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Take a second to imagine your dream job. Does it involve performing creative tasks like writing or design? Using the latest state-of-the-art digital technology? Or even traveling around the world to film a documentary?
The multimedia communication minor is designed to give you a diverse set of skills in communication, art, business and computer technology. At GC, you’ll work with professional-grade equipment in courses like Digital Media Production, Photo Communication and Creating for the Web. On campus, you’ll be invited to participate in our many co-curricular opportunities, including The Correspondent, our student-produced television news program; 91.1 The Globe, our award-winning radio station; FiveCore Media, an on-campus television and documentary production company; and The Record, our weekly student newspaper. You might travel the globe with public relations and broadcasting courses in locations such as Greece, Italy and Kenya.
The field of communication is rapidly changing as technology evolves in the digital age. If you’re interested in being a successful communicator—no matter what the medium—GC’s multimedia communication minor will give you the real-world skills and experience to succeed in a variety of careers.
Benjamin Kelly is a 2013 graduate with a broadcasting degree. With the training, experience and knowledge he gained at Goshen College (and a voice made for radio), he soon landed a professional announcing job.
Lynette is an EMMY™ Award-winning Series Producer for The Art Show on THINKTV, a PBS affiliate. After working for a CBS affiliate for 14 years, she launched a half hour magazine-style show, creating the program from the groun
Elizabeth, a 2016 communication and English writing graduate, got behind a video camera her first semester and has been hooked ever since. She hopes to someday travel the world and film the stories she sees and hears.