Mass Communication Internship
This course will provide students with the opportunity to gain practical work experience in mass communications.
This internship is designed for Mass Communication students who desire to make practical application of their skills and technical knowledge developed from their academic curriculum.
Criteria for Participation:
REQUIRED TEXTS: The Intern Files: How to Get, Keep, and Make the Most of Your Internship by J. Fedorko
Employer evaluation 35%
All work must be completed for you to receive a passing grade in the course.
COMMITMENT TO CRITICAL THINKING: Piedmont College defines critical thinking as the ability to analyze and evaluate information; to synthesize information into coherent forms; and to apply and extend knowledge.
HONOR PLEDGE: All students, by their enrollment at Piedmont College, commit to the Honor Pledge.
STATEMENT ON ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: Students must be familiar with the College Academic Integrity Policy. Plagiarism, the intentional or unintentional use of another’s words or ideas as one’s own, will not be tolerated by the College. Professors send any Academic Integrity concerns directly to the VPAA to be handled by that office. Plagiarism may result in failure of the course. See Catalog for complete policy.
PAPER POLICY:Late papers will not be accepted and will receive a failing grade.
Special Considerations: Piedmont College makes every effort to provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations to students with disabilities. Accommodations must be coordinated through the Office of Counseling and Career Services by contacting the director at 1-800-277-7020 ext. 1259 or by email - firstname.lastname@example.org. Students are responsible for providing accurate and current documentation of their disability and for making a written request to the Director of Counseling and Career Services before receiving accommodations. Students with special needs (disabilities, problems, or any other factors that may affect their performance or that require special instructional strategies) should also make these needs known to the professor/instructor during the first class session.
Withdrawal Policy: During the first five days of Fall and Spring semester and the first three days of Summer semester, students may add and drop courses with the permission of their advisor. After this time, students may withdraw from a class. Please refer to the College Catalog for the particulars regarding the withdrawal policy.
Inclement Weather Delays or Closings: