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We support our students both inside and outside of the classroom. Outside, students have access to registered student organizations, which organize meet and greets with industry professionals and local agency tours. Our school also maintains a portal with up-to-date job and internship opportunities, which is separate from the University of Houston's Cougar Pathway. Learn more about our resources, below.

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Job and Internships Portal

Our students have the benefit of studying and interning in Houston, the country's fourth largest city. Houston offers many areas in which students can intern - from health communication to broadcast journalism. To help students break into the local communication industry and gain the skills needed for a successful degree, we maintain an up-to-date job and internships portal.

Student Organizations

While internships are important, they are not the only ways for students to sharpen their burgeoning skills. Our school is home to many registered student organizations that attract communication majors, including the American Advertising Federation, the Public Relations Student Society of America, The Association for Women in Commmunication and more.