Edinboro University is committed to ensuring that students are fully prepared for
life in the professional world. That's why we offer fantastic internships and job
opportunities for students in the Department of Communication, Journalism and Media.
Hands-on, real-world experience is hard to beat. Edinboro University recognizes that
experiential learning is a valuable tool in helping you to make career decisions and
in complementing formal classroom learning.
While some Edinboro University majors require an internship, cooperative education,
student teaching or research experience in order to graduate, many students elect
to pursue an internship to augment their educational portfolio. Every major has one
or more designated internship directors to assist students with identifying opportunities
and coordinating credits.
Recent internships in Northwestern Pennsylvania include: Bensur Advertising, Make-A-Wish,
Erie County United Way, Erie Office of the Mayor, Erie County Historical Society,
American Red Cross, Epic Web Studios, Erie Brewing, Voo Doo Brewing, Erie County Bar
Association, LECOM, Logistics Plus, St. Vincent Health Center, the Erie SeaWolves,
WJET-TV and WQLN Public Media in Erie.
Internships our majors have completed in other parts of the country include: Atlantic
Records Corp. (New York, N.Y.), the Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, Ohio), Pittsburgh
Zoo and Aquarium (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Clear Channel Communication, Cleveland Dept. of
Veterans Affairs (Cleveland, Ohio), ESPN (Bristol, Conn.), Office of the Speaker of
the House (Harrisburg, Pa.), Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Opera
Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio), Vail Resorts (Vail, Colo.), Pittsburgh Penguins (Pittsburgh,
Pa.), the South Philly Review (Philadelphia, Pa.), Hilton Head Resort (Hilton Head
Island, S.C.), and the U.S. Olympic Committee (Colorado Springs, Colo.), among others.
If you are interested in internship experience, please contact the Department's internship
coordinator, Dr. Ron Raymond, email@example.com.
In today’s evolving workplace, the average person will change his or her career more
than seven times. Having a Communication, Journalism or Media degree provides you
with the flexibility to get a job wherever you choose.
The EU Center for Career Development assists students at the outset of their professional lives with many outstanding
services, including building your resume, developing interviewing and networking skills,
and connecting you to numerous job fair opportunities annually, both on and off campus.
The Communication, Journalism and Media Department at Edinboro University is represented
by a long list of successful alumni who have graduated with undergraduate and graduate
degrees from our department. These alumni represent a wide range of careers, demonstrating
the versatility and flexibility of a Communication, Journalism or Media Studies degree.
Here’s a sampling of jobs our graduates hold or have held: