for WMRT radio is about as "real-world" as you can get.
The station feels very professional. The type of music played on the
station is often unfamiliar to a student, so it's also a learning
process becoming knowledgeable about classical and jazz music."
graduate Joshua Walker
gives students a chance to "get your hands dirty" with real
world experience. The radio station experience can help you find a
job right out of college. I loved the relaxed atmosphere of a jazz
graduate Scott Nelson
been on-air for all six semesters and had the opportunity to learn
many different programs, which helped me at my summer internship."
MC graduate Kayt Sepic
at WMRT gave me so much experience. I learned how to use the equipment
better. The most important thing I feel that I learned was the computer,
I was able to understand the system a lot better.."
graduate Will Kauff