Communications is another diverse field, with placements including TV studios, film companies, radio stations, and new media marketing agencies. Interns will experience involvement in all stages of the production process. Other tasks could include researching programs, preparing briefing notes for use during interviews, and assisting on shoots out in the field. Specific opportunities will depend on your expertise and desires, so review our list of internships.
International video marketing firm that promotes independent music in unique settings is seeking a communications intern to assist with various activities. Tasks might include writing blogs about current and upcoming musical appearances; communicating with artist's representatives to coordinate logistics for onsite visits; assist video production team with 'field work' as needed.
Ideal Candidate: Ideal candidates will be extremely knowledgeable about Indy music and have the skills, ability and temperament to be 'results driven' in a very laid back environment.
One of Ireland's top television stations has a unique opportunity for a truly gifted student. This position is designed for someone interested in working in live TV upon graduation. The chosen intern will learn about all aspects of what it takes to produce morning news and entertainment segments and also utilize post production skills, particularly using Final Cut Pro. This position involves doing anything and everything to produce a popular morning news/entertainment show.
Ideal Candidate: Ideal candidates will have the broadcasting background, organizational skills, writing and research ability and charisma. Minimum junior class standing with 3.5 GPA in major. Recent graduates with good grades and exceptional writing samples are preferred.
One of Dublin's most popular non-profit stations has an internship available for a dedicated media student who has passion for the progressive mission of community public radio. The successful candidate can be either news or music oriented in their interests but must also have writing, voicing, computer and other technical skills. Typical duties could include the daily production of an events calendar, the production of public service announcements, program editing and general production assistance for permanent show hosts. Fundraising, development and general office administration assistance is also a part of the internship.
Ideal Candidate: Ideal candidates will be well versed in Adobe Audition and "all around utility" infielders with the ability to help in news, music, talk and PSA production. A diverse array of writing, digital production, and broadcasting skill sets as well as air check samples required for program acceptance.
If you love animation production, look no further!
Over the past ten years, this company has steadily been building a reputation for themselves as one of the most savvy and talented studios on the block. The studio has crafted a niche that sees it recognized internationally as a creator of award –winning film and television projects on one hand, a trusted provider of animation, interactive and design services on the other. They are seeking an intern to assist the creative staff.
Ideal Candidate: Ideal candidate should have a love for animation in all its various forms and a creative spirit. But equally important are research skills, general office administration skills, standard office software proficiencies and the ability to work without drama in a creative team environment.
This placement is with an independent TV production company dedicated to creating mainstream factual entertainment series and formats for the British and international markets. They have a bold editorial ambition and have created and produced large scale reality shows as well as entertainment and factual series for broadcasters including the BBC. Communications interns will get to work in television production with specific duties to be determined based on the intern's areas of expertise. Interns may be requested to assist the office manager, production and development teams and carry out tasks such as assisting with development research, personal assistance and errands for production and office staff, logging footage, reception and assisting on shoots.
Ideal Candidate: Educational background and/or experience in communications, preferably with television production, sophomore status, 3.0 GPA in communications major and strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
Unique Communications Based Position with a Parisian Accelerator
This organization accelerates the emergence of talented storytellers through a three-month mentoring program that empowers them with the creative and entrepreneurial skills to connect with their natural audience and triumph in the future of cinema and transmedia. They are an initiative of a french nonprofit startup on a mission to change the world through innovation and creation of social value by fostering entrepreneurship and people’s participation in cultural dialogue.
Ideal Candidate: Ideal candidate will be of any major with a genuine interest in what the organization does. Intern will have to fit in with the company's mission and vision. Candidate should be outgoing and needs to love working with people in an ever-changing accelerator environment.
Civil Society Communications Internship with Exciting Nonprofit
This dynamic nonprofit creates public-private partnerships to assist the least advantaged people in Latin America and the Caribbean. They are looking for a Civil Society Communications Intern with experience working with local, national, international NGOs to work closely with the programs team.
Ideal Candidate: Education Required:
Currently obtaining an undergraduate or graduate degree in PR, Advertising, English, Journalism, International Relations or related field. Applications from recent graduates will also be accepted.
Language Proficiency Required:
Excellent oral and writing abilities in English and Spanish
-Exceptional writing skills and solid organizational skills
-Familiar with design, layout, photo editing, and video editing
-Advanced knowledge in editing programs and software
-Ability to handle multiple projects and complete tasks on time
-Interest in international affairs, particularly the Western Hemisphere
-Knowledge of key actors and issues in international development, particularly in Latin America and the Caribbean
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"I am really enjoying my internship and am living in the center of town with a friend. So far I have gotten the opportunity to film in many beautiful locations in Florence (Piazza Michelangelo, the Duomo etc). Another [Global Experiences] intern and I completed a story board, filmed, and are now finishing editing a piece on Florence statistics. We are actually in the piece, and we have both been doing stand-ups (speaking parts) for other pieces as well. Hopefully our little private project will air tomorrow. Also, I participated as an "acting" part in a piece we filmed last week in Siena. I am having a great time, and this is great experience! It is unlike any internship I would have had at home with any relation to TV production. I still have a good amount of free time to experience things around Florence."
"I came to Sydney to see another part of the world, meet new and interesting people and get a sense for the Australian media. I worked in the news room at one of the biggest radio stations in Sydney as a reporter and learned far more than I ever expected. My colleagues were overwhelmingly accommodating and friendly, and put an enormous amount of trust in me. Most importantly, I met wonderful people from all over the world, some of whom will be lifelong friends."