Corbin Crable has a significant interest in education. He has a Bachelor’s degree in literature and anthropology and a Master’s Degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from Kansas State University, of course, and he also worked on the college newspaper, the Kansas State Collegian, in a number of editorial positions. However, he also likes to pass on what he knows to others. While at Kansas State working on his Master’s Degree, Corbin Crable was a graduate teaching assistant at the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications, where he taught Magazine Production when the main professor was unable to teach.
Also at Kansas State, Corbin Crable also wrote a style guide directed at the public relations sector. Corbin also assisted with hosting of conferences at both the state and regional levels. Later, he served as an adjunct professor in the Kansas State Journalism and Media Communications Department for three years, before becoming the department’s coordinator for six years. During his nine years there, he taught a number of courses, including Mass Media in Society , an introductory course on news writing and a course on global journalism. He later served as the faculty adviser for The Campus Ledger, which is Kansas State’s official student-run news publication.
Corbin Crable also likes to give back to his community, which is he volunteers his time whenever possible. For example, he currently serves as a social media coordinator for the Kansas International Film festival, where he attempts to increase both awareness and excitement for that fun annual event, which celebrates the work of filmmakers from around the world. He does this by coordinating the Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages for the organizations and using those to share content with other like organizations.