Timothy Dashiell Resume
My goals are to graduate from Towson University in May 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications. After completion of my academic career at Towson I wish to attend the Philip Meril School of Journalism at University of Maryland College Park and earn a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. After college, my goal is to begin a career as either a Sports Journalist or a Sports Broadcaster.
Education (Towson University)
Current GPA- 3.17
Major- Mass Communications with a concentration in Journalism and New Media
Minor- Electronic Media and Film
Job and Internship Experience:
Skills and Expertise:
Sports Journalism- Radio and Digital Media
Video and Audio Editing
Sporting Event Coverage
On Camera Interviews
The Lunch Table Blog Show LLC. (Currently)
My Freshman year at Towson (2016), I joined a college organization where I was able to apply and expand my skills from the Magnet Program at Randallstown (see below) to improve my leadership skills as well as my on air and writing skills. I was named as host of my own Segment “Talking with Tim”. With TLT I have been able to host numerous events on campus in joint projects with Towson University CAB (Campus Activities Board), and The Lambda Beta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.
Following my Freshman year, I was named the Host Coordinator where I was in charge of supervising and developing aspiring hosts within the organization, following my junior year, I was also given the title of Vice President (along with keeping my Host Coordinator Position) for the 2019/2020 school year.
Summer Orientation Leader
As a summer orientation leader at Towson University, I worked alongside other Orientation Leaders, Office Staff, Student Directors and Professional Staff from numerous departments at Towson University to facilitate the orientation process for almost 5000 students and 3000 family members. My responsibilities were to represent and model all the positive qualities of a TU student, serve as a positive resource for students and family members who may have questions, familiarize new students with campus services and building locations, foster an environment that helps new students develop an identity as TU community members and encourage student involvement as members of the TU campus community
Reporter Intern, Digital Sports, Fall 2015
As an intern for Digital Sports my responsibilities included written game coverage of the Randallstown Boys Basketball team while also meeting established deadlines. At the completion of a game, I was responsible for drafting and publishing content to the Randallstown High School Athletics website. I was able to collaborate with my editors and also with athletic directors from different schools to ensure that the most factual and entertaining article was written.
Youth Staff Member, Camp Colonial, Summer 2014- Present
As a staff member at Camp Colonial I was responsible for assisting the teachers with daily academic and biblical lessons. I prepared and served lunch and daily snacks. I also served as a mentor for numerous kids that ranged from ages 3 to 15. In addition to being paid for my work, I was also earned over 200 service learning hours.
Grounds Keeper, Baltimore County Parks and Recreation, Spring 2015- Present
As a groundskeeper for Baltimore county parks and recreation, I was responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the facilities and baseball fields before each event, which were held at various schools across the county.
Randallstown High School Mass Communications Magnet Department (3 years)
As a member of the mass communications at Randallstown High School, my responsibilities included managing technical hardware and software for events such as basketball games, winter/spring concerts, school plays and the schools radio show. I worked with multiple teachers and with administration to ensure that the events went according to plan regarding the lighting and the audio. I also served as the Editor in chief for the Rams Horn, our student produced news magazine for 5 separate issues. These experiences at RHS have equipped me to be more knowledgeable about principles and concepts in my Mass Communications Major at Towson
Community Center Assistant
As a Community Center Assistant, my duties are to provide community engagement to each resident in the Towson Run community, with an emphasis on fostering connections with students. My duties also include providing safety for the residence hall community and guiding residences to resources should they need them. I am also committed to maintaining a professional attitude while working with my fellow CCA’s my Community Center Manager, the building RA’s and the Residence Life Coordinator.