Communications/Sports Journalism Careers and Internships
Springfield College communications/sports journalism students are constantly making their marks in the professional world, even while they’re still undergraduate students. Currently, we have communications/sports journalism students publishing in local and national media outlets from the Daily Hampshire Gazette to The Boston Globe to USA Today.
Our alums have won state and national awards in both broadcast and print journalism, too. They work as writers; reporters; marketing coordinators; sports information assistants; and more.
We’re also proud of the fact that, in a survey of 2015-16 graduates, 100 percent of communications/sports journalism graduates who responded reported either being employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Here are a few career paths our recent graduates have pursued.
|Company Name||Job Title||Location|
|Boston Junior Bruins||Sports Broadcaster||Boston, Mass.|
|Connecticut Business Systems||Sales Manager||West Springfield, Mass.|
|Digital Crime Examinations, LLC||Business Associate||Woburn, Mass.|
|ESPN||Recurring Production Assistant||Bristol, Conn.|
|G4S||Communications and Public Relations||Jupiter, Fla.|
|The Westfield News||Staff Writer||Westfield, Mass.|
|USA Today||Designer/Page Editor||Louisville, Ky.|
|WLCQ 99.7 FM||Production Assistant||Agawam, Mass.|
|Walt Disney World Company||Disney College Program/Vacation Planner||Orlando, Fla.|