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Jamie SilickiGain valuable work experience while in school through a WQED Multimedia Internship. We offer a creative and challenging environment, a convenient Oakland location (public transportation outside our door), and flexible schedule.

Click on the image at the right to learn how her experience at WQED changed former intern Jamie Silicki's life.

WQED Multimedia offers comprehensive, challenging non-paid internships in TV Production, Radio, Communications, Business & Revenue, Educational Resources, and Publishing to college students seeking knowledge and experience in the Multimedia industry. Internships are offered for college credit, and past interns have been offered positions with the company when available.

WQED is currently accepting applications for the following internship opportunities:

Development and Membership Internship
Education Internship
Information Technology Internship
Marketing Department Internship
Radio Internship
Special Events Internship
Television Production Internship
WQED Interactive Internship



DEVELOPMENT AND MEMBERSHIP INTERNSHIP

Department: Development & Membership
Hours: Between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (some nights/weekends as agreed upon)

The Development & Membership Department is responsible for managing fundraising operations for all membership levels including general membership, affinity clubs, and mid- and major-level donors. Interns will have an opportunity to learn about fundraising methods and donor interactions while providing support for a variety of special projects in the department.

Responsibilities – Fundraising, Special Events, Administration
Provide support in the following areas:

Qualifications

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to: interns@wqed.org



EDUCATION INTERNSHIP

Department: Education
Hours: Between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Extended hours or weekends as agreed upon for events.)

Intern will work with the Executive Director of Educational Partnerships and the Education Team on a variety of projects such as the following, depending on an intern’s skill set:

Intern must be proficient in Microsoft Office suite and an excellent writer and communicator. Experience using social media is strongly preferred. Interns must be dynamic problem solvers with the ability to think creatively.

Education department internships run in the following time periods:

Non-credit internships are 10-20 hours a week and credit internships are unlimited based on requirements of the school. All are project-based and are highly demanding. If you are interested in an internship, are highly motivated, are an advocate for cutting-edge education, have a background in technology and social media, event management, education, educational research and or/interactive design, applications are accepted from college sophomores and above.

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to: interns@wqed.org


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP

IT interns will learn the daily operations of an IT department and assist with the setup and distribution of new computers, database design and maintenance, applying software patches and troubleshooting problems in a complex multi-server environment. The interns will also assist in the design and programming of the intranet.

Interns will assist with various aspects of IT Services such as:

Looking For A Candidate With:

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to: interns@wqed.org



MARKETING DEPARTMENT INTERN

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Additional Information

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to: interns@wqed.org


RADIO INTERNSHIP

Position Summary

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Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to: interns@wqed.org.


TELEVISION PRODUCTION INTERNSHIP

A television internship with WQED-TV provides students with a unique, hands-on opportunity to learn how local documentaries, public affairs and magazine style programs are produced -- from concept to actual live and taped production. Student interns work in the field, studio and production offices of WQED-TV.

Scope of Internship:
Student interns work with reporters and producers in the field, studio and production offices of WQED.

Qualifications
Junior and Senior college students with a background in Communications, Journalism, Broadcasting, Production or Media Studies are preferred - but not required. Students who are seeking an internship to earn college credit are also preferred. This is a part-time internship, 15 - 20 hours per week, and is not a paid position.

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to: interns@wqed.org


SPECIAL EVENTS INTERNSHIP

Department: Development & Membership

Hours: Between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (some nights/weekends as agreed upon)

This position assists in the planning and execution of special events. This position reports directly to the Special Events Associate and works closely with vendors, volunteers and other members of the development department. Duties include coordinating special donor-related events and other WQED functions, and assisting with major fundraising events.

Must be detail oriented, well organized, have strong written and oral communication skills, and be a team player. Excel and Word required, donor database knowledge a plus. Occasional weekend and evening hours required. Familiarity with WQED is helpful.

Position Summary

Responsibilities

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to: interns@wqed.org.


TELEVISION PRODUCTION INTERNSHIP

A television internship with WQED-TV provides students with a unique, hands-on opportunity to learn how local documentaries, public affairs and magazine style programs are produced -- from concept to actual live and taped production. Student interns work in the field, studio and production offices of WQED-TV.

Scope of Internship:
Student interns work with reporters and producers in the field, studio and production offices of WQED.

Qualifications
Junior and Senior college students with a background in Communications, Journalism, Broadcasting, Production or Media Studies are preferred - but not required. Students who are seeking an internship to earn college credit are also preferred. This is a part-time internship, 15 - 20 hours per week, and is not a paid position.

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to: interns@wqed.org


WQED INTERACTIVE INTERNSHIP

Highly-motivated individuals sought for Internship with WQED's Interactive Department.

Interns will work with web developers and designers to provide multimedia solutions for wqed.org as well as perform regular duties to improve and maintain the website.

Qualifications

Junior and Senior college students with a background in Communication Design are preferred - but not required. This is a part-time internship, 15 - 20 hours per week, and is not a paid position.

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to: interns@wqed.org

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
WQED Multimedia is an equal opportunity employer. WQED offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a comfortable work environment.

WQED Multimedia treats applicants and volunteers without regard to their race, or color, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, disability, marital staus or veteran status.

WQED IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
IF YOUR ORGANIZATION IS INTERESTED IN RECEIVING NOTICES OF JOB OPENINGS AT THIS STATION IN ORDER TO REFER QUALIFIED APPLICANTS, PLEASE CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT careers@wqed.org.

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