offer DePaul University College of Communication students "real world" experience in their chosen field of study. Working directly with a variety of corporate, government, and not-for-profit organizations, the highly successful College of Communication Internship Program creates
internship opportunities for eligible students in fields such as broadcast, print, and online media, radio, television, and film, public relations, advertising, and marketing agencies, philanthropic and historical non-profit organizations.
While participating in a College of Communication internship, students also take a course that combines work and learning. The experience provides an opportunity to learn and test cutting-edge career management principles while honing the skills needed to succeed in the rapidly changing communication fields. The course and the internship must be taken concurrently.
Step 1: Attend an Orientation Workshop Session
The College of Communication undergraduate internship experience begins with a dynamic orientation workshop where you will learn:
- How to earn academic credit for one or more internships
- Proven methods to find your dream internship — or future job — through DePaul-sponsored and external resources
- Career management tips
- Thursday, January 12, 2017, Loop Campus, 14 E Jackson, room 1834, from 10:10- 11:10 a.m. Register Here
- Wednesday, February 1, 2017, Loop Campus, 14 E Jackson, room 1834, from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Register Here
- Monday, February 27, 2017, Lincoln Park Campus, room TBD, from 1-2 p.m. Register Here
The workshop is also available online. If you would like to be enrolled in the online session, email Graciela Kenig at email@example.com your student ID number with the subject line as Undergraduate Online Workshop. Also, state whether or not you have an internship lined up.
Have you attended or registered for an internship workshop? If so, please proceed to Step 2, Finding an Internship, or Applying for Academic Credit.
Check for Program Requirements
- Are you a College of Communication major or minor?
- Have you earned at least 64 credit hours (Have completed one full quarter as a Sophomore)?
- If you are a Communication major, have
you completed at least two of the four required communication core
courses (101, 102, 103, or 104)?
- If you are a Communication major, have you completed at least two courses in your major (PRAD/JOUR/CMNS/MCS, etc.)?
- If you are a Communication minor, have you completed at least two courses among those required for your Communication minor?
- Is your overall grade point average at least a 2.5?
If you have answered yes to all of the above questions, please continue to Step 2 as instructed in How to Apply for Internship Credit.
For More Information
If you have questions about completing the Internship Program, please
contact the Internship Program Director Graciela Kenig, at (312)
362-7988 or firstname.lastname@example.org