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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