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Corporate Communication

  • Available as a major
    Using your communication strengths in the business environment is a challenging and rewarding career. Be the first voice of your company or organization, presenting what you do and who you are in the best way possible. Encourage employees. Build effective teams. Convince the public of your valuable contributions. Manage difficult situations with the right words and presentations.

  • Corporate Communication is a major within Communication Studies.

    At Olivet, you can:

    • Study organizational communication, principles of marketing, advertising and promotions, intercultural communication, business and technical writing, public speaking.
    • Learn from business and communication professionals with a wealth of experience to share.
    • Draw from both communication and business disciplines to increase your effectiveness in the corporate world.
    • And so much more!


    A career in corporate communications might be right for you if you:

    • enjoy working with people.
    • have talents in writing and public speaking.
    • get energized when working with teams or groups.
    • are challenged and excited by problem solving.
    • relate well to a variety of personalities.

    Possible careers include: event coordinator, alumni relations coordinator, corporate trainer, communications consultant, educational affairs director, business development manager, community affairs coordinator, development director, employee publications specialist, civic affairs representative, communication relations specialist, speechwriter, spokesperson, media liaison officer, volunteer coordinator, patient advocate, promotional campaign developer, intercultural communications specialist, communications specialist, communications director

    Possible employers include: corporations, private consulting firms, public relations firms, government agencies, military, utilities, labor unions, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, hospitals and medical centers, foreign service

    Corporate Communication is part of the Department of Communication within the College of Arts and Sciences.

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  • A degree in communication sets you up for success in a wide variety of careers.

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