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Here are some people and resources on and off campus that can help you find the internship that is perfect for you. 

UMSL Career Services. The folks in this office are perfeclty suited to help you find the internship that best aligns with your career goals. 

Triton Career Keys. This is a great online tool that allows you to search for internships through the Career Servicers website. Use your SSO ID and passowrd to log in and begin. 

The Rome Group. The Rome Group is a St. Louis-based organization that connects nonprofits with talented people who want to work in the nonprofit sector. They have a great job search engine that allows you search specifically for internships. 

Glassdoor. This is a search engine that lets you search for positions based on key words and locations, ie: Public relations intern, St. Louis, MO.

Ryan Krull ( Ryan is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the department of Communication and Media Studies. He is also the internship coordinator for the department. Contact him with any questions you have. He's here to help. 

Sylvia Harris ( Sylvia is the Assistant Director of Academic Advising and Student Services as well as the academic advisor for Communication majors. She can help you with any questions you have in particular as they relate to enrolling in COMM 1193 (for practicum) or COMM 3393 (for internship).

Jill Alexander ( coordinates the Public Relations Certificate. Contact her if you are completing your internship as part of earning that certificate.

Amber Reinhart ( and Stephanie Van Stee ( coordinate the Health Commuication Certificate. Contact either professor Reinhart or Professor Van Stee if you are completing your internship as part of earning that certificate.

Here are a few examples of organizations that UMSL Communication students have had particularly good experiences interning at recently.

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