Things You Can (and should) Do NOW to Get a Job in the Field of Communication LATER:
Develop public speaking skills, computer skills, and networking skills.
Get involved with the campus radio/TV stations, newspaper, or yearbook.
Work as a paraprofessional in campus offices such as admissions, orientation, career services, college relations.
Volunteer your services as a speaker, or writer, to a non-profit organization in whose cause you believe. You will gain experience, networking contacts, and the satisfaction of knowing that you have done something worthwhile.
To locate further information about any of the following occupations
go to the Occupational Outlook Handbook online: http://www.bls.gov/oco/
Organizational or Intercultural Communication — Behavioral Science Emphasis
Most occupations listed below would be accessible to an organizational or intercultural communications major — those which would require an intercultural major or significant experience living in another culture are noted.
Community Action Director
Consumer Affairs Specialist
Human Resources Administrator/Manager
Industrial & Labor Relations Specialist
Social Services Administrator
Training and Develoopment Presenter