Clients Sought By USC Social Media Students

Social media students from the University of the Sunshine Coast are urging local business owners and nonprofit representatives to register to be their clients this semester for the course Social Media Content Curation and Creation.

Approximately 200 USC students will work individually with their client to develop a social media strategy and five pieces of content including a video to support the achievement of a business/organisational goal identified by their client.

At the end of the semester (mid June) clients will receive:

  • A free researched-based social media strategy to use at their discretion.
  • Five pieces of free social media content (including a video)
  • An invitation to our Social Media Networking Event to meet other clients from the course and USC Social Media Student Freelancers.

If you are interested, please register and Dr Karen Sutherland will be in contact in mid-March just before you are assigned a social media student.

Please note that students will not have direct access to your social media channels, and the assessment focuses only on social media.


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