I have had the honor of being asked to work with the Mass Media Class up at The Advanced Student Program at St. Paul’s School today. The class has been exploring the implications of media and producing their own along the way.


Check out the class blog where you can find videos, pictures, and articles by the scholars. No class on media would be complete without a facebook page of course.


I will be discussing the future of social media with the students as this is the last week of class and they are wrapping up their month of work.


I will be tweeting and taking video from the class today. Make sure to follow along with #aspsps and I will write a longer post upon my return. I am very excited to see what these young folks are doing with social media and where they see the future of it going after actually studying the subject, not just using it in their every day lives.

Jesse Bardo

Jesse Bardo

VP of Alumni Engagement, Founding Team Member at Evertrue

Jesse Bardo is the Director of Sales & Marketing at EverTrue, a leading provider of mobile apps designed to support Independent School Alumni Relations. Jesse previously served as Director at edSocialMedia and Admission Counselor & Communications Coordinator at Northfield Mount Hermon School. As a leading practitioner of social media in the independent school world, Jesse worked with his communication team to weave facebook, blogging, twitter, Youtube & flickr into NMHBook- a cutting edge social media & communications aggregator site that greatly enhanced the school's admission outreach and contributed to record admission yields. Jesse is a graduate of Phillips Andover Academy and Wesleyan University.