Internships 

An internship is a hands-on experience in a professionally supervised environment where a savvy mass communication student puts classroom learning to practical use. Available in all areas of mass communication: digital advertising, journalism, political communication, public relations, digital, social media or a combination. Our students have interned at the U.S. Capitol, Smithsonian Museum of Art, The Washington Post, ESPN and literally hundreds of other businesses, and nonprofits across the nation.

 

Many of our students take internships for course credit. To learn more about how you can register for a for-course-credit internship, visit our Internship Experience page and fill out an application

 

Internship Benefits:

 

To find an internship:

  • Schedule an appointment with the School’s internship coordinator, Mary Ann Sternberg, by calling 225-578-1899
  • Look at the internship database
  • Talk to professionals who are guest lecturers in your classes or group meetings
  • Ask family and friends

INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS 

INFORMATION FOR EMPLOYERS