The popularity of Brockport's communication program supports the conviction that job opportunities in communication are abundant. In business, these include writing and editing newsletters, speeches and media releases; organizing and producing radio and television presentations; speaking at press conferences; and interviewing and conducting group problem-solving sessions.
Students in the Communication Studies track may look forward to graduate studies or careers in sales, marketing, advertising, counseling, and personnel management, training and development. Recent Brockport graduates are successful members of advertising, sales and public relations organizations. Others have completed their doctoral studies in communication and are teaching at major universities.
Journalism and Broadcasting graduates have found employment in print and broadcast media across the country. Including network and cable television, broadcast promotion, as disc jockeys, weather reporters, general newspaper reporters and as professional sports team publicists.
(Some of these jobs may require education or experience beyond a bachelor's degree)
American Communications Association
Association for Business Communication
Association for Multimedia Communications
Public Relations Society of America
National Association of Broadcasters
American Society of Journalists and Writers
National Communication Association
National Newspaper Publishers Association
The Association for Women in Communications
Society for Technical Communication
Institute for Global Communications
Cassie Aman ‘08
Mgr. National Kidney Foundation, NY
Kevin Riley ‘08
CGI, Rochester, NY
Scott Wagner ‘05
Video Conference Engineer, TIAA-CREF, NYC
Brian Pomeroy ‘94
Time Warner Cable, Rochester, NY
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