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Communication majors are required to complete at least one internship. The student receives work experience through a formal internship program, receiving three hours of academic credit. Students work a minimum of 120 hours during the semester. Recent internships have consisted of jobs in event planning, public relations, radio and TV production, marketing and human resources. Internships have been held in a variety of business communication settings, including many nonprofit organizations:

  • Curtis Media Group
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Wake Ed Partnership
  • Duke Energy for the Performing Arts
  • Marbles Kid Museum
  • InterAct
  • American Diabetes Association
  • Easter Seals of North Carolina
  • Autism Society of North Carolina
  • NC GOP
  • Designed for Joy
  • Meredith Events
  • Meredith Office of Career Planning
  • Kane Realty
  • Purple PR
  • Carolina Academic Press
  • Coldwell Banker Social Media
  • FOOD SEEN
  • Bolt PR
  • Centerline Digital
  • New Leaf Behavioral Health
  • Glamp Raleigh
  • Vision Point Marketing
  • Campo Media Group
  • Marbles Kids Museum
  • UNC Rex Healthcare
  • America Cancer Society
Why major in Communication?

Our communication program focuses on real-world learning through professional internships and hands-on experience in the classroom.

 

Our communication program focuses on real-world learning through professional internships and hands-on experience in the classroom.

Contact Information
Teresa Holder
Head, Department of Communication
(919) 760-8803
tlholder@meredith.edu
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