Careers - September 2021
- Graduates possess the multimedia reporting and editing skills needed for work at digital news portals, magazines, specialized websites, nonprofit organizations, online journals, newspapers, radio and TV newsrooms, publishing houses, and the many exciting careers being created by emerging digital storytelling technologies.
- Graduates have advanced standing opportunity towards degree completion in Conestoga's Bachelor of Public Relations (Honours).
- An articulation agreement with Wilfrid Laurier University's Honours Bachelor of Arts, Digital Media & Journalism provides advanced standing into year three of their four year degree program, offering Conestoga's Journalism graduates the opportunity to complete a diploma and a degree in four years.
On average, 73% of graduates from the last three years (2017 to 2019) found employment within six months of graduation
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