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Communications student interviews Indiana Governor Mike Pence


One or more communications internship is highly recommended for students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in communication studies or a mass communication field.

Worth three credit hours, the communications internship offers students job experience in the discipline through a minimum of 150 hours of supervised professional work.

Internships are an important part of preparing for careers after graduation.


In order to enroll for any communications internship, a student must:


  • If you are a Communication Studies student, fill out this Application
  • Make sure to read the rules of your internship here


Students studying communications have completed internships at a wide range of local companies and organizations such as:

  • 14 News (WFIE)
  • Auto Dealer Monthly
  • Axiom Marketing - Advertising - Interactive
  • Evansville ARC
  • Evansville Courier & Press
  • Evansville Living (Tucker Publishing)
  • Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science
  • Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana
  • Girl Scouts of America
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Junior Achievement of Southewestern Indiana
  • Koch Family Children's Museum of Evansville
  • Leadership Evansville
  • Local 7 (WTVW/WEHT)
  • News 4U
  • Northwestern Mutual
  • SABIC Innovative Plastics
  • South Central Media
  • Townsquare Media
  • Wesselman Nature Society

In 2014, Casie Mathies was a summer intern for The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office in Indianapolis. She helped create the social media campaign with a hashtag in the following video:



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