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WJ students want to hear your stories!
Here's the first one: http://www.wjpitch.com/feature/2016/04/12/how-a-wj-alum-wrote-37-years-of-history/
Last December, I met with 30+ WJ students who work on The Pitch newspaper and The Pitch Online to learn if Pitch reporters and editors would like to write about WJ alumni who graduated a half-century ago. Their answer was an emphatic Yes! But in addition to sharpening their interviewing and writing skills, Pitch staff want to speak with WJ alumni (especially former Pitch staff) who have worked as journalists or as non-journalists in communications and arts fields.
Students are interested in all professions and careers─ academia, athletics (athletes and non-athletes), biology, business, engineering, law, physics, public service, medicine and health care, arts, crafts, and performing arts, and more.
WJ66 alumni who share life experiences will enlighten today’s students about: family life, vocations, education, military and volunteer service, triumph over personal tragedy, decision making, unexpected joys and accomplishments─ just to name a few.
Please take a moment now to email me your name, contact data for the Pitch faculty advisor, and, if you wish, a story idea, such as:
Ron Sherrow, WJ66
WJ66 50th Reunion Committee
Read the Pitch Online interviews with 50th reunion classmates as part of their series "50 Years Later"