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Category Pitches s23

Each student is to compose ONE blog post on the Cap Stones course blog in which they pitch THREE possible semester-long topic ideas from these four potential topic areas:

* one that re-envisions in significant ways a previous COM or COM-adjacent class project
* one that looks toward your possible future career and/or graduate educational journey that will showcase skills and approaches necessary for a job or graduate school admissions
* one that engages your personal/creative life in some way
* one that is just so out there that you could never imagine that it would be approved in any possible way but who cares you’re only in school for a few more months and this would just be so much fun I want to propose it anyway so I’m gonna go for it and see what happens

Each individual pitch must adhere to the following guidelines:

* no more than 250 words
* explains the project, why you’d be interested in completing it, and how it would challenge you in new ways
mentions which hardware and/or software you’d need to complete it
* quantifies the scope — that is, how many podcast episodes for how many minutes, how many photos, length of videos, etc.
* embeds or links to an example that is similar to the kind of thing you are thinking about

For your blog post:

* Choose a meaningful title
* Check the Pitches s23 category
* Add some related tags

Remember, you must have prior experience with the technologies and genres associated with your chosen project.

Due: 1/23 by the start of class

Jessica Smith- Senior Capstone

Senior Capstone Pitches:   Podcast– I have always been interested in creating a podcast because I have had a pretty crazy life. I would talk about some of the hard things I have gone through while sharing what I have… Continue Reading →

Jack Botto: Senior Capstone Potential Projects

1) Short Film Project Objective:  To create a professional-grade documentary-style film that portrays a fictitious story based on true events relating to my childhood band. Duration about 15-25 minutes. Additionally, create a small social media campaign/ profile for the production… Continue Reading →

Stephanie Wengler- Senior Capstone Pitches

Work-school balance: A documentary about the challenges and benefits of working professionally while going to school. Interview people who hire interns that are also in school, interview students in the internship course and students who didn’t receive credit for their… Continue Reading →

Joe Schreibman-Senior Capstone Pitches

Pitch #1: The Values of College beyond academics My first pitch is to discuss the values of college beyond just academics.  I plan to interview people at St. Joe’s, other universities, and college graduates.  I will turn this into a… Continue Reading →

Caitlin Reistle – Senior Capstone Pitches

Pitch #1: Rebrand of a Philly Sports Team This project would extend into my professional career, in hopes that I will land a job doing design, marketing, or social media work in the sports industry. The deliverables would include a… Continue Reading →

Lily McStravick – Senior Capstone Pitches

Pitch #1: A Lil Talking Pod Re-envisions in significant ways a previous COM or COM-adjacent class project My first idea would be to produce three more 20-30 minute podcast episodes for my mental health podcast I made during podcasting class,… Continue Reading →

Arianna Markatos: Senior Capstone Pitches

Idea #1: Creating a website for Lenamarkvids  My sister, Elena is a videographer/photographer and she’s been using an Instagram account to post her video edits and pictures. While she focuses mainly on sport edits, she also gets hired to make… Continue Reading →

Caroline Scallion: Senior Capstone Pitches ’23

Pitch #1: one that engages your personal/creative life in some way An Interview-Style Short Series About The Key To A Happy Marriage When I was in my Junior year of high school, I began a thread in my Notes app… Continue Reading →

Madison Mancino: Senior Capstone Pitches

Below are three different pitches for projects I could embark on this semester for my capstone project.   one that re-envisions in significant ways a previous COM or COM-adjacent class project This project would be an Instagram page that highlights… Continue Reading →

Aaron Tully – Senior Capstone Pitches

Revamp SJU Men’s/Women’s Rowing Social Media/Record Books The social media accounts of the Saint Joseph’s Rowing teams often have promotional race day content that lags behind other programs. The team record book on has not been updated since the… Continue Reading →

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