Launch Your Career From Here
An internship is a career development experience that gives you the opportunity to put communication theory into practice in real-life situations. Working in an internship provides you with the opportunity to gain exposure to your chosen career field, explore the career possibilities within that field and to develop and enhance skills needed in your industry. In addition, having an internship on your resume provides prospective employers with insights into your capabilities. A professional within the industry of your major supervises all internships.
Below, you'll find resources from the MU Career Service Center, LinkedIn and local job search websites to help you get started. Also, be sure to take a look at our frequently asked questions about internships on this page, and when you're ready, check out the current internship opportunities on Handshake below and fill our online application form and internship goals form.
Still have questions? Read our FAQ page or reach out to Sheena Carey, Internship Coordinator. To learn more about Professor Carey, check out her faculty profile webpage, and to see the most recent internship opportunities, check out Professor Carey's Twitter feed.
Find all the resources you need to write a spectacular resume, network properly and find guidance on your job search at the MU Career Service Center.
The MU Career Service center has a webpage dedicated to LinkedIn for students. In addition to tips for crafting your LinkedIn profile, you'll find Marquette-related alumni and job search groups.
Use your Marquette username and password to log into Handshake, a valuable jobs resource. Handshake is available to all Communication and Marquette students.
At Simply Hired, you can tailor your job search to suit your needs. You can also gain access to salary information and discover local jobs that will be the right fit for you.
Big Shoes Network is a job search website for creative professionals. It is especially helpful for strategic communication majors. It includes links to full-time job positions in the midwest.
Check out the Resources webpage from the MU Career Service Center that is geared specifically to communication majors. Learn about the student organizations and professional associations that will help you jumpstart your career.