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Television Producer. Sculptor. Social Media Strategist. Art Therapist. Professional Photographer. Brand Designer. Reporter. What do they all have in common? You can get your start in any of these careers at Curry— and follow in the successful footsteps of our alumni who stepped straight off campus into their dream jobs.

Our Arts and Communication majors will equip you with a versatile set of skills to make you a standout in any path you choose to pursue.

Jesse Cinquini '22

Jesse Cinquini ’22 Makes His Way to the Top as Celtics Writer for Sports Illustrated

If you love what you do, you’ll never have to work a day in your life. That much is true for 2022 Communication graduate Jesse Cinquini, who recently made his career dreams come true, accepting a job as a Boston Celtics writer for Sports Illustrated.

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Brandon Clay '21 Sits Down in iHeartRadio Lobby for New Job

Brandon Clay ’21 Lands On-Air Role with Powerhouse Boston Radio Station

Just a year and a half after graduation, Brandon Clay '21 has returned to his home state as the Afternoon Drive Host for iHeartRadio’s 101.7 The Bull. Since its official launch in 2011, the all-in-one audio service has grown to become the #1 streaming broadcast radio platform in the world.
Skubie Mageza

Trusting the Process, Skubie Mageza ’14 Makes Dream Job a Reality at ESPN

For Skubie Mageza, it’s always been about reps. Back in his Curry days, when Mageza was a star athlete for the Colonels football team, his coach would often ask him and his teammates where they see themselves in five years. His answer? Working for ESPN.
Olivia Perron '24, Michael Ouellette and Christopher Wilder

Currier Times Wins National Award for Presidential Coverage; CC8-TV Receives Honorable Mention

Curry College's student-run news organization The Currier Times has won the grand prize in the Web News Article category of the National Electronic Media Association’s student competition for the second year in a row. The winning article, written by Olivia Perron '24, centered on President Biden’s trip to Boston to announce the “Cancer Moonshot” initiative.
Michael Davis '19 Accepts Emmy Award

Communication Alumni Recognized at 46th NATAS Emmy® Awards

Adding to the prestige of the Curry College Communication program, three alumni in the television industry were honored at the 46th Boston/New England National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Emmy® Awards ceremony.
Luke Robitaille ’22

Strong Ambition, Faculty Connections Help Luke Robitaille '22 Land Dream Job with New England Revolution

Months before he and his classmates walk across the stage at Commencement, Luke Robitaille ’22 has already secured his post-graduation career plans. The senior Communication major is a full-time Digital Content Producer for the New England Revolution, a role he accepted during the fall 2021 semester.
A New Home for Curry Creatives

A New Home for Curry Creatives

Walk through the third floor of the Kennedy Academic Building this year and you’ll see creative artists and designers at work in the new industry-inspired open-plan design studio.
Communication student using RED Camera

Communication Students Work as Independent Filmmakers in RED Film Course

This past semester, Curry Communication students had the unique opportunity to work as independent filmmakers in the RED Camera Film Production course. Together, students manage a budget, rent cameras, technical gear, and lighting, as well as scout locations and actors for the film.
Sarah Izidore Poses in Front of ABA Centers of America Sign

Photo Story: Curry Students Gain Valuable Experience Through Summer Internships

Curry students were career-focused in the summer of 2022, completing internships in healthcare, business and global finance, sports, media, criminal justice, and more. Check out what our hardworking Curry students have been up to this summer!

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