Resources

Career Development in the School of Communications provides undergraduate and graduate students with the practical career management skills necessary to succeed in today's evolving, global marketplace. Career Development resources include:

  • Individual career advising and counseling sessions
  • Academic advising sessions to thoroughly examine and gauge a student's interest in a particular major or minor
  • Individual guidance on selecting academic major/minor
  • Assistance with resume and cover letter writing
  • Interview preparation and practice
  • Workshops, panel discussions and speakers representing various fields of communications
  • Annual School of Communications mentor program/networking event (fall event on-campus; spring event in New York City) with School of Communications alumni working successfully in their fields.
  • Site visits to organizations throughout the area
  • Weekly career development updates
  • Internship and job search assistance 
  • Career Development course including guidance on writing resumes and cover letters, and interviewing skills
  • Annual career fair exclusively for School of Communications students
  • On-campus corporate recruiting, information sessions and visits
  • Optimization of social media for job and internship searches and networking
  • Assistance with graduate school search and application process

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