  

A resource for students, faculty and staff learning the ins-and-outs of Texas Tech University.

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