College of Communication > Internships > Internship Outcomes
students received academic credit for their internships during the 2019-20 academic year
unique for-profit and non-profit organizations provided internships to College of Communication students in 2019-20
A total of 193 College of Communication students participated in the College's Internship Program during the 2019-20 academic year, 19 of whom were graduate students. 84% of students found internships with for-profit businesses, and 16% of students interned for non-profit organizations. A sampling of the 156 internship providers includes:
About 43% of students had paid internship positions. The majority of students found and secured their internships through networking at 31%.
Our undergraduate internship opportunities were most prevalent for Public Relations and Advertising majors at 43%, followed by:
These figures are from a pool of 174 undergraduate students.
Graduate students also found opportunities to work in professional internships in their fields of study. Journalism internships led at 32%, followed by:
These figures are from a pool of 19 graduate students.
Updated on September 21, 2020