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I'm applying for 2 positions on my university campus in the creative media division of our Associated Student group. The jobs I'm going for are either Writer/Editor or Marketing Assistant. I've had one promotions internship, and I only got to do one press release, and none of the slogans I ever came up with went to print. Because of this, I'm not sure how to even create my portfolio! I just barely finished working through the core courses in my major; I'm just now starting the big league stuff, but I know I'm capable of doing a good job, and it would be a great way for me to get some hands-on learning experience.

How do I position a portfolio? Does anyone have an example press release I could see? If I came up with slogans for the station for various projects, how would I do them on paper? I'm not especially gifted in the "logo design" area, so I don't want anything too fancy, but I don't want simplicity to detract from my slogans.

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
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