Here is another interview with Bryan Murdock, Director of Service Learning and Community Engagement at Montclair State University viewing his testimony about the significance behind the service volunteer experience. Bryan explained about his involvement with service, impact as role model of leadership to the Bonner Leader AmeriCorps Program and the purpose performing community service for everyone.
Here is an interview with Beth Toussaint, coordinator for the Volunteer Resource Center at Montclair State University sharing her personal reflection of our MLK Day of Service. We will explore the significance of how the service volunteer experience impacted her,discuss other methods of community outreach and how inspired students become listening to another’s story.
Debbie Galant of New Jersey News Commons talks about how Hurricane Sandy created millions of citizen journalists via twitter and other social media platforms, and how old media is taking a backseat to the newer news platforms.
The Million Reporters of Superstorm Sandy.
Debbie Galant of New Jersey News Commons talks about Justin Auciello, founder of Jersey Shore Hurricane News and his trip to The White House to receive his Champion of Change Award.
Here’s an interview with Justin Auciello of Jersey Shore Hurricane News, a crowdsourcing platform that allows real people to both contribute to breaking news and use it as a resource for helpful information. You can learn more by clicking here, https://www.facebook.com/JerseyShoreHurricaneNews.
Here’s an interview with Debbie Galant of New Jersey News Commons. Here, we talk about how reporting and journalism has changed in the age of social media when it comes to storm coverage, and how posts and stories inspired people to participate in relief effort. Here’s a link to her article, “The Million Reporters of Hurricane Sandy.” http://njnewscommons.org/the-million-reporters-of-hurricane-sandy/