Artists and storytellers play a key role in creating Naval excellence. Sailors who work in Navy communication jobs are responsible for managing the Navy’s public perception and uplifting Sailors, civilians and foreign dignitaries. As a Sailor in this role, you’ll get the chance to shape the worldwide perspective of America’s Navy.
We offer a variety of educational assistance options, from scholarships to financial reimbursement, salary advances to sign-on bonuses. Explore opportunities in NROTC, undergraduate, graduate and professional programs to determine what's best for you, or chat with a Recruiter to get the latest details.
For details about education for specific arts and communications careers, select the specific job below. You can also find more details about education opportunities for Enlisted Sailors or Officers here.
Depending on your job, Navy pay and benefits will flex to fit your role. You can rely on regular promotions, pay increases and world-class benefits that rival any civilian employer. Many Sailors can even qualify for sign-on bonuses depending on their field. Every Sailor is guaranteed:
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There are part-time opportunities in the Navy Reserve for Enlisted Sailors and Officers in arts and communications. You can keep many of your full-time benefits while serving just one weekend a month and two weeks a year for annual training. As a Navy Reserve Sailor or Officer, you will support and aid America’s Navy while building your life in the civilian world.
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Travel the world to capture military operations, develop high-profile media campaigns and tell the story of America’s Navy.
Navy Musicians perform at special events, celebrations, international parades and more.
Write news releases. Answer reporters' questions. Manage the public image of America’s Navy as a valued Public Affairs Officer.
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