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Our internship opportunities give students real world experience, networking opportunities, and exposure to one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies. You can learn more by viewing the job descriptions and apply for an internship click on the categories below. For detailed descriptions about the categories, click here.
- Ad sales
- Advertising & Promotions
- Film Development/Production
- Finance & Accounting
- Graduate Level
- Graphic Arts, Digital Media & Editorial
- Human Resources
- Production & Entertainment
- PR, Corporate Comm, & Publicity
- Universal Pictures
- Universal Pictures: Marketing & Publicity
- Universal Studios Hollywood Operations
- Video Editing/Post-Production
- Web Content
- News & Broadcast Journalism
8663BR : East Coast NBCUniversal Internships - Summer 2013 Click to Apply.
8668BR : West Coast NBCUniversal Internships - Summer 2013 Click to Apply..
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The NBCUniversal Television Stations division comprises 10 NBC television stations in major U.S. television markets, along with 15 stations affiliated with the Telemundo Network. Individually managed and staffed, these stations broadcast NBC and Telemundo network programs and present substantial amounts of locally produced news, sports, and public affairs programming. Internships are generally available at each station across the country. To apply for an internship please utilize the appropriate link to one of the web sites listed below. Please indicate the semester (Fall, Spring, Summer) and type of internship desired in the body of the email.
TELEMUNDO: email resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Go backstage and gain first-hand experience in engineering, emerging media technology, global television and film technical operations, and corporate information technology in a paid summer internship! This internship allows you the unique opportunity to be part of the "magic" involved with delivering television and movies to millions of consumers. Targeting rising Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors in technical majors for Summer 2013. Opportunities available on both the East and West Coasts.
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CNBC is the leading global brand in business news and analysis, providing real-time financial market coverage in more than 100 countries. Viewers of CNBC business news programming are business executives and financial professionals that have significant purchasing power. Internships are offered during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters and are available in news production, primetime, publicity, marketing, legal, etc. To submit your interest in an internship at CNBC, email your resume and cover letter to: CNBCfirstname.lastname@example.org
MSNBC is a groundbreaking joint venture from Microsoft and NBC, comprised of MSNBC TV on cable and MSNBC.com on the Internet. The MSNBC concept means that both television viewers and personal-computer users will benefit from a service that offers truly integrated television and interactive news, quality breaking news coverage and dynamic discussion of topical events. Internships are offered during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters and are available in news production, research, editing, etc. To submit your interest in an internship at MSNBC, visit: www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3342438/
NBC is a proud sponsor of the Emma Bowen Foundation. The Emma L. Bowen Foundation was established by the media industry to help increase access to permanent job opportunities for minority students. The Foundation's program is unlike other intern programs in that students work for a partner company during summers and school breaks from the end of their junior year in high school until they graduate from college. During that five-year period, students have an opportunity to learn many aspects of corporate operations and develop company-specific skills. Students in the program receive an hourly wage, as well as matching compensation to help pay for college tuition and expenses. Mentoring from selected staff in the sponsoring company is also a key element of the program.
The partner company and the Foundation staff work together to select local high schools from which to recruit students. Foundation staff discusses the program with principals and guidance counselors and request assistance with student recruitment. Student application forms are provided for qualified candidates. Students with a GPA of 3.0 or better are eligible. Student applications, teacher recommendations and academic records are reviewed by Foundation staff and forwarded to the partner company. Interviews with students can be conducted with or without Foundation staff. The partner company makes the ultimate selection.
Students interested in the Emma Bowen Foundation Program should contact the organization directly at www.emmabowenfoundation.com.