Course registration for the Spring 2014 semester begins later in October, so mark your calendars that there is an upcoming mandatory advising meeting for communication majors and students who are interested in declaring the major.
Come develop an educational plan to achieve your life and career goals, hear from fellow students about their internships and other exciting experiences as communication majors, and talk with departmental faculty about specific courses:
- Wednesday, Oct. 9, 6 to 7 p.m., Centennial Hall, Alumni Center
Are you interested in graduate school in communication or philosophy? Do you want to get an advanced degree in education, law, social work, or public policy, or another related academic field or profession?
If so, be sure to attend one or both of the upcoming events sponsored by the college’s Office of Academic & Career Advising:
- Graduate School Application Process, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 4:30 p.m., Atrium Conference Room, Young Student Center
- Graduate School Fair, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Science Center Lobby
Research and advocacy for non-profit organizations is another common career track for students who major or minor in communication, or minor in philosophy.
For example, the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts currently has a couple full-time job openings, including a Network Research & Advocacy Coordinator position.
For more information, check out the website of the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts.
Sales is one possible career track for students who major in communication.
If you are a student who is interested in an internship or a full-time employment opportunity in sales at Proctor & Gamble, for instance, then register here and attend an upcoming information session on Proctor & Gamble Customer Business Development:
- Thursday, Sept. 20, 3 to 4:30 p.m., 1 Gillette Park in South Boston (Room 1G-1010)
Dr. Jamie Landau in her office in the Media Arts Center holding the Safe Space manual
Faculty in the Department of Communication and Philosophy are not only excellent teachers and active researchers, but also they are committed to diversity.
The Caucus on LGBTQ Concerns of the National Communication Association recently announced that Dr. Jamie Landau is this year’s recipient of the Lambda Award for her extensive support of the LGBTQ community at Keene State College.
For more information, check out the KSC News about Dr. Landau’s receipt of the Lambda Award.