To be eligible for this paid internship…
More from TODAY.com
TODAY's Takeaway: People reveals Most Beautiful; designers make clothes to save lives
On TODAY on Wednesday, Lupita Nyong'o is named People's Most Beautiful, Alan Cumming is back on Broadway and Liya Kebede i...
- Duchess Camilla's brother Mark Shand dies from head injury in New York
- Jodie Foster marries photographer Alexandra Hedison
- Macklemore partner Ryan Lewis says his mother has HIV
- 'Eat, Pray, Love' author adds ending to her Jersey Victorian
- TODAY's Takeaway: People reveals Most Beautiful; designers make clothes to save lives
You should be at least a current standing sophomore in college/university receiving academic credit. You should also be able to work a minimum of two days during the school year and five days during the summer to get the maximum benefit from this internship.
Hours are generally 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. This internship offers students a firsthand look at how a major news magazine program is produced. You will be exposed to both the editorial side of the program as well as the production side or day-of-air, though depending on your assignment you will focus on one area more than the other.
Some of the intern daily responsibilities include logging tapes, dubbing tapes, preliminary research on assigned topics, working closely with producers, aiding the production team in the control room and edit room as well as some clerical work; i.e., phones, mail, etc. when needed.
If you are interested in being a Dateline intern send a cover letter and resume to:
Attn: Elizabeth Laskie-Gonzalez
30 Rockefeller Plaza, NY, NY 10112
Summer: Applications no longer being accepted after February 17.
Fall: Applications accepted June 1 through August 15
Spring: Applications accepted September 1 through December 15
Internships generally last two to three months, depending on your school schedule. There is flexibility in scheduling.
We look forward to hearing from you.