Weissman School of Arts and Sciences

Career Opportunities

The major in the Corporate Communication specialization offered by the Department of Communication Studies prepares students for careers in the corporate communication divisions of major corporations, in public relations firms and advertising agencies, in consulting firms, and as communication specialists in the public sector or with nonprofit organizations. Moreover, with the program's strong foundation in business, students may also seek positions in sales and marketing, management, and in corporate training and development.

Students interested in learning more about the field of public relations are encouraged to view the video “What is Public Relations?” VHS 1011 in the Newman Library, Baruch College.

Recent graduates have taken positions with such companies as Burson-Marsteller, Morgan Stanley, Madison Square Garden, Dun & Bradstreet, NYU Medical Center, Miramax, and Financial World Magazine.

Log onto our department's "Corporate Communication" Blackboard site (under the "Community" tab) for announcements and information on internships and jobs.

Job and Career Websites

Communication Career Sites

Job Listings from the Association for Women in Communications.

The Public Relations Society of America site specializes in careers in Public Relations.

Career Development at Baruch

The Career Development Center (CDC) provides undergraduate career services at Baruch College. Services include career counseling; vocational testing; mock interview training; resume reviews; career-related workshops; sponsorship of Career Days, an Internship Fair and part-time and full-time job and internship position postings.

General Career Sites

CollegeGrad.com specializes in entry-level jobs.

Features include: My Monster, resume management, a personal job search agent, a careers network, chats and message boards, privacy options, expert advice on job-seeking and career management, and free newsletters.

Apply for jobs, research information on companies; get job interview and resume writing tips.



Making the Difference is a source for federal jobs and internships.


Internship Websites:

Please note that, regardless of the source, internships for credit (COM 5010, 5011) have to be approved by the department's internship coordinator.

Use InternshipPrograms.com to post your résumé to employers who are exclusively looking for interns or search a database of internships, read internship reviews or research companies and careers on Wetfeet.com.

InternJobs.com is a national database of internships for students and recent graduates. Internship seekers can search the InternJobs.com database by keywords or location.

FutureCollegeGrads provides a job search engine tailored to internships and entry level jobs.

At Internweb.com, employers post internships for student viewing. The site features a real-time database and content that is presented in a clear, concise and easy-to-use format.

Companies, organizations, and agencies around the world who are searching for interns.

Making the Difference is a source for federal jobs and internships.

The Internship Placement Program of the Weissman Center arranges internships in firms doing business within the global market in the New York metropolitan area, and assists students who desire to work and live in a country outside of the United States.

Internships can also be found at the job and career websites.

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