Students at the School of Communication and Information are studying and preparing for careers of the 21st century. The Information Age requires citizens, entrepreneurs, and employees who understand how to navigate a changing world and information landscape.
The faculty and staff at SC&I are committed to helping students find employment in which they can find self-fulfillment and contribute to an evolving economy and society. Our majors and programs of study prepare students for a wide range of fields. Indeed, an education at the School of Communication and Information can serve as a broad base of knowledge and inquiry for people entering any field of work.
The School of Communication and Information is a leader in placing students in prestigious internships. In addition, we provide students, alumni, friends and supporters, and people in our related industries a website to look for employment and employees.
Take a look at some of the interesting career paths held by SC&I alumni
Watersheds Program Director
Cumberland River Compact
Librarian - Diversity and Literacy Services
Long Branch Free Public Library
Area Sales Manager
Translator and Artisan, RogueLeaf - Aramaic Designs
Author, The Aramaic Blog
Claudia A. Gentner
Elaine O. Gibbon
New Jersey elementary school librarian
Nevada children’s librarian
The Library Management Institute
Broadcast Operations Manager
Corporate Librarian and Archivist
A.M. Best Company
Nicole Marie Nigro-Clarke, Esq.
Stern, Lavinthal, Frankenberg & Norgaard, LLC
Courier News/Gannett, Inc.
Staff Writer/ Reporter
Shayne Rodriguez Thompson
Web Content Producer for IndependentTraveler.com and CruiseCritic.com
TripAdvisor Media Group/Expedia Inc.
Terrance G. "Terry" Shults
Head of Technical Services
J. Conrad Dunagan Library
University of Texas of the Permian Basin
Senior Director, Campaign Development
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Associate Alumni Editor, Rutgers Magazine
Rutgers University Alumni Relations
Jean Winans Fisher
Principal & Founder
Vantage Information Services
Nyree D. Wright