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At WMLN, not only did I learn the technical aspects of working in media, like setting up interviews and editing and making pieces air-ready, but I learned things like how to manage employees, how to deal with radio and music personalities and how to be professional in the face of those challenges.


Sydney Lowe '98
MLB Network
Major: Communication




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Communication Scholars

Picture yourself in a program with something extra.

Did you ever see yourself...

  • Producing a film?
  • In public relations?
  • Writing for broadcast media?
  • Performing on stage?
  • Leading a marketing team?
  • Editing and creating video?
  • On the air with your own radio show?

Then apply to join Curry College's Communication Scholars prior to your First-Year at Curry.  COM Scholars is a select group of talented students who want to:

  • Get a jump start on internships in the Communication field
  • Enjoy special opportunities for connections with industry leaders
  • Work closely with faculty mentors in exciting specialties

Join your professors in a setting that is both academically challenging and unique. Communication Scholars meet as a group in two specially designated linked courses for COM Scholars: Fundamentals of Communication and First Year Seminar. Support each other in charting your unique paths through the many curricular and internship possibilities.

For more information contact Professor Dorria DiManno at ddimanno@curry.edu or Professor John Barrett at jbarrett@curry.edu.

A Memorable Experience...

Gabrielle Dube, Class of 2014 "The classes I've had with my fellow COM Scholars have been by far the most exciting and memorable. I now have a support group that I can turn to whenever I need them and there is not a doubt in my mind that they are friends that I will have for life. This program has given me the opportunity to explore a variety of areas in the communication field and I'm excited to continue to develop my career path with the other COM Scholars." - Gabrielle Dube, Class of 2014
Chloe Ferrarone, Class of 2014 "I love being part of Communication Scholars! I love the opportunities we get to meet people in the industry. I also like how I am with other students who are really interested in the same field." - Chloe Ferrarone, Class of 2014
Elton Silva, Class of 2014 "My time with the COM Scholars program has been incredible. I experienced an epiphany as a result of one of our dinners with professionals in the communication field, not to mention that I was able to complete an internship with a company that I learned about through the program." - Elton Silva, Class of 2014

 
Meet Elton Silva '14

The next big-time corporate television mogul could very well be Elton Silva '14, a double major in communication and management. As a high school sophomore, Elton found himself in a TV production course, and he's been excited about all things television ever since.

Speaking Center
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The Speaking Center at Curry College helps students prepare for speeches and presentations by providing feedback on them before being graded in a particular class.

WMLN - FM Curry Radio
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WMLN-FM 91.5, our award winning non-commercial radio station, is operated by Curry students under the  supervision of the faculty director of broadcasting.

Currier Times

The Currier Times and curriertimes.net are Curry College's student-produced news publications.  Students blog, cover breaking campus news, write feature stories, and produce photo slideshows, podcasts and videos and gain a wealth of experience in print publishing, including long-form writing, copyediting, photography, photo editing and page design.

Curry College Public Relations Association (CCPRSA)
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The purpose of the Curry College Public Relations Student Association (CCPRSA) organization is to increase the knowledge of the public relations profession and to provide students with opportunities and skills for the future.

Useful Websites
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Students interested in the communication program at Curry can research a number of professional organizations in the surrounding area using these helpful links.

 
 
 

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