Virtual Career Fair - Arts and Communications - S2021 | Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis

Virtual Career Fair - Arts & Communication


Arts, A/V Technology and Communications

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Careers in this pathway are related to humanities and performing, visual, literary, and media arts. These include architecture, graphics, interior and fashion design, writing, film, fine arts, journalism, languages, media, advertising, and public relations.
If you are a creative thinker, imaginative, innovative, and original this may be the career path for you!

Arts, A/V Technology and Communications

Audio and Video Technology
and Film
Printing Technology
Visual Arts
Performing Arts
Journalism and


Ben Arnet - Sports Director for KOMU 8 News

Matt Beckwith - Meteorologist with KOMU 8 News

Shawn Boyer - Production Director at  First Baptist Church of O'Fallon

Elizabeth Crabtree - Performing Arts Center Director 

Carlos Fernandez - General Manager for WGEM in Quincy

Kenton Gewecky - Chief Meteorologist for KOMU 8 News

Megan Judy - Senior News Anchor for KOMU 8 News, Broadcasting and Journalism

Jeff Mason - Author, Podcaster, Speaker and Customer Satisfaction Enthusiast with Simple Biz360 Podcast

Mike Renick - Radio Broadcasting for River Radio Cape Girardeau

Emily Spain- TV Anchor for KOMU 8 News

Need More Information?

For help with the JA Virtual Career Fair or JA Intermediate Virtual Career Fair  or to receive the complete curriculum that accompanies the JA Virtual Career Fair web content or the JA Intermediate Virtual Career Fairl web Content,  please contact Sheila Farrell  or phone at 636-634-1116.

Be a hero! Become a Virtual Career Volunteer! 
All you have to do is create a short video about your profession. Click here for more information or Contact Sheila Farrell  or phone at 636-634-1116.