Meet Breck Stutz, audio and video specialist on the Go Team. He assists with producing content for the MSUM athletics department.
Q: What drew you to MSUM?
A: I was drawn by the vibrance of its film and arts community. MSUM is well known and recognized as a hub for creativity and communication. The Go Team is also one of a kind and I admire the effort everyone puts into our broadcast and the passion that there is to motivate our athletes.
Q: What is your favorite part about MSUM?
A: It’s similar to what drew me here. It’s the amount of passion and integrity we put into everything that we do. Everyone is always putting love and care into the things that we do as Dragons.
Q: What is the most interesting thing you are working on right now?
A: We are preparing for the men’s basketball season. We didn’t have a full season last year so it’s great to see the athletics department getting back on its feet. With that, I’m getting the Go Team prepared for this transition and learning how to maximize our efforts in this post COVID era. Doing all of that is really exciting for me.
Q: What is something that you are learning right now and why is it important?
A: I’m leaning about communication and transitioning to the professional world. I used to work on the Go Team when I was a student and it’s a completely different experience now with more responsibilities. As someone fresh out of college I still have a lot of room to grow and a lot to learn.
Q: What is the best advice you have ever been given and who was it from?
A: It’s from my boss and mentor at the Go Team. It’s important to give enough as you contribute to a cause but also learn how much to take on so you can be self-sustainable. That really helped me realize that it’s important to find a balance between giving enough out and making sure my needs are met. When I work on projects I often put all of my effort into them, so I need to remember to find a good equilibrium.
Welcome to the #DragonFamily, Breck!
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