Graduate Placement Info

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Possible career opportunities after ACJ

Graduates find opportunities in many career fields from 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 after graduation

  • Public relations firms
  • Trade and governmental organizations (like USDA or EPA)
  • Agribusiness firms
  • Livestock breed associations
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Food and agribusiness publications and websites
  • Newspapers

Internship Possibilities

Other opportunities for media work include departmental student posi­tions and intersession and summer internships. Some examples of places students have interned include, but are not limited to:

  • The White House
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture
  • U.S. Department of State
  • Fleishman-Hillard Public Rela­tions
  • Kansas Farm Bureau Communications Division
  • National Pork Producers Council
  • KFRM, K-State Radio Network
  • Angus Journal
  • National FFA Organization
  • Roberts Dairy