FAQs

What programs and resources are available for School of Communications students?

We offer a variety of programs each semester. Programming scheduled for each semester includes workshops on resume writing, developing a resume tape or portfolio, internships, networking and interviewing, as well as panels and events featuring alumni and employers. Our School of Communications Mentor Program, which matches juniors and seniors with alumni professionals, helps students to navigate post-graduate options.

Are individual appointments available?

Individual appointments for career counseling and advising can be made with Joseph Catrino, assistant dean for career development in the School of Communications.

These sessions can cover a variety of issues, including:

  • Determining your career interests, skills and values
  • Writing a resume and cover letter
  • Preparing for interviews
  • Finding a job or internship
  • Considering graduate school options

For more information, contact the assistant dean at joseph.catrino@quinnipiac.edu or 203-582-8725.

Where can I find out about jobs and internship listings?

For information about our internship program, which allows juniors and seniors to receive academic credit for working for companies such as ESPN, HBO, New Line Cinema, the Boston Globe and Arista Records, please refer to our Career Statistics + Data page.

Quinnipiac has its own online system of job and internship listings called QU Career Connections. This resource is for current students only.