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Internships are unpaid; interns may receive college credit as well as travel stipends. Student interns will be able to work with PBS's Point of View (POV) staff members and filmmakers and learn first-hand how PBS programs are prepared for broadcast. Students must have excellent oral and written communication skills, and must be organized and detail-oriented. Students must also be willing to work a minimum of 12-16 hours per week.
To apply, students may complete an online application and return it with a cover letter that explains their interest in the internship. In addition, a resume and writing sample are required.
POV presents independent non-fiction films on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) across the country. It serves as a showcase for some of the finest independent films produced, winning every major film and broadcasting award. All internships offered are located in Brooklyn, New York.
The location is usually in NEW YORK.
To apply for an internship, visit www.pbs.org/pov/about/internships.php
To apply for a job, visit www.pbs.org/about/careers/job-openings/