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student interns

Internships are critical for students who must show employers they have real job experience. For communication majors, internships aren’t just entries on their resumes – they are portfolio-building necessities.

Make your internship work for you

All strategic communication and multiplatform journalism students must complete an internship in their junior or senior year. Internships allow students to develop and apply their knowledge and skills in real life settings. Students work under the direct supervision of a business or industry professional, undertake real projects, gain invaluable insight into their chosen career fields, and network with established professionals.

Communication majors have worked both on campus and off campus, including local public relations agencies, media organizations, corpo­rate communication offices, healthcare marketing departments, athletic communication departments from college to professional leagues, fundraising and development offices, and event planning and marketing, and more.

Communication Internship Syllabus

Previous Internships

Students have worked for companies such as:

  • ExcerptaMedica, Amsterdam
  • CNN Deportes en Español
  • The Storm Chasers Minor League Baseball
  • The 15th District office of Congressman Bill Posey
  • 18th District Circuit Court
  • MTV News
  • Inside Cheerleading Magazine
  • Inside Gymnastics Magazine
  • Florida Tech Marketing and Communications
  • WFIT
  • Eventing Inc
  • Carley Corporation
  • The Space Authority
  • Kennedy Space Center
  • Tomahawk Robotics
  • Spectrum Channel 13 News
  • Operation Hope
  • SWHelper
  • United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA)
  • Strategic Ink Public Relations
  • Northrop Grumman
  • L3Harris Corp.
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