Communication, Entertainment, and Media

Welcome to the Communications, Entertainment, and Media Community!

Communications, Entertainment, and Media (CEM) deals with the production and distribution of information in a variety of forms.

Entertainment traditionally encompasses music, films, radio, television, and theatre.  

Media includes newspapers, magazines, books, and social media platforms.

Communications career paths are broad and overlap with entertainment and media.  These career paths can also include advertising, PR, and corporate communications, to name a few.

Telecommunications, while commonly included within CEM, also falls within the technology industry, as a large number of employment opportunities require skills in information technology.

This page is a resource for your career development, whether you're just starting out or are years into your journey!

Here's what's you can do with the info here:

  • Connect and meet with a career advisor and faculty and staff career champions
  • Sign up for the community newsletters and Handshake notifications
  • Search for full-time, part-time, co-op, and internship positions
  • Find community-specific career and networking events

These resources are to help you meet your career goals!

Join This Community

By signing up you hear FIRST about networking opportunities, on-campus events, and new internships and jobs.

To get started, update your Handshake profile career interests and select this community.

Job Searching

Use the resources below to get started on finding full-time, part-time, internship, co-op, and volunteer opportunities.

Explore Careers in Communications, Entertainment, and Media

Join Student Organizations and Kent State Student Media

Getting involved in student organizations on campus allows you to build your network, develop valuable skills, and receive hands-on opportunities for personal and professional development. Start exploring the 400+ organizations available and join those that interest you!



Kent State Student Media is a great way to gain important skills and practical experience to help you launch your career.  Start as early as your freshman year and get involved in any of dozens of positions across our 10 Student Media partners. To get started, check out the current openings below or contact Kevin Dilley, Director of Student Media, at

Opportunities at Kent State Student Media

Learn More About Professional Associations

Connecting with others in your field is an important part of building your professional network. Professional organizations often have student memberships and provide numerous opportunities for learning, connecting, as well as access to job posting sites.

The career one-stop tool kit (link below) is a searchable professional association finder. There are also several links to professional associations within the Communications, Entertainment, and Media community.


Network and Connect with Alumni and Employers

Additional Resources for the Communications, Entertainment, and Media Career Community







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