Build your portfolio with hands-on experience with numerous Internship opportunities in Communication and Media program.

Internships provide students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working with professionals in a field of their choice. These opportunities enrich student professional development by building connections, improving resumes, and learning applied skills, and are highly recommended. These positions may be paid or unpaid and students may apply up to 8 internship credits toward their major electives.

Steps to secure your Internship:

Step 1: Look for an Internship

Step 2: Prepare Your Cover Letter & Resume

Step 3: Complete the Internship Contract Form

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Student Organizations will help you grow your communication skills, engage with the community, and provide real-world opportunities to collaborate.

We encourage students to get involved with co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities beyond the classroom. You will enhance your communication talents, build your resume, and strengthen your understanding of yourself and others. 

Our student organizations include:

An opportunity to study Communication and Media related course abroad is always exciting and full of valuable memories outside the United States.

Communication and Media offers faculty-led study abroad opportunities for students. Past study abroad has included Cuba and Nicaragua. The purpose of our study abroad opportunities are to understand how broad economic structures influence communities’ organizational and communication strategies and to experience communication practices outside mainstream U.S. culture. 

To learn more or to find out when our next study abroad opportunity will take place, Contact the Department of Communication and Media