• Communication Career Career Pathways

    Located in Worcester—the second-largest city in New England—the Communication Department at Worcester State University maintains ties with a variety of media organizations across central Massachusetts and beyond. Through an internship, you’ll hone your skills, gain valuable professional experience, and make the kinds of connections that lead to future employment.

    Sample Internship Sites
    • American Red Cross
    • Boston Celtics
    • Clear Channel Communications, Inc.
    • Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
    • Jimmy Fund
    • March of Dimes
    • New England Patriots
    • WCVB-TV Channel 5
    • Worcester Art Museum
    • Worcester Business Journal
    • Worcester Center for Crafts
    • WXLO 104.5 FM Radio

    Whether you choose to enter graduate school or the workforce after graduation, you will have the knowledge and practical experience you need to succeed. Our alumni pursue careers in a diverse array of media sectors, including digital media, event planning, marketing, public relations, and social media.

    Sample Careers
    • Broadcast technician
    • Director
    • Graphic designer
    • Editor
    • Journalist
    • Media producer
    • News anchor
    • Photographer
    • Public relations specialist
    • Scriptwriter
    • Social media coordinator
    • Video editor
    • Videographer