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The Internship Program at Curry College offers students the opportunity to explore a variety of career paths by learning about their interests, skills, strengths, and values while acquiring course credits.
WMLN is completely student-run, under the supervision of Director of Radio, Professor Ken Carberry '80. Students can get involved in a variety of positions from day one on campus - and even host their own shows!
CC8 is Curry College's television station, housed in our state-of-the-art Hirsh Communication Center on campus. Students can work in a variety of positions at CC8 through our TV Practicum course.
The Currier Times
The Currier Times is Curry College's student-produced digital news publication. Students have the opportunity to blog, cover breaking campus news, write features, and produce photo slideshows, podcasts, and videos.
The purpose of the Curry College Public Relations Student Association is to increase the knowledge of the public relations profession and to provide students with opportunities and skills for the future.
Not only do Curry students have endless internship opportunities in the Boston market, but we also offer study away programs in D.C., L.A., and N.Y.C.
COM Honor Society
Lambda Pi Eta is a highly selective international honors society for students who have declared an interest in the field of communication and who have achieved a high level of academic excellence.
Along with institutional partnerships, you can create your own Study Abroad opportunity, or go global with our own faculty members as part of our Short-term, Faculty-led Courses.
Making the transition to college can be a little confusing and lot of fun. Your First-Year Experience at Curry College helps smooth out the bumps and puts you on the path to success.
At the heart of Curry College's undergraduate curriculum is our General Education (Gen Ed) Program. Gen Ed is based on our belief in the power and potential of the liberal arts.