Getting the Shot

Junior Andrew Kerstiens waits a table at Buffalo Wild Wings Oct. 14. This photo accompanied an Oct. 30 article about sexual harassment in the workplace.

Have you ever thought about joining an organization on campus but just were not sure which one to choose (see page 7A)? Do you have a problem with fitting into the other clubs or organizations due to your schedule or otherwise? Do you have an opinion or viewpoint about an event or happening on campus or within student life? Would you like for that opinion to be expressed without any long-term commitment on your part? Need volunteer hours, resume building material or a $1,500 scholarship?

The Flor-Ala is actively in search of both volunteers and staff members for multiple positions including writers and photographers. We are offering a $1,500 scholarship to hire a staff photographer and are always looking for volunteers.

You can gain hands-on experience working in a fast-paced office environment, get your work published and make connections through hundreds of networking opportunities. Come join a friendly and unique staff and become a part of the news on campus. No experience is needed, and instruction will be provided to any who ask.

It is really enjoyable to share the most urgent stories the way that you saw them with the entire campus and Florence community. I feel a sense of belonging and purpose that I did not have before. We have an extremely skilled, creative staff who are all willing and able to help out with teaching anything from the basics to more difficult shoots like sports events.

Do not be shy, or feel you are not capable — we all start somewhere, and we would love for you to start here. Help us share the behind the scenes news, photos and information about your campus and become a voice of the Pride. Take a look at the work our current staff has contributed, and send your resumes with samples of your own work to [email protected]

To find out more information, come to our meetings Tuesdays at 6 p.m. in the Student Media Building, located at the Wood Avenue crosswalk.