On November 13, Stories of Atlantic City partnered with Outlier Media and The Free Press to present the findings of a needs assessment conducted in Atlantic City. The assessment took into account the responses of Atlantic City community members.
I am a Junior majoring in Communications studies on the Journalism and Media Studies track. I minor in Writing and Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies. I am also a part of the public relations committee for Stockton's SET team, a student senator on the governmental affairs committee, and a media content producer for the Stories of Atlantic City. I have been writing for the Argo since the spring of 2020!
Stories of Atlantic City branches out through its community phone tree, invites students to volunteer
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