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Opportunities: New Media Internship Program

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Current Openings: Editorial/Content Internship

We are currently looking for individuals seeking a career in new media or a related field. These internships are unpaid, and are generally available only to students currently enrolled or recently graduated from an accredited program. Any experience engaging an online community via blogs and other social networking sites a plus.

SF Station's Editorial/Content Internship involves finding the best events in the Bay Area to be listed in our upcoming events calendar as well as main pages. Depending on your interests, in addition to calendar listings, they also can involve coordinating channel updates, micro blogging, interviewing bands, previewing or reviewing live music shows, plays or other events, or writing CD reviews. The intern may help curate the work of local artists for our online gallery, or work with our marketing department to promote SF Station; a position that offers opportunities for networking.

SF Station's internship program requires a commitment of up to 10 hours per week for 12 weeks. In order to ensure the educational benefit of the internship, we work with each individual to set goals at the outset. These include quantifiable, specific targets and also broader educational objectives. Interns work closely with experienced professionals, and are given feedback throughout the internship and at its conclusion.

Current Openings: Photography Internship

We are currently looking for individuals seeking a career in visual media, photography or a related field. These internships are unpaid, and are generally available only to students currently enrolled or recently graduated from an accredited program. You must own a camera that can shoot low light events such as concerts. SF Station doesn't provide you with a camera, so this is a must. Experience in event photography is a plus.

SF Station's photography internship involves finding events and locations to shoot. Events and locations will be suggested as well, dependening on skill level.

SF Station's internship program requires a commitment of up to 10 hours per week for 12 weeks. In order to ensure the educational benefit of the internship, we work with each individual to set goals at the outset. These include quantifiable, specific targets and also broader educational objectives. Interns can select specific events, make contacts in the live entertainment scene, can submit their editorially curated galleries to an audience that numbers above 100,000 per month and each photography intern is given feedback from experienced photographers throughout their internship.

Directions On How To Apply

Please send your resume along with any other relevant information including but not limited to writing samples and/or links that showcase your current interest in the new media field.

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