Communications, Marketing & Media

Welcome to the Communications, Marketing and Media Connections Community!

This community is geared towards anyone interested in working in communications, marketing and/or media. Are you a tech whiz and also creative? Are you good with numbers and passionate about dance? There are so many interesting roles in these sectors, whatever your major and whether you are generating creativity or being major support behind the scenes. All are welcome!


Alumni Connections

  • Richmond, VA
  • Soccer Trainer Self-employed
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Director, Capital Raising Benedict Canyon Equities
  • Bryn Mawr, PA
  • Assistant Director of Campus Safety Harcum College
  • Maple Shade, NJ
  • Preservation Patrick A. Neely, LLC
  • New York, NY
  • SVP, Partnerships AdTheorent
  • Princeton, NJ
  • Global Head of Accident and Health Claims, AXIS Re AXIS Capital
  • Washington, DC
  • Council Relations National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
  • Palm Bay, FL
  • System Engineer Harris Corporation
  • Boston, MA
  • New York, NY
  • Management Trainee L'Oréal
  • North Carolina, USA
  • Employee Experience Advisor Blue Cross NC
  • Mebane, NC
  • Head of Human Resources - US Division BGF Industries, Inc

Featured Resources

An Introduction to Media & Entertainment

The Career Center has industry advisors for students interested in Media & Entertainment who work directly with employers in the Media & Entertainment field to understand …

Life in the Media & Entertainment Industry

Pros and Cons: Major pros include challenging and exciting work, the chance to meet celebrities and be surrounded by passionate …

The Media & Entertainment Recruiting Process & Next Steps

The Recruiting Process

The Interview Process

Portfolio Materials:

Fit and Experiential Interviews:

An Introduction to Marketing

The Career Center has industry advisors for students interested in marketing. who work directly with employers in the marketing field to understand …

Life in the Marketing Industry

Pros and Cons: Major pros include the chance to work on interesting projects, the opportunity to expand skills and knowledge …

The Marketing Recruiting Process & Next Steps

The Recruiting Process

The Interview Process

Fit and Experiential Interviews:

Skill Building Courses

Learning to Write Marketing Copy

Ian Lurie
Copy is the heart and soul of almost every marketing endeavor. Get a great foundation for all your campaigns with…

Creative Inspirations: Ed Emberley, Children’s Book Illustrator

Ed Emberley
Award-winning children’s book author and illustrator Ed Emberley is truly a national treasure, having drawn nearly 100 books. The warmth…

Cover Letter Tips

Jenny Foss
Cover letters offer job seekers an opportunity to explain how their education, skills, and experiences line up directly with the…

Ideation for Marketers

Brad Batesole
How do you keep your marketing fresh—generating new ideas and approaches to keep your audience engaged? In this course, marketing…

After Effects Apprentice: 12 Tracking and Keying

Trish Meyer
Explore how to use the motion tracker and stabilizer built into After Effects and shows how to handle a variety…

After Effects Compositing: 4 Color Keying

Mark Christiansen
Color keying, also known as chroma keying, lets you shoot a foreground scene and insert it into virtually any background;…

View Source

Ray Villalobos
This series offers 10-minute projects on intermediate and advanced web design topics, covering technologies such as HTML, PHP, jQuery, and…

AutoCAD 2014 Essential Training: 5 Working with References

Jeff Bartels
Learn to work with AutoCAD blocks, link to other drawings, and incorporate images into your AutoCAD 2014 projects. Join author…

Design the Web: Automating Web Graphics

Chris Converse
Learn to composite graphics in Adobe Photoshop using variables and a simple text file. This Design the Web installment shows…

Rhino and V-Ray: Product Design Rendering

Dave Schultze
Make your design concepts more compelling with product renderings created in Rhino and V-Ray. Join Dave Schultze for a fun,…

Modeling an F1 Wheel in Maya

Veejay Gahir
Once you’ve drawn your initial product design, it’s time to take it to a 3D program for modeling. Veejay Gahir…

Character Animation: Dialogue

George Maestri
Facial animation makes your character’s inner life shine through. This course—focused on the principles, not the tools, of animation—explores how…

SketchBook Pro 7 Essential Training

Veejay Gahir
Digital drawing is made easier with SketchBook Pro, whether you’re an illustrator a CAD designer involved in manufacturing. In this…

Learning Houdini

Scott Pagano
Amidst the myriad of 3D tools, Houdini is unique, offering a procedural workflow and node networks that allow for increased…

After Effects Guru: Time-Based Effects

Eran Stern
One of the ways to add drama to video and animation is the manipulation of time. In this course Eran…

3D and Animation Careers: First Steps

George Maestri
Take your first step into the 3D animation pipeline. Animator and educator George Maestri reviews the software and processes involved…

Migrating from AutoCAD to Inventor

Thom Tremblay
AutoCAD users around the world are adopting Autodesk Inventor, the purpose-built tool for mechanical design, engineering, and manufacturing. While they’re…

Animation Foundations: Drawing Cartoon Characters

Dermot O' Connor
Learn to draw cartoon characters for classical cel animation, digital animation, comic books, or just for fun. In this course,…

5-Day Mograph Challenge: Typographic Logo Animation

EJ Hassenfratz
You’ve learned how to put company logos in motion. Now, the challenge is to reflect that same energy and branding…

Visual Studio Essential Training: 03 Exploring Projects and Solutions

Walt Ritscher
Projects and solutions are essential to Visual Studio. In fact, you can’t start coding without a solution file, which contains…

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