The cook and the cat know all about the broadcasting industry. They also know about teaching, sales, and sports. You may wonder, how did they become so knowledgeable? And what in the world do a cook and a cat have in common? The answer: broadcasting degrees.
Pamela Thompson has a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management. When she 스포츠중계 graduated college, she decided she was going to be a chef so she volunteered and did some private catering. The feedback she received was a bit curious. “People would tell me, ‘You did really well cooking, but it seems you enjoy talking about the food more than making it.’ I knew it wasn’t an insult,” she recalls. Thompson loved food and she definitely loved talking.
One day, while listening to the radio she heard an advertisement for the Connecticut School of Broadcasting (CSB). Then a thought occurred to Thompson, “Could I get paid to talk?” she wondered. Those with broadcasting degrees certainly do. She immediately looked into CSB. “I called them on a Thursday and they told me there was an open house that Saturday,” she recalls. She attended and knew right then and there that this is where she belonged. It’s here that she met Deborah Catacosinos.