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Legacy Student Working to Become Master Content Creator

Victoria-Green-Image.jpgWhen Victoria Green ’21 decided to attend Husson and earn a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications with a concentration in marketing, her parents, Arthur Green ’04, ’09G, and Amy Huff Green ’94, ’01G, knew she made a good choice. After all, her dad received his Husson undergraduate degree in criminal justice, and her mom earned her undergraduate degree from the University in business administration. Mom later earned an MBA.

“My dad jokingly called me ‘Legacy,’” Victoria said.

After she completed her degree in 2021, Green got some social media marketing experience.

“Over the summer, I completed an internship with The Social Olive and worked on projects like the TD Beach to Beacon 10K Race and Focus Maine,” she said.

In September, Green began working toward a master’s degree in digital media and communication from the University of Stirling in Scotland.

“I anticipate graduating around Thanksgiving with a Master of Science in communications (MSc),” Green said.

She feels her Husson education prepared her well for graduate school.

“Husson gave me real-world experiences in class,” Green said. “My certificates were also a big plus. Completing a bachelor’s degree with multiple certifications gave me an understanding of graphic design, photography and web media. This knowledge is making me more valuable to my grad school team members and more attractive to future employers.”

After graduation, Green plans to return to the U.S. and look for work at concert and event venues like the Cross Insurance Arena or TD Garden.

“I’d also be happy to join a sports organization like the Portland Sea Dogs or the Maine Celtics,” Green said.

After five or ten years, she sees herself taking on more responsibility.

“I’m not afraid to stick with an organization and work my way up,” Green said.

“Communications is a great way to make a living,” she said. “The industry is constantly evolving and you’re always learning something new. Thanks to Husson, I’ll never have to worry about having a boring, cookie-cutter career.”