Communication Department: Flagler College

Communication Department: Flagler College Flagler College’s Communication Program helps you achieve your fullest potential in television, radio, Internet, public relations, advertising, and film.

Flagler College’s Communication Program helps you achieve your fullest potential in all these areas, so you’ll be poised to take on a challenging new career or pursue graduate study in a range of disciplines, including television, radio, Internet, public relations, advertising, promotions, film, or media sales.

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Alumni SpotlightTrevor WorleyBy Leslie LalondeWhile growing up in St. Augustine, it was always a dream of Trevor Worley’...

Alumni Spotlight

Trevor Worley
By Leslie Lalonde

While growing up in St. Augustine, it was always a dream of Trevor Worley’s to move out to Los Angeles and get into the film industry. After graduating from Flagler College with a bachelor’s in Media Production in 2007, and getting a master’s degree at the American Film Institute in 2014, he is now living out that dream.

Recently a short film he produced called “Martian American” won 11 awards from film festivals across the country.

Worley now operates a small production company in Southwest California. “Our company currently focuses on unscripted content as of right now. That’s our bread and butter,” he said. He also plans to explore more serious topics through comedy, as he did on the film, Martian American.

“The director, Lee Citrom, and I met at AFI and had a blast working on a film together,” said Worley, “And going into development of this film, we really wanted to explore some more serious issues like immigration, assimilation, and making a connection.”

The short film is about a lonely Martian who travels to California to start a new life, but with culture shock and adversity working against him, he has to find the courage to stay.

A year’s worth of work went into producing this 20-minute short film, and Worley’s work has been rewarded. Martian American has won multiple film awards at festivals and gatherings across America. In November it was awarded Best Short Film at the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival.

“The most important thing to remember is: the secret is there is no secret. Everybody knows nothing,” Worley said. “It’s a pretty abstract concept, but it’s supposed to be inspiring.” For Worley that means that as you grow in your career you learn that everyone’s ideas are equally relevant.

He also offered advice to students wanting to work in Hollywood: “Good people in this industry just want to help each other out. Our most successful collaborations were with really great people with a solid moral compass.”

Worley said he owes his successful undergraduate career at Flagler to a former Media Production professor, Jim Gilmore. He said the college motivated him to take his career path. “Flagler College gave me a taste of production, from directing to editing to writing. It really helped me focus on the things I liked and w**d out some of the things I absolutely did not want to do.”

He said many new and continuing projects are in the works for Worley and his partnering production company, Bonus! Perhaps the most exciting is a story of the man who literally owns the moon and his connection with an unknown alien race.


Health Designs Internship Opportunity

Health Designs, is an employer wellness solutions company, offering award-winning comprehensive wellness services that enhance the health, well-being and productivity of employees while improving organizations’ bottom line. Offerings include workplace wellness program development and implementation, health assessments, health screenings, face-to-face coaching, executive and incentive reporting. Other services include onsite wellness consulting and implementation services, online health portals, workshops and sophisticated reporting and analysis.

Health Designs is seeking an intern with the following skill sets: Experience with general branding and marketing concepts, including but not limited to, creating and editing flyers, brochures, and PowerPoint presentations. General knowledge of how to develop blogs and other relevant content and publish to social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Website Blog). Experience with software programs including, Publisher, PowerPoint, PDF, Word, WordPress and InDesign (preferred).

Interested students please contact Sherry Ramirez at
[email protected]


Interested in traveling to Cuba?

Flagler College plans to offer its first study abroad trip to Cuba during the summer of 2017. This faculty-led course will give students the opportunity to explore Cuba at a crucial moment in its history. Students will witness a nation caught between its revolutionary past and an uncertain future. They will gain first-hand information about the island’s social, cultural and economic evolution during a 13-day full-immersion trip to the Western Hemisphere’s only socialist nation. They will meet everyone from authors and entrepreneurs to artists and musicians while learning how Cuba has changed since the United States and Cuba restored diplomatic relations in 2015.

Assistant Professor Tracey Eaton and Professor Tracy Halcomb are leading the trip. Learn more about this exciting opportunity at an informational meeting scheduled for 5 p.m. Sept. 7 in Pollard 210. You can also find trip information along with photos and videos at


PRSSA Meeting:

PRSSA will meet Tuesday evening at 7pm on the second floor of Ringhaver Student Center.

All Strategic Com majors are welcome and encouraged to attend! For more information contact Sarah Glynn at [email protected]


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