Got what it takes to go viral? It's a crowded internet out there—to the tune of 500 Million Tweets, 4.3 billion Facebook messages, 3.6 billion Instagram "likes" and 6 billion Google searches—every single day! And the competition for attention, evolving technology, and shifting audiences is growing and changing just as fast. But for those with the skills, talent and desire, the digital world is still filled with infinite opportunities.
of Xavier graduates are employed, enrolled in a full-time graduate program or volunteering within 90 days of graduation.
Take advantage of internships or employment opportunities at museums, magazines, design showrooms, foundations, media groups, and other businesses in Cincinnati.
The internet isn't just static, informational webpages. It's communication between people. We share YouTube videos with friends, and we Skype into work meetings. At Xavier, you'll learn how communities exist solely online, how friendships are enhanced with social media, and how to lead video-conferences at work.
At Xavier, you don't have to wait until you graduate to get work experience. Our internship program helps get you connected with top employers right away. In fact, we often have more available internships than interns! By doing an internship for academic credit, you connect your academic classes with the kind of work you'll be doing after graduation.
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Damon Jones, a native of Detroit, never thought of attending Xavier until a friendly admissions counselor struck up a conversation at a college fair. Now he is helping launch a major campaign for his university.
When Jack Carey graduated from Xavier with a degree in Communications Studies, he left behind a legacy ranging from a hot dog business to a series of successful sports videos.
Graduates of our Communications Arts department go on to work for top companies like
Procter & Gamble
Fifth Third Bank