Make sure you have consulted with your Academic Advisor.
Several opportunities are listed in our internship postings. Other sites you may want to utilize are Jobs4Cats, Indeed.com, Idealist.com, Glassdoor, USA Jobs.gov, Simplyhired.com, LinkedIn, AlumniCentral.com and CareerBuilder.com.
It is recommended that you register for a "place holder" until you are approved to register for COMM 4390. In the even your plans change, you will have registered for a course that fulfills the requirements of your degree plan.
Once you receive approval, it is still your responsibility to complete the class registration yourself; the approval does not automatically enroll you; it just removes the restriction so you can complete your registration.
The Communication Internship Program is available to a select group of Comm Studies majors or minors. Here are some frequently asked questions about the Comm Studies Internship Program.
This course is an online course designed to be a blend of work experience and the application of the skills, concepts and theories you have learned in your courses and research.
The course is primarily conducted online but there will be a face to face orientation session at the beginning of the semester and individual meetings/consultations as scheduled or required.
An internship consists of supervised on-the-job work by a student in order to qualify for three upper level credit hours. Internship work may be part time or full time, paid or unpaid, and must occur during the academic year. Internship work must allow students to perform professional tasks with a definite communication focus and opportunities for direct application of classroom knowledge and skills.
FOR MORE INFORMATION see Frequently Asked Questions