Jamyrah, '17, is a community activist. In 2013, she founded My Life Movement (MLM) LLC, a youth advocacy group, in response to violence against teenagers in her neighborhood.
"MLM is a youth advocacy group, so we are here to be the voice of community members who are younger and not equipped with the resources they need to voice their problems."
Read Jamyrah's Story
At the College of Saint Elizabeth, we bridge academic communications theory with mass media strategy. Courses are content-driven: we approach mediated communication as a practice, with priority given to the message over the media. Students are grounded in the liberal arts and fuse their writing with visual communications, providing a platform for ongoing engagement with today's media-driven world.
1. Internship requirement, with established relationships in major firms.
2. Access to technology and faculty with hands-on experience.
3. Personal experience in the field, with publication possibilities during the program.
"I did not know the extent of my potential, but my professors did. They saw me better than I saw myself and I was able to do more things than I had anticipated. They encouraged me to continue my education in graduate school."
– Trang Tran, '12