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    • Student resume critiques during a Career Connection event at the SoC.
    • Student resume critiques at a 2010 Career Connection event at the SoC.

 The SoC Career Connection Office is designed to provide students and alumni with career development information and activities related to the communications industry.

The Office provides a variety of online and reading room materials for students, including special resume writing and career planning workshops, individual career counseling services and other activities and resources.

The Office works closely with the student chapters of professional organizations such as the student chapter of the National Television Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Public Relations Society of America, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Advertising Association of America.

Career Connection online resources include the SoC Weekly Wire, information on jobs, internships, specialized databases, professional associations and organizations, scheduled recruiting visits, and more. (Please see links listed at right)

In addition, Career Connection hosts recruiters from numerous companies on a regular basis, offering students the opportunity to meet one-on-one with representatives from major communication corporations. The Office works closely with the University’s Toppel Center and the Launch Pad to sponsor workshops, seminars, special events and other activities related to career development and entrepreneurial endeavors. 

The Career Connection also works closely with the University's Toppel Career Center. More information on Toppel can be found at www.hireacane.com

A word about off-campus referrals: The University of Miami's School of Communication acts only as a referral service and makes no particular recommendations regarding employers. We make no representations or guarantees about positions listed by the school. The School of Communication is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of off-campus employment. Due to the volume of jobs received by the School of Communication, we are unable to research the integrity of each organization or person that lists a job with us. Therefore, you are urged to undertake the responsibility yourself. If you have any concerns or suspicions regarding the legitimacy of a job posting, please contact the School of Communication immediately.