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The Television Academy Foundation Internship Program
Summer internships are paid and are eight weeks long. All internships are in Los Angeles. There are many categories to choose from, including animation, art direction and set decoration, casting, physical production, broadcast news, choreography, cinematography, costume design, editing, and so much more.
Applicants must be qualified full-time students pursuing an associate, bachelor or graduate degree at a college or university within the United States. Students entering their final quarter or semester without a full course load may also apply. All positions are full-time, paid, for 8 weeks in Los Angeles.
This is an exciting opportunity for students to work within an entertainment environment. Summer internships start in mid-to-late June or early July. Only one entry and one category per student is permitted. The Television Academy Foundation was established in 1959 and focuses on engaging and educating the next generation of television professionals. Thousands of interns have gone on to rewarding careers in every sector of the television industry.
The location is usually in CALIFORNIA.