SportsNet New York has internships available for the spring, summer, and fall semesters
Interns, who must be at least entering their junior year in college, receive college credit for the internship. Interns will receive hands-on experience assisting in a wide range of the station's operations. Interns generally work approximately 20 hours per week, which may include nights and weekends. Internships are available in the following departments:
- Digital Media
- Information Technology
Internship application process:
- Include a one-page cover letter on why you would like to Intern at SportsNet New York. Include what you expect to learn and career goals that might relate to your internship experience
- Also include a copy of your resume
- Indicate which internship opportunity you are interesting in pursuing
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interns in the department will assist the Supervising Producer of the Network, including logging tapes, screening shows, and other production-related tasks. Interns will be assigned on-going, daily responsibilities as well as stand-alone projects.
- Strong interest in television programming and sports
- Excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal, and creative skills
- Detail-oriented, with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously; meet deadlines and work as part of a team while also being able to work independently in a fast-paced environment.
- Possess great organizational skills with an excellent track record for following through on projects
- Strong computer skills; extensive experience with Microsoft Office applications a must
- Able to commit at least three days per week (5 hours/day)
Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien and NBC in general
WHAT WE REQUIRE:
NBC Universal interns must meet the following criteria:
- Enrolled in an Associate's/Bachelor's/Master's program at an accredited college or university
- 18 years or older and current sophomore standing or above
- Able to receive academic credit from their college or university prior to starting assignment
NBCU looks for students who are committed and passionate about a career in the media/entertainment industry through experiences in their major studies, college clubs/organizations, prior media based internships, or prior work experience. Grade point average, community involvement and leadership experience are also an important part of the total assessment of student applicants.
HOW TO APPLY:
We are currently accepting resumes for FALL 2009.
Please click here to review brief descriptions of the internship opportunities that are available on the East Coast and here to review opportunities on the West Coast. Be sure to include specific opportunities that are of interest to you in your cover letter.
If you are interested in an internship at NBC Universal, please click on the area below to submit your resume and cover letter. In order to be considered for more then one area you must SUBMIT your resume to each individual category (maximum 3 categories per applicant ). The number of categories selected does not increase or decrease the likelihood of being selected for one of our internship opportunities. Be sure to read our Candidate Data Privacy Guidelines before submitting your resume."
East Coast Internships (NY, NJ, & CT)
- News & Journalism
- Production & Entertainment
- Sports & Olympics
- Advertising & Promotions
- Graphic Arts/Digital Media /iVillage
- Sales & Marketing
- Corporate (Finance, HR, Publicity etc.)
West Coast Internships (CA)
- Broadcast & Journalism
- Digital Media & Technology
- Corporate Internships (HR, Finance, Legal, etc.)
- Fine Arts & Graphic Arts
- Telemundo & Mun2 (Spanish Language networks)
- TV Production, Development, & Programming
- Film Production & Development
- Focus Features/Rogue Pictures