WE’RE LOOKING FOR EVENTS INTERNs!
The Center for Communication is seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic interns to help out behind the scenes and support program staff during our events. We’re looking for candidates who can commit to a minimum of 6 evening events for the semester.. Learn more
NEW ‘ON LOCATION’ EVENTS WITH DIGITAS, BUSTLE
Our Fall 2019 calendar is taking shape with two new On Location visits to the NYC offices of Digitas (Sept. 20) and Bustle (Sept. 27). Space is limited. Students only. Learn more
Rita Ferro, President of Disney Advertising Sales, will be honored by the Center for Communication at our annual luncheon gala on Oct. 23. Every year the Center presents its Frank Stanton Award for Excellence in Communication, named for former CBS president, and Center for Communication founder, Dr. Frank Stanton.
“It’s an honor to be recognized by the Center for Communication and I’m proud to be the first female Latinx recipient of the Frank Stanton Award,” said Ferro. “Of all my achievements, my years of mentorship and shepherding the next wave of leaders has been the most rewarding and I’m so fortunate to be spotlighted by an organization that represents those key values.” Learn more
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Matthew Duckor, Executive Producer, Condé Nast Entertainment, says not to spring your résumé on everyone in your field of interest, but to really target your specific passion and where your interests lie so that you have an actual opinion.
Susanna Pollack, President, Games for Change, says that it’s important to recognize that many of your skills are transferable, particularly in the areas of critical thinking and problem-solving. It’s important to know how to articulate about the classes you’ve taken, regardless of your major, and how these skills will make you successful in the job.