Academic Internship

Students pursuing the Media Studies concentration must enroll in and complete an internship for academic credit in a media-related field; e.g., film, television, video, radio, internet, newspaper, magazine, book publishing, journalism, public relations, marketing, advertising, graphic design, among others. A half or full credit internship, over a semester, interim or summer term, may be undertaken at any time during a program of study. While students are responsible for securing personal internships, they should consult Sandy Malecha, the Associate Director of the Academic Internship Program in the Piper Center for Vocation and Career for additional information and guidance.

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Previous Media Studies Academic Internships

Piper Center internship search resources:

Piper Center resumecover letter, and interviewing skills
Domestic academic internship
International academic internship
Guide to reflecting on an internship experience