Where can a current college student find work?
I attend the University of Minnesota (3rd year) and am looking for work experience that is flexible to fit into my full time class schedule. I want to gain experience in actual fields so I am not looking for retail jobs. I am a double major in "Studies in Cinema and Media culture" and "Mass Communication" I currently work as a secretary for the university but would like to start gaining relevant work experience. So where should I look?
Asked By: Katharine - 9/10/2008
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I would start with on-campus or local town publications or organizations. I don't know exactly what "mass communication" entails, but I imagine working any position for a newspaper, journal, or newsletter staff would be beneficial for at least getting your foot in the door to observe processes, make connections, and... More
Answered By: luckynumber_five - 9/10/2008
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The best is to find job in your own school and find job within your field of study. They are very flexible with time schedule and you don't have to travel far.
Answered By: C - 9/10/2008
The first place that I would suggest is to see if your school has a radio show. then you could work not only around your schedule but your commute would be lovely. If that doesn't work check with some of the local smaller radio stations around and see if you can get in there.
Answered By: Kat Daddy - 9/10/2008
your pobabaly better off where you, but, macdonalds, burger king, retail clothing stores, warehouses, etc, would love to give you real life experience. stay put!
Answered By: philip o - 9/10/2008
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