Training program providing unique student pathway

Training program providing unique student pathway

Training program providing unique student pathway

Training program providing unique student pathway

 
by Tristan Evert

For Bond University’s Emily Bradfield, the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games couldn’t have come at a better time as she lands a job with NEP Host Broadcaster.

As a 2nd year journalism student, the NEP training program now has Emily working in the Commonwealth Games International Broadcast Center (IBC) alongside hundreds of industry professionals.

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With the games on her doorstep, Emily said it’s an amazing opportunity to be a part of the games.

“NEP is giving us the opportunity to work amongst journalists, meet industry professionals and learn about the broadcast industry,” Emily said.

“The training program provides students with hands on experience giving us a massive head start heading in to the workforce.”

After university Emily aims to work in the broadcast industry with a passion for TV reporting and with the help of NEP, her foots already in the door.

“Working in the IBC has been awesome, I have seen idols and had the opportunity to learn from them,” Emily said.

“This opportunity not only allows me to engage and learn from industry professionals but also meet likeminded students with similar goals and ambitions.”

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NEP is investing into the next generation of broadcasters by providing students a unique pathway from university to workforce.