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Journalism + Media Internships

Internships are an important part of your academic career and future job planning.  According to U.S News, 65.4% of employers hire recent graduates who have already had internship experience.  While finding a job or internship can feel overwhelming, the Department of Journalism + Media can help you find the opportunities that are right for you and will help you enter the workforce prepared to land a job!

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Production Intern

Detailed individual needed to aid in all phases of TV production, specifically:  assist with field production of story segments, transcription of interviews and logging video files and helping in the post production of segments and programs.  Knowledge of basic editing (windows movie maker, adobe premiere) and basic knowledge of filming with a digital camera.  Must be outgoing and have excellent communications skills. (Broadcast or Journalism majors)

Social Media/Marketing Research & Community Outreach

Individual with strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape to help support online marketing and communications campaigns.  Individual will assist in monitoring blogs, forums and social networks; contribute to SFPBS’s blog and online outreach and promotion using Facebook and Twitter; research and develop ways to improve engagement and site traffic and assist with other community engagement tasks, including online and in-person engagement.  Responsible for assisting with the organization, planning and execution of community and outreach events; co-sponsorships with community organizations.  Marketing, communications, journalism, PR or hospitality majors preferred.  Strong writing, editing, research, computer and communication skills a must.  Must be detailed oriented with excellent communication skills.

Requirements:  Students are required to receive credit hours for the internship (one elective credit).

Contact:  Monica Westby email:

Digital, Broadcast, and Show Production Intern



  • Solid understanding of journalism and journalism ethics
  • Demonstrated interest in pursuing journalism professionally
  • Interest in the news, writing and multimedia storytelling
  • Familiarity with WLRN Public Media
  • Familiarity with AP Style and ability to meet deadlines
  • Two professional references
  • Reliable transportation


  • Experience with audio, photo, video editing or web design/programming
  • Familiarity with public media journalistic values

TO APPLY (Deadline to apply is 11:59 p.m. Friday, March 26, 2021)

Submit a cover letter, resume, two professional references and three samples of your journalistic work (these can be audio, web, print or multimedia reporting projects) to