The Tennessee Board of Regents is currently among largest systems of public higher education in the nation, with 46 campuses, almost 200,000 students, and 15,000 benefit eligible employees. The system consists of six universities – one of which has a law school and one of which has a medical school, 13 community colleges, 27 colleges of applied technology, and the System Office. Institutions are located nearly all of the 95 counties in Tennessee, and offer a large variety of degrees and services.
They are seeking someone able to provide a variety of media training/coaching services.
SCOPE OF SERVICES:
-Develop media training/coaching sessions for individuals (1-2 people), small groups (3-9 people), medium groups (10-20 people) and large groups (21+ people).
-Develop and deliver classroom training for individuals, small, medium or large groups, in Nashville or on a campus elsewhere throughout the state.
-Provide in-depth workshops on a variety of media relations issues and small group training for on-camera and/or on-mic interviews.
-Provide tailored media training to a variety of constituent groups including board members, senior staff, institution leaders and executives (universities/colleges/TCATs) and more.
Proposal Due by June 1st, 2015 to:
Angela Gregory Flynn
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Purchasing and Contracts
Tennessee Board of Regents
1415 Murfreesboro Road, Suite 346
Nashville, TN 37217
(615) 366-2243 Fax
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