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An internship is not only an opportunity to continue to learn new skills and expertise; it is also an opportunity to put into practice concepts and theories learned in the classroom. You can expect to learn what it takes to be a successful professional while beginning to make meaningful contributions to the workplace. Your internship experience is an important addition to your resumeé and a step toward achieving your career goal.

Internships are a vital part of the communication program. Students are highly encouraged to complete at least one practical learning experience while at Aurora University. The internship during the junior/senior years is the most common route. The communication program will work with the Crouse Center for Student Success and Career Services to coordinate an internship experience for interested students.  To talk with a faculty member about Communication or Media Studies internship opportunities, please contact Dr. Toby Arquette.

Among the sites where prospective interns have been given the opportunity to work include: