Cody Johnson's Internship Research
The Denver Broncos’ internship program goes through the NFL…
Sumer Internship Program
NFL Summer Internship Program participants have the opportunity to contribute to the organization's success while receiving an unmatched, behind-the-scenes learning experience.
Program Overview: Though interns work within specific departments, they are able to explore all aspects of the business of professional football through speaker presentations, mentoring relationships and networking opportunities.
Selected applicants are placed within the NFL based on interest, experience, academic coursework, and the NFL's business needs. Past assignments at the League Office have included the following departments: Communications & Public Affairs, Community Affairs, Consumer Products, Events, Finance & Accounting, Football Operations, Human Resources, Information Technology, Internal Audit, International, Labor & Legal, Marketing & Sales, and Media.
All prospective interns must be currently enrolled undergraduates entering their senior year in the fall of 2010. Prospective legal interns must be law students currently enrolled at and returning to school in the fall of 2010.
Key timing: September -- Accepting applicationsNovember -- Application deadlineSeptember to February -- Interviews
Selection details: » All prospective interns must be currently enrolled undergraduates entering their senior year in the fall of next year. Prospective legal interns must be law students currently enrolled at and returning to school in the fall of next year.
» Applicants must be legally permitted to work in the United States and international students must have all visas and employment authorizations prior to the start of the internship.
» Students must be within the United States at the time of the interview process, which will begin in January. Selection decisions typically are made by mid-March.
» First consideration will be given to undergraduate students with an overall GPA of at least 3.0 and law students in the top half of their class.
THE HISTORY CHANNEL
The History Channel goes through the AETN Network. I searched at the History Channel site and it brought me here. In your application you specify that you want an internship with the History Channel.
AETN's Internship opportunities are designed to provide students with exposure to the cable and entertainment industry through a diversified selecton of assignments. The Program also serves to provide A&E Television Networks with talented and qualified students who may choose to become candidates for permanent positions upon graduation. Internships are typically full-time, Monday-Friday, 9:00-5:00pm, or as designated by the department. While we are still determining the departments who will host interns this summer, historically we have had intern opportunities in Programming, Marketing, Production, Finance & Accounting, Legal, Community Development and Digital Media.
INTERN REQUIREMENTS: •College undergraduates who are entering junior or senior year or graduate students having completed at least one semester of post graduate work. •Students must have a demonstrated interest in the industry and/or specific area of interest (i.e. marketing), as exemplified through past work experience, internships and/or major course of study, and preferably a GPA of 3.0 or higher. •Applicants will interview with both the HR department and the host department. Candidate must receive college credit for this internship.
Go to www.aetn.com/careers.html and click on the submit your application button.
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The Internship link on their website was down. I sent an email from the “contact us” link and am awaiting reply.