Auburn Seminary Media Training

Date(s) - 03/22/2014
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Brite Divinity School


On March 22nd, the Carpenter Initiative on Gender, Sexuality, and Justice will partner with Auburn Seminary for a free day long training session geared toward equipping “faith leaders and experts on religion to stand for justice through the press.”

In the training one can expect to:

•Learn the Top 10 Tips for speaking powerfully through the media and a messaging strategy designed for faith voices. These tools will equip leaders with skills to take their authentic voices and social justice or values issue and create a media-ready message that can platform their work to a new audience through television, radio, effective blogging, social media and op-eds.

•Receive preparation in creating strong messaging, learning how to harness the power of story. These tools are core to the Auburn Media Training curriculum for effective engagement.

•Receive on-camera training with guidance and feedback from the trainers. This work gives them key practice to tighten their messages and prepares them to be camera-ready for the public square of the media.

•Benefit from the wisdom of a carefully selected faculty that will include leaders in the field of communication and religion.

Maximum enrollment is 15 students, so if you are interested in participating in the event please register as soon as possible.

If you have any questions, please contact Amber Church