The Peter Roth Internship Program, a comprehensive paid internship program for students interested in a career in scripted television, is now accepting applications!
EBF Information Session
Wednesday, November 1st, at 6pm on ZoomRegister Here for link
**It is highly recommended that students attend the session to be a stronger applicant in the selection pool.**
The Emma Bowen Foundation (EBF) promotes a more diverse industry by recruiting promising students of color like you and placing them in multi-year PAID internships at some of the nation’s leading media and tech companies, such as Comcast NBCUniversal, Discovery, Hearst Television, the New York Times, the NFL, Spectrum, and ViacomCBS. Whether you’re interested in being a producer, a journalist, a web developer, an engineer, a business executive, a PR agent, a sales representative, or any other career in media or tech, the EBF Internship is here to help you get your start.
You are eligible to apply for an EBF Summer Internship if you meet ALL of the following:
- Are a student of color (Asian, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Black, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino, or Multi-Racial)
- Are a high school senior OR an undergraduate college student (undergraduates graduating in Spring 2024 are eligible to apply)
- Plan to attend or are currently a student at a four-year accredited U.S. college or university (This includes students who will transfer to a four-year accredited U.S. college or university in Spring 2024 or Fall 2024.)
- Have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0
- Are interested in pursuing a career in media, entertainment, and tech
- Are able to commit to a summer internship that will last at minimum 8 continuous weeks and which could be longer as required by the company’s internship duration. The internship is full-time and students work from 35-40 hours per week as determined by the partner company. (Note: Internships generally start in May or June. The internship start and end dates are determined by the partner company.)
- Are a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident
- Must be 18 years of age prior to the start of the internship
Those who have graduated or will graduate before January 2024, please sign up for our ALL Multicultural Media Professionals “AMMP” Network here . The AMMP Network is open to EBF Alumni and experienced media, entertainment, and technology professionals of color at college graduate/entry-level, mid, senior, and executive levels.
DCP’s Summer Internship Program aims to introduce its mission to both undergraduate and graduate interns and strives to integrate interns into the agency’s work program by fostering on-the-job training and career exploration. Their program includes orientation, presentations from subject matter experts and site visits to exciting projects across the five boroughs.
Program Duration: 8-10 Weeks beginning on June 5th, 2023
Civil Service Title: Summer College Intern
Hourly Rate: $17.50
Shift: Maximum of 34 hours per week
Job ID: 572138
Application Deadline: Friday, March 10th, 2023
Camp Sprout Lake is looking for a creative, energetic, and talented person to capture the magic of summer 2023 as their videographer. Camp Sprout Lake is a residential, summer camp located in Verbank, NY, just over an hour north of NYC. In the past, this position has been offered as a paid internship!
Wirecutter is seeking an inventive and motivated intern to join their editorial team. In this role, you will learn the ins and outs of their growing, thriving editorial organization and collaborate with different teams to understand and participate in the process.
The New York Press Association Foundation is sponsoring a paid summer internship at this newspaper for a qualified journalism student.
Any student currently enrolled in a recognized journalism program is eligible to compete for an internship with a net $2,600 stipend provided by NYPA. Applicants must attend college during the 2023-2024 academic year.
Don’t delay! The application deadline is March 1st, 2023!
Application forms are available online at www.nynewspapers.com, click on NYPA, then Internships.
The Times Union is now hiring interns for summer 2023. If you have questions, please contact editor in chief Casey Seiler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Times Union is the leading news organization in New York’s Capital Region and is widely respected for its focus on local news and watchdog reporting, particularly on state government and politics. They’ve won numerous state and national awards for their work and in 2022 were named a Newspaper of Distinction by the Journalists Association of New York.
Interns are paid and treated as regular newsroom staff members, learning on the job and helping to produce the Capital Region’s best news coverage.
The internship lasts eight weeks; specific start and end dates are somewhat flexible. They offer internships in reporting — news, sports, business and/or features — and audience engagement. Interns will be assigned an editor, will participate in team meetings and may join training sessions on topical subjects. When applying, please note which position you’re interested in.
Interns are expected to be located in the Capital Region or Hudson Valley for the duration of the internship and must be able to drive to assignments. They reimburse mileage. The newsroom works in a hybrid environment, so staff can either work from home or in the office space.
Interns must be enrolled in a degree-granting program at an accredited college or university, or have graduated within the past year, at time of application.
- Students enrolled in a journalism concentration.
- Experience working at a college publication, either print or online.
- A previous internship or freelance experience at a daily newspaper or professional news website.
The application deadline for the summer 2023 internship is Feb. 10. Applicants will be notified of the internship committee’s decision by no later than Feb. 24.
Interns are paid $15 an hour and will work 37.5 hours a week. The internship is eight weeks; start and end dates can be flexible. Interns must be based in the Capital Region or Hudson Valley or be able to move to the region for the internship. Interns cannot freelance or work at other publications during the internship unless approved by a supervisor.
To apply, submit a cover letter, resume and three references through our form.
Reporting candidates should include links to or PDF copies of five published work samples. Audience candidates also may attach work samples. Please include any good work you’ve done — even if it doesn’t fit the “traditional” mold.
When writing your cover letter, think about:
- Why you wish to intern for the Times Union.
- What you are interested in doing during your internship.
- Your goals and expectations for the internship.
- What makes you the best candidate.
- The dates you are available.
Selection will be based on portfolio, experience (college and professional), cover letter and references. Finalists will be interviewed.
The Times Union is committed to growing and retaining a more diverse workforce that better reflects the communities we serve. We strongly encourage all people of working age who are traditionally underrepresented in the media to apply, including women, people of color, applicants with disabilities, those from the LGBTQ+ community and veterans.
Stomping Ground Technologies is hiring a part-time audio journalist based in the Hudson Valley for a spring internship. Stomping Ground is a location-based audio platform with a mission of connecting and strengthening community through stories. We believe that the fabric of community is woven through stories and aim to leverage our technology to make it easy for locals to both share and discover enriching content. Continue reading
Hudson Valley Performing Arts Laboratory is seeking one or two interns to assist with their programs. HVPAL is a 5-year-old Dutchess County based arts organization serving the Hudson Valley by giving the community opportunities to PERFORM in devised productions and new works, LEARN about their crafts in low to no cost workshops, and ENGAGE with the local performing arts community via events and resource sharing activities. Continue reading