Higher Education Direct Communications Staff
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Higher Education Direct Communications Staff mailing list allows you to market to communications specialists and professionals employed within 2 and 4 year higher education institutions. Communication staffs include positions such as editor and public relations personnel working in junior colleges, community colleges, and universities. They prepare and distribute newsletters and correspondence pertaining to school activities. These professionals have the purchasing power to buy supplies and equipment for the communications department and can be contacted by direct mail and email at their school location.
Communication is a vital in college and university institutions. Personnel employed in college communications departments have job titles such as: communications specialist, writer, editor, director of communications, marketing analyst, journalist, community relations director, webmaster, and public relations coordinator. These individuals are responsible for getting timely messages out to students, faculty, and the community. They prepare planned publications that are distributed on a weekly, quarterly, or annual basis like campus newsletters, magazines, pamphlets, articles, alumni newsletters, or annual reports. Communications professionals often handle public relations, advertising, and marketing for the college. They prepare and distribute press releases to announce the latest news and developments at the university. They put together advertising materials, email marketing campaigns, brochures, ads, and media kits to attract new undergraduate students and alumni. They write fundraising letters to potential new donors and continuing donors asking for assistance to support the school financially. Not only do communication staffs use print media to reach their audience, but they often write scripts for radio or television broadcasts promoting the school. Communications personnel have reached varied levels of education and hold high school diplomas, bachelor’s degrees, master degrees, and doctorate degrees.
Communication staff employees purchase laptops, computers, software, paper, book binding materials, printing press supplies, postage, mailing supplies, electronics, office supplies, audio/video equipment, desktop organization supplies, computer accessories, and office furniture. They also buy related apparel products such as dresses, slacks, blouses, shirts, footwear, and jackets to dress professionally for their positions.
The Higher Education Direct Communications Staff mailing list is ideal for multi-media providers, direct mail providers, fulfillment solutions providers, advertising agencies, printing supply providers, apparel retailers, media publications, electronics suppliers, software providers, computer manufacturers, school and office supply providers, and continuing education providers.