The CJC Advisory Councils have organized a #AllKindsofWeather series of Zoom meetings with council members to help students navigate this difficult period.  The meetings are open to any CJC student.

April 24: Virtual Internships

Links shared during the event:

Emotional Intelligence

LinkedIn Learning

UFL Microsoft Teams

Two CJC Advisory Council members shared their perspectives on virtual internships.

  • Moderator: Dayana Falcon, Sales Marketing Manager, The Walt Disney Company. Connect:
  • Keynote Speaker: Jonathan Adams, Executive Director & Managing Partner, Wavemaker (WPP Agency). Connect:
April 17: Communication-Track Career Journeys...What Now?


CJC Advisory Council members representing all four councils shared their perspectives on industry trends after COVID-19 across the communication spectrum.

  • Moderator: Dayana Falcon, Sales Marketing Manager, The Walt Disney Company. Connect:
  • Advertising: Samantha Avivi, Brand Strategist, The Jim Stengel Company. Connect:
  • Public Relations: Keith Bowermaster, President, The Modig Group, LLC
  • Media Production, Management, and Technology: Stacey Readout, Assistant News Director, WJXT (Jacksonville, Fla.)
  • Journalism: Beth Kassab, Enterprise Editor, The Orlando Sentinel
April 10: Emotional Wellness

This session was designed to practice gratitude, healing and breathing to cope with all the uncertainty.


  • Dayana Falcon, B.S. Advertising 2011, Sales Marketing Manager at The Walt Disney Company. Connect:
  • Tania Paul, B.S. Advertising 2011, Associate Media Director, Digital Strategy & Activation at Horizon Media. Connect:

Below is a video of the Zoom event, a separate video from Life Coach Jessica Esfandiary.

Click here for a PDF of Wellness Tips and Resources shared during the event.

Emotional Wellness Zoom Meeting

Relaxation Exercise with Jessica Esfindiary


CJC Advisory Councils

The departmental Advisory Councils are comprised of industry professionals who provide regular advice and counsel to students, faculty and staff. Advisory Councils provide  input about curriculum, careers, professional development, funding and research opportunities to advance individual and department goals.