Welcome to the Association of Human Communication page!
Next meeting is on Thursday, January 17th at 4:30PM in Stauffer A, room 137 (student lounge).
AHC is an organization for both Communication and Business Communication majors (including those with a minor or certificate in communication or civil communication) who are interested in networking, gaining valuable career advice, and getting more involved with the subject of communication in general. The club is a part of the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication and meets bi-weekly to discuss anything communication related and participate in events related to the study of communication in general! Having a good communication skill-set is critical to any future career in the 21st century, and AHC is here to help students see their potential and explore where they fit into the corporate world. AHC holds resume-building workshops, networking events, discussions about communication as a subject, and meetings with professionals who can talk about the value and opportunity you have with a communication degree! We hope you'll join our page and attend a meeting to find out more information!
AHC is a club and organization for Communication and Business Communication majors who are interested in working in career, community and communication areas. The club is under the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication department and meets every other week to discuss anything from communication related to future career options. Communication is the key to understanding what brings us all together. AHC is here to help students see their potential and explore where they fit into the corporate world. AHC holds resume-building workshops, relay interview tips, and provide information about studying abroad as well as information about internship opportunities.
Usually President, sometimes Director/Chair, etc.
Usually Vice President, sometimes Secretary/Treasurer, etc.
Usually Secretary, sometimes Recruitment chair, etc.
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