The Wolves launch master class for students of The New School

28 March 2018

Starting at the end of March, public relations and communications agency De Wolven will be teaching a new course at The New School in Amsterdam. In the De Wolven Master Class, a select number of students will be immersed in the world of media and PR in eight lessons. The purpose of the master class is to prepare them for the job market. The students visit editorships of important media makers, such as DWDD, Vice, NOS and Quote. In this way they get an idea of how these editors work and they see where their career opportunities lie.

De Wolven developed the master class especially for The New School. Eva Wolf, owner of De Wolven: “We think it’s important to share our knowledge in the field of PR and communication. For the past two years, we’ve been teaching second-year students at The New School. With the new course, intended for fourth-year students, we are going a step further and offering students a glimpse behind the scenes of media and agencies. The end goal: a super enthusiastic new batch of PR professionals!”

In addition to teaching at The New School, De Wolven provides guest lectures at universities and workshops for startups, artists and musicians.

The New School
The New School is a small-scale four-year college in the field of communication, creativity and entrepreneurship in Amsterdam. Last year, the institution was voted the best small-scale bachelor’s program in the Netherlands by the Keuzegids hbo.



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