Communications, Arts, and Entertainment

When someone lists the phrase “experienced communications professional” on their resume, does that mean the person has a degree or experience in the communications field? Or does this mean the person has strong public speaking skills? The word communications is both ambiguous and subjective. This CLAS Career Network is broadly designed for students who want to learn more about the communications field, job positions that involve communications, and improving one’s communication skillset. Take a look at the content below to learn more about communications, arts, and entertainment.

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Writing for the Professional World January 3, 2019- The ability to communicate well is an essential skill for any job or industry. You can always improve your written communication skills. "No matter what career path you choose, communication… More...
Communications Online Skills Curriculum January 3, 2019- Most job descriptions, regardless of the industry, will list "communication skills" or "the ability to communicate with others." As a job applicant, how do you articulate what you’ve learned inside… More...
Communication Conferences January 3, 2019- Presenting or attending a professional conference can really strengthen your resume. There are several types of conferences you should consider. Ask yourself this: What are you interested in learning more… More...

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CLAS Career Network Manager

Brittany Grubbs
Brittany Grubbs

Brittany has curated the content for this page so you can view the latest thinking, articles, experiences, and programs related to Communications, Arts, and Entertainment. She’s located in the Academic Advising Center in Farrior Hall. To get updates and additional info, as well as information about relevant events, join the Communications, Arts, and Entertainment network.