Friday, September 24, 2010

Internship

Writer/Producer seeks FALL INTERN with strong writing background (fiction, non-fiction, PR) and a desire to work in television to help with the development and production of a documentary for a non-profit broadcaster.  The documentary focuses on environmental issues in urban communities. 

Qualified applicants should have a knowledge of/passion for current events, politics, pop culture, and history, as well as issues dealing with the environment, science and technology.  In addition, applicants should possess great organizational skills, attention to detail and of course, an amenable personality.  Some production experience, although not required, would be helpful.  

This Internship is for CREDIT ONLY and all interested MA, Senior and Junior students are encouraged to apply.  Diversity is sought and highly valued, and applicants must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States.

No phone calls please.  Instead, send cover letter and resume in .PDF format to POSITIONSTA4@aol.com.  Please put DEVELOPMENT INTERN in the subject line so your resume will be correctly routed.  Thanks for your interest.

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Writer/Producer seeks FALL INTERN with strong editing background to help assemble a short (3-5 minute) concept reel for a documentary being produced for a non-profit broadcaster.  The documentary focuses on environmental issues in urban communities. 

If you are in need of a fall project this may be the one for you.  This Internship is for CREDIT ONLY and all interested MA, Senior and Junior students are encouraged to apply.  Diversity is sought and highly valued, and applicants must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States.

No phone calls please.  Instead, send cover letter and resume in .PDF format (and web links to sample reels if applicable) to POSITIONSTA4@aol.com.  Please put EDITING INTERN in the subject line so your resume will be routed correctly.  Thanks for your interest.

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