Cultural Studies and Communication

Mosiac of Knowledge

Internships, Study Abroad and Careers

Internship Program

In coordination with the University Office of Internships, the Program's majors pursue many exciting internships that provide them with valuable practical and professional experience.

Some students complete internships in the Worcester and Boston region during the academic year, and others pursue a broader range of geographic locations during the summer. Recent internship sites include:

Ammirati Puris Lintas Advertising Agency (India)
Anne Klein (New York)
Art Education for the Blind (New York)
CBS TV (Boston affiliate)
CNBC (New Jersey)
Cable News Network (Atlanta)
CreatAbility Advertising (Florida)
Ingalls Advertising (Boston)
International Data Corporation (Technical Writing)
Ira Sapiro Productions (New York)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Merchant Ivory Films (New York)
NBC TV (Boston affiliate)
New England Cable News
Pfizer, Inc. (New York)
Rape Crisis Center of Central Massachusetts
Reebok International (Massachusetts)
Setonaikai TV Productions (Japan)
The Times-Picayune (New Orleans)
Tribune Broadcasting (Washington, DC)
WNBC TV (New York)
Washington Square Films (New York)
Women Express/Teen Voices Magazine (Boston)
Worcester Centrum Centre
Worcester Chamber of Commerce
Worcester Magazine
Worcester Phoenix
Worcester Telegram and Gazette

Study Abroad

Many students at Clark spend a semester or year studying in another country. These experiences provide a cultural opportunity that enriches the focus of the COMM major. A number of COMM majors also spend a semester in the London Internship Program, where valuable professional experiences are available in a number of sites. For more information, email Clark's Study Abroad Program or call 508-793-7363.

Career Planning and Services

Our majors are encouraged to think about a variety of career options, to explore and test their interests through internships, and to take advantage of the activities and services available at Clark to assist in this important component of a college education. The Program hosts various events focused on internships and planning for careers and/or graduate school. The Office of Career Services provides many services that are available to students throughout their undergraduate years. To learn more about Career Services and internships, email Career Services or call 508-793-7258.