It is never to early to start planning for your career even if you are unsure what that career may be at the moment. The various Career Services offices on campus can help you with everything from creating a resume, skill assessments, interview prep, and so much more.
Students may complete internships throughout their time at Cornell both on and off campus. Many students decide to focus on internships in the summer but there are local internships available during the long semesters that can help students enhance their career prep. An internship is one of the best possible ways to prepare for a career. Many of our graduates have said that their internships were one of the most valuable learning experiences during their time at Cornell.
If you are looking to learn more about Communication Industry careers, connect with Communication Young Alumni, review career tips from alumni, or even see the journeys of some of our current students, check out the NEW COMMCareerLink. This site was designed for Cornell Department of Communication majors and is both a gathering place for career information across campus as well as information specific from Communication alumni and students. Students should explore career services through the Cornell Career Services and CALS Career Services Centers.
CALS Postgraduate Report
It is important that students take advantage of all of the resources available to enhance their resume. It is never too early for students to start thinking about their career goals. The CALS Postgraduate Reports offer are a snapshot of careers that are graduates are pursuing shortly after graduation and can be helpful to current student as they think about life after Cornell.
- 2014 CALS Postgraduate Report
- 2013 CALS Postgraduate Report
- 2012 CALS Postgraduate Report
- 2011 CALS Postgraduate Report