Arts, Entertainment, & Communications Career Community

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Explore the Arts, Entertainment, and Communications Career Community

The education career community includes those interested in careers related to the planning, management, and provision of educational, training, and learning support services.

Your major does NOT equal your career! 

All majors and concentrations correlate to career in Arts, Entertainment, and Communications operational areas. However, some of the more popular choices of major for students in this career community are:

  • Visual Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Communication Studies
  • Creative Writing
  • Historical Studies
  • Language and Culture Studies
  • Literature
  • Media Production
  • Media Studies
  • Public Relations
  • Theatre

Here is a snapshot of the various areas you could specialize in with a career in Arts, Entertainment, and Communications:

  • Visual Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Design
  • Cultural and Museum Work
  • Sports and Entertainment Services
  • Radio
  • Television
  • Journalism
  • Publishing
  • Public Relations

There are a wide variety of jobs within the Arts, Entertainment, and Communications industries. To explore the job titles within each industry, click one of the buttons below:

Industries related to: Communication


Industries related to: Art, Design, and Performance

Much like the many roles you could pursue in Arts, Entertainment, and Communications, there are also a variety of work environments.  

To explore the types of organizations within each industry, click one of the buttons below:

Industries related to: Communication

Industries related to: Art, Design, and Performance

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  • Search Timeline – Larger organizations will recruit months in advance while smaller organizations in these industries tend to hire on an as need basis. If you have a preferred employment start date, consider beginning the search process 6-12 months out.
  • Create your Target Employer List – Every company needs staff with your skills and talents! Don’t limit exploring opportunities with an employer based on the industry they represent. Develop a list of target companies and regularly visit their websites for job announcements.
  • Network Today – Many employers in this industry hire from within their network. Be sure to reach out routinely to classmates, faculty and personal contacts to develop relationships. Explore and connect with alumni/employers working in the field.
  • Have an Online Presence – In creative roles employers tend to look for samples of work prior to interviewing candidates. Considering posting your work on a YouTube channel, creating a website or uploading sample work on LinkedIn. Also consider creating a portfolio of print examples to bring on interviews.
  • Internship Compensation - Internships in creative fields are frequently unpaid or underpaid, but they are a great way to build your network and are crucial for securing full-time employment in these industries.
  • Participate in Stockton’s Semesterly Career and Internship Fair - Determine which companies will be at the Career and Internship Fair by logging onto your account. These programs are offered in early-October and late-February. Reminder: all organizations hire people with your skills!
  • Partner with Campus Philly – Your resource for employer connections in the greater Philadelphia region. Participate in online career and internship fairs hosted in October and March.

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