- Messiah Terminal
- The Swinging Bridge
- Pulse FM
- The Clarion
So you’d like to work for the Pulse?
We’re all about the fact that you’re interested. Most applications for fall semester employment are due February 28 (except for Student Director and Editor-in-Chief). See below for directions. Read all directions thorougly–if we do not receive all parts of your application, you will not be considered for an interview.
1. Download the Pulse Team Application.
We’re not just about recruiting individuals; we’re about building a team. Everyone working for the Pulse next year needs to fill this out.
2. Download the Pulse Recommendation Form.
Send it to two professors/mentors/supervisors who can verify all the admirable traits you have.
3. Browse through the rest of the job applications.
Pick the one (or ones) that strike your fancy, read up on the job description and submit as many applications as you’d like.
4. Make sure all your material gets to our inbox at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 28 (or February 10 for Student Director or Editor-in-Chief applications)
The Pulse Team
Pulse Student Director creates the vision, motivates the troops, and spreads the mission of the Pulse around the campus. Application Due by February 17
The Social Media Team
Pulse Social Media Manager thinks thoughtfully and creatively how to use the internet and social media to raise awareness on campus.
Pulse Web Manager designs and updates the website, and seeks innovative ways to engage students with the Pulse online.
The Design Squad
Pulse Design Manager leads a team responsible for creating graphics and publications for Pulse like brochures, advertising material and newspaper.
Pulse Design Assistant (2) executes vision in the Pulse in a visual way by designing almost anything the Pulse puts into print.
Pulse Office Manager answers the phones, represents the Pulse at open houses, makes sure the office is stocked, and assists the Student Director.
The Business People
Pulse Business Manager sells ads to outside businesses and creates the Pulse’s fiscal policy.
Pulse Business Assistant works to represent the Pulse to the outside world and crunches the numbers.
The (Wo)Man Behind the Camera
Audio/Visual Manager makes sure the photography team knows their places and works to build Pulse video presence.
Audio/Visual Assistant takes photos and video of major events.
Editorial (and Story) Board (The Swinging Bridge)
Pulse Editor-in-Chief supervises writers, scouts out new stories, and oversees the production of the newspaper. Application due by February 17
Pulse News Editor scours the campus both for breaking news and investigative stories that can be covered via the newspaper, radio station, or video.
Pulse Features Editor works on big projects for the newspaper, and assists the News Editor as an extension of the Pulse news team.
Pulse Sports Editor works with Messiah Athletics to get the inside scoop about feature spots stories that can be covered via the newspaper, radio station, or video.
Pulse Arts and Entertainment Editor talks with SAB and other people on campus who make events happen and studies the chaos of pop culture for stories that can be covered via the newspaper, radio station, or video.
Pulse Opinions Editor mobilizes writers to express their thoughts about politics, the great outdoors, the latest popular book series, or a broken college policy.
The Voices on the Radio (WVMM)
Radio Station Manager promotes station across campus, recruits DJs, and advertises and arrange radio station giveaways.
Radio Station Assistant puts sports games on the radio, loads Public Service Announcements and makes sure web presence is updated.
Pulse Station Music Coordinator picks and screens the music and lets record companies know their tracks are getting airtime.