Internships are an integral part of a Grove City College education. As a way to gain practical experience, internships provide students with hands-on skills in the field of their choice and increase their value to potential employers after graduation.  Internships also allow students to explore different career paths, for if a student enjoys a particular internship, it is likely he or she will also enjoy a career in that particular field.

Internships in the communication studies department are particularly unique. Communication studies students can pursue internships in a wide variety of fields. Radio, broadcast or print journalism, photography, business, non-profit, and politics are only a few of the many areas communication studies majors can explore. Quite often, internships lead directly to job offers. Recently, our students have interned at:

  • Library of Congress
  • National Geographic
  • Boston Red Sox
  • MTV Networks, New York
  • Fox News
  • WXDX/Fox Sports Radio 970
  • Sean Hannity Radio
  • KDKA Television/ Radio
  • TLC Quality Living
  • U.S. Embassy, France
  • Middle East Media, Cairo, Egypt
  • World Vision
  • Compassion International
  • Pennsylvania Family Institute
  • Summer’s Best Two Weeks
  • Focus on the Family
  • Coca-Cola


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Current Students

​Every student’s story is different, and how you choose to take advantage of the numerous opportunities to learn, grow and flourish is up to you. Research opportunities, unique work experiences and student clubs and organizations are just a few of the ways our students get involved.

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After Graduation

​Grove City College communication studies students are well prepared to continue their education or to immediately enter the workforce after graduation.

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Minor in Communication Studies

​Students complete 18 credit hours of course requirements to minor in communication studies.

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities

​The Department of Communication Studies at Grove City College offers students the academic freedom to conduct meaningful, relevant research alongside experienced and accomplished faculty.

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Minor in Theatre

​The minor is open to all students and offers the opportunity to develop foundational skills in the craft of the theatre.

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Minor in Studio Art

Students minoring in studio art may choose from a broad selection of courses including drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, print-making, history and appreciation of art, elements of design, history of pueblo pottery and photography.​

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