THIRTEEN, PBS’s flagship NY station, is seeking an office intern for its award winning series AMERICAN MASTERS. With over 200 documentary programs, American Masters documents the lives of men and women who have changed the American cultural landscape. Past American Masters have included Maya Angelou, Bob Dylan, Johnny Carson, John Lennon, Andy Warhol, and Woody Allen. In addition to administrative responsibilities, the intern will get first-hand experience working alongside staff and production units of the series. This is an excellent opportunity to both participate in the creation of a long-form television documentary and work on transmedia publicity strategies for an iconic PBS series.
Preference will be given to full time students at accredited colleges or universities, but currently matriculating part time students are also eligible to apply. WNET will gladly help complete any necessary paperwork for a student to receive credit for this internship.
To apply, send your resume, proof of enrollment and cover letter to:
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, subject=”American Masters”
Internship offers are contingent upon your passing of our mandatory background check which requires a valid social security number.
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