TV Academy Foundation’s 8 Week Summer Student Internship Program: Full-Time with Stipend

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Interested in Television? Check this summer internship out!

The program gives college students in-depth exposure to professional television production during an eight-week summer period in Los Angeles.

Interns work closely with their hosts and designated supervisors in order to gain maximum overview of the work process in their category.

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Eligibility/Rules:

  • Must be full-time student pursuing bachelor or graduate degree at a college or university in the U.S.
  • All positions are full-time (paid) for 8 weeks
  • Stipend of $4,000 for each intern
  • Interns are responsible for own housing, transportation and living expenses
  • Interns must have a car for transportation

Past hosts include:

  • ABC Studios
  • CBS
  • HBO
  • The Disney Channel
  • Discovery Times
  • Fox TV Studios
  • E! Entertainment
  • NBC Universal
  • Warner Bros.
       Internship Categories Include:

  • Agency, Animation,
  • Art Direction/Production Design
  • Broadcast News, Casting,
  • Children’s Programming
  • Commercials, Costume Design
  • Digital Entertainment
  • Documentary/Nonfiction Production
  • Editing, Entertainment News,
  • Legal & Business Affairs
  • Live Event Production, Marketing
  • Movies for Television
  • Music, Post Production
  • Programming, Public Relations & Publicity
  • Sound,Special Visual Effects
  • Television Directing, Television Scriptwriting
  • Unscripted Television

For More Info Visit: http://www.emmysfoundation.org/internship-programs

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