Graduate Placement Info
Possible careers in ACJ
Graduates find opportunities in many career fields in small communities to large cities. They write and take photographs for newspapers and magazines; prepare radio or television scripts and programs; work in consumer relations with agribusiness firms; serve as extension and experiment station editors; communicate for agencies; edit company magazines; manage social media; work as legislative communicators or graphic designers; become communication directors; and countless other jobs.
Where you might work
Graduates work at public relations firms, trade and governmental organizations (like the USDA or EPA), agribusiness firms, livestock breed associations, nonprofit organizations, food and agribusiness publications and websites, and newspapers.
Other opportunities for media work include departmental student positions and intersession and summer internships. Students have interned at the White House, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of State, Fleishman-Hillard Public Relations, Angus Journal, National Pork Producers Council, KFRM, K-State Radio Network, Kansas Farm Bureau Communications Division, National FFA Organization, and Roberts Dairy.