Communication Internships

Below are some of the many internships that Lasell students have held while enrolled as a Communication major. This entails industries such as radio, journals, newspaper, publishers, television, marketing, PR & advertising agencies.

In Their Own Words:

Jessica Buono"I'm interning at NewTV in Newton. I am responsible for going out to events to get interviews, then editing and coming up with a news story from all the information I gathered. Editing consists of me cutting the film and recording a voice over. My stories, if edited by the deadline, make it on to the Newton News broadcast." - Jessica Buono, Communication Major

"At WEEI Sports Radio, I am responsible for upkeep of the website and I also contact contest winners, which can be really fun to make someone's day by telling them that they won Celtics tickets. I also write scripts for on-air personalities and prepare the street team for game night promotions. At CBS Boston, I log games and help choose game highlights for the 11pm news. I also write scripts for on-air anchors."
Tayla Polia, Communication Major

Other Communication Internship Opportunities Include:

Radio

  • 99.5 FM, WKLB, Boston: Promotions
  • 106.7 FM, WMJX, Boston: Promotions
  • WEEI Sports Radio, Boston: Promotions
  • 94.5 JAMN, Waltham
  • Lasell Radio

     

    Journals/Newspapers/Publishers

  • Boston Herald, Morrissey Blvd., Boston
  • Boston Metro
  • The Boston Phoenix
  • Community Newspaper Company, Needham

     

    Television

  • Viacom Boston, Soldiers Field Road
  • New TV, Newton Community Television
  • New England Cable News,

     

    Museums

  • Charles River Museum of Industry, Waltham
  • Newton Historical Museum (formerly, the Jackson Homestead), West Newton
  • Paul Revere House, North Square, Boston.

     

    Marketing/PR/Advertising Agencies

  • Arnold Worldwide, Huntington Avenue, Boston
  • Collette Philips Communication, South End, Boston
  • Conventures, Design Center Place
  • Lasell College, Office of Institutional Advancement

     

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