Emily Taggart '19 at her internship site.
Communication studies students are highly versatile and qualified to work and intern at a variety of public and private organizations in Baltimore and beyond.
Communication Studies opens up endless career opportunities. Check out this detailed list of potential job titles for COMM majors! Through our foundational outcomes of advocating change, engaging difference, and leading with purpose, our students raise their oral, visual, and written literacy through critical thinking, problem solving, and team building.
We are driven to extend your higher-level classroom learning into meaningful professional and civic engagement internship opportunities. Look for:
You can also visit the TU Career Center’s job search database Handshake for additional internship listings. Internships advertised on Handshake still need to be approved by the department's internship coordinator.
Thank you for interest in our multi-talented students for both internships and upcoming graduate employment. Through your mentorship, our students will work on your educationally enriching projects and assignments dedicated to your high professional standards.
Our program is founded on long-standing partnerships with business and community partners and we welcome your interest in establishing these ties. To talk about developing a long-term partnership tailored to your organization's needs, please contact Zach Runge, the department's program specialist, at zrunge AT_TOWSON.
To have your internship announcement advertised for our students, please send an announcement of no more than 250 words that clearly describes the position title, duties, qualifications, deadline for application, expected start date, and contact information, as well as any promotional materials you may have to Zach Runge, zrunge AT_TOWSON