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Applications are now open for 55 remote opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students interested in careers in television. Let your students know it’s time to apply for the 2021 Internship and Fellowship Programs!

We know students are facing an uncertain job market due to the pandemic, so the Television Academy Foundation has made exciting changes to our 2021 summer Internship and Fellowship Programs to meet this new landscape.

Visit TelevisionAcademy.com/Internships to learn about all 55 career-advancing opportunities, including 20 full-time, paid, remote internships in program development and 30 fellowships in disciplines such as directing, animation, casting, interactive media and more! Additionally, the Foundation offers the Star Trek Command Training Program, founded in partnership with CBS Studios, which provides immersive professional experiences within the Star Trek franchise, as well as internships for Southern California foster youth through our Foster Forward Initiative, funded in part through an endowment gift from Dick Wolf’s Wolf Family Foundation.

Students can now apply to the 2021 summer program at TelevisionAcademy.com/Internships. Applications will close on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 5:00 PM PT.

WVUA-FM, the student radio station here on campus, which operates out of the office of student media, is hiring.

On Air DJ or Show Host- This is where most students start out, in a DJ position doing a DJ show weekly with talk breaks in between music! It’s super easy, super fun, and can open up specialty show opportunities in future semesters!

Staff Writer- Our digital media team is always looking for staff writers to write entertainment and music pieces for our website! I started out as a staff writer for the station, and it was amazing, and provided me with a portfolio of web published writings to add to my resume. This position actually ended up helping me get a paid digital marketing internship the summer after my sophomore year, so it’s really an awesome opportunity!

Music Staff- At the station, we get sent promotional copies of music daily. Hundreds of emails weekly. Our music director is always looking for new music staff members to help listen to the music submissions and decide whether or not they should be played on air! Any music lovers should get involved with this, it also teaches a lot about A&R, music label marketing, and can be a great experience for anyone aspiring to get involved with the music industry after college!

Sports Staff- We are looking for sports writers and podcasters to cover just about every sport! These sports writing pieces and podcasts are an amazing resume booster for anyone looking to get into sports broadcasting, and also comes with the perk of press passes to just about any sport on campus* (subject to availability and covid regulations of course)!

Contact Lindsy Saranko at this email (programming@wvuafm.ua.edu), for more information and to get involved!

The Midland RockHounds are currently looking to hire a Video Production Assistant. This person will be involved in the Entertainment/Video Production for the Midland RockHounds and Midland/Odessa Sockers FC. This is a full-time paid internship ($1400/month) with a possibility to develop into a permanent position in the organization.

This person must be available for 70 RockHounds and 7-10 Sockers games with the ability to work flexible hours through February/March-September. We are looking for someone with a passion for baseball and who is a positive, hard- working team player. Experience in Adobe CC specifically Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and After Effects is a must. Knowledge of baseball is a requirement. Knowledge of camera/production equipment is recommended. Will be trained if needed.

This person will report primarily to the Director of Video Production and Entertainment as well as involvement with the Community Relations Director and Media Coordinator.

Duties include:
– Shooting and editing videos (player highlights/park promotions/mascot videos etc.) – Creating graphics, GIF’s, and animations
– Video board programming
– Game-day operations:

– Camera Operator
– Technical Director
– Video Board Operator
– Operating music
– Scoring
– Instant Replay Operator

-Special Projects: This includes video work that is done on non-game day productions as well: Concerts, in- house videos, community appearances and other video work that may be needed.

Required for Application: Create a baseball card of yourself using Photoshop and email it along with your resume and portfolio that demonstrates your video editing and graphics creativity to Peyton Wilkins, pwilkins@midlandrockhounds.org

Development & Management Intern

Circle of Confusion is looking for driven, organized remote interns who are seeking careers in the entertainment business to intern remotely two or three days a week for the Spring 2021 semester. Interns will be exposed to industry practices that go into developing, producing and casting films, TV, and theater. More specifically, interns will be involved in reading scripts, writing coverage, conducting industry related research, answering phones, taking on general office work and assisting with special projects which can include editing video for reels and creating web pages. Interns will have the opportunity to shadow assistants, sit down with managers and/or producers, ask questions and ultimately, through the course of the internship, learn what it means to be on the business side of entertainment. Additionally, all interns will participate in the semester-long pitch project which includes sourcing a piece of IP or using an original idea to develop and pitch to Circle assistants and managers as a film, TV series, docuseries, podcast, or any other form of media. Whether you become a writer, producer, creative executive, etc., you will need to be able to pitch projects and communicate concepts quickly and effectively. This creative project will help you develop your skills to both pitch an idea and yourself, as you move forward in your career. As an intern, you have the opportunity to interact and hear from leaders in the industry. You must be able to receive credit for the internship.

Start 2021 off strong as an #InternatNBCU! Applications are now open for our Spring virtual internship program, and if you’re a student, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to make meaningful connections and valuable contributions across NBCU’s diverse portfolio of brands. Here you can dream big. Apply now, applications close soon! #remoteinternship #InternatNBCU https://lnkd.in/dv8iTP8

UA Career Center - The UA Career Center partners with students as they explore possibilities, develop skills and connect with opportunities. Log on to Crimson Careers to review additional internships and full-time employment opportunities.

Industry Immersion - Consider an Industry Immersion trip to visit a city of interest and network with industry professionals over three days and four nights.

If you are seeking course credit for your internships, please contact the Internship Coordinator for your major to make these arrangements prior to the term in which your internship will begin: