Each summer, WTJU hires 3-5 paid student interns to lead our summer youth radio camps and produce lots of good radio and podcast segments.
WTJU summer internships are full-time (35 hours/week), paid positions for 8-12 weeks. Interns do a variety of things, depending on each student’s interests and the station’s needs. But there are a few constants:
1. Help lead WTJU’s summer youth radio camps. We host several weeks of camps for upper elementary and middle school students. More info: https://www.wtju.net/radio-camps
2. Help with interviews & production. WTJU interns write for the ear, conduct interviews, edit audio, and produce a variety of segment types for broadcasts and podcasts heard by thousands of listeners each week.
3. Help with WTJU events, promotions, and things that need doing at the station.
No previous experience is required, though it doesn’t hurt. But if you’ve never done media production before, we’ll teach you. The key requirements for this internship are that you are dependable, genuinely curious, and communicate well.
Polish your resume and prepare a cover letter explaining why you’re interested in this internship. Optional: you may also submit writing and/or audio production samples for our consideration, but these really are optional.
Complete your application using this form: https://forms.gle/m8nwMw6H7HjmiGFw8
Deadline to apply is Friday, March 12.
Questions? Email Nathan at email@example.com.