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ELLIOTT SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION

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Billy Brown
Co-op Office

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Lauren Childs

Youthville

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Austin Clift
  Kake-TV

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Alyssa Davis
Sullivan Higdon & Sink

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Robyn Davis
Wichita Wings

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Erika Elving
University Relations

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Olivia Newfarmer
American Diabetes Association
 

Cooperative education and

 work-based learning

Cooperative Education is an academic program that allows students to connect academic knowledge with the business world through internships. Co-op allows students in the Elliott School of Communication to connect with professionals in the community while gaining real-world experience.

Benefits of participating in Co-op:

Flexible time commitment. Internships can be held for a summer or semester, which is determined by the employer.

Tailored to student's emphasis area. Co-op expands learning experiences through employment in a supervised, educational work setting.

Communication credit available through Co-op. Elliott School students work with a faculty member who serves as an academic advisor during the internship.

Paid internships are available. Students can have a paying job while receiving course credit.

Invaluable experience. Practical experience is gained in areas such as advertising, broadcast journalism, electronic media, marketing, print journalism, public relations and related media positions.

For more information, contact:
Cooperative Education & Work-Based Learning
223 Grace Wilkie Hall
Office Phone: 316.978.3688
Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday-Friday