Networking opportunities galore!

The Communication Studies department offers a wide variety of events for students to connect with professionals in the field including internships (which was discussed in a previous blog post this week), Project Protégé and the alumni panels on Communication Studies Day. The Communication Studies Society sponsors Project Protégé where students are paired with professionals in the Wilmington area. Students must apply for placement in the program. It offers students a valuable opportunity to network and gain insight to their respective fields.

Tomorrow, Friday, March 26, 2010, is Communication Studies day, which is sponsored by the Communication Studies department. Communication Studies Day is an annual celebration of our discipline that allows students the opportunity to network with alumni who work in communication related industries.

Tune in tomorrow for our exciting live blog where our class will update information on who is speaking on the panels, what the panelists experiences have been in the field, the panelists advice to students and what to wear/what not to wear to interviews via the Dress for Success fashion show. We hope you join us on Communication Studies Day! Below is the schedule:

10:00-11:00 Panel presentation by alumni (Leutze Hall 125) (LIVE BLOG)

11:00-11:30 Networking session with panelists (Leutze Lobby)

12:15-1:15 Dress for Success Fashion Show presented by Communication Studies Society (Warwick Center Ballroom) (LIVE BLOG)

2:00-3:00 Panel presentation by alumni (Leutze Hall 125) (LIVE BLOG)

3:00-3:30 Networking session with panelists (Leutze Lobby)

4:00 Social at Wrightsville Grille

-Rachel Kaylor

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