If the world of working behind the scenes in television or in front of the camera as a broadcaster is your career goal, there are many ways to find available internships.
First, use the power of the Internet. Perform a Google search using the network name plus the words news careers; for example, “FOX News Careers." After your search, click on the link (all networks have websites that are similar such as “FoxCareers," etc.) and you’ll land on their homepage.
The main careers homepage for networks may not list Internships, but if you scroll down, you’ll find an area dedicated to internships; see screenshot to the left (click to enlarge). Click to visit the internship page. Some network websites such as ABC offer web pages dedicated to college internship programs.
The screenshot to the right shows available internships at FOX along with an “Apply Now" button.
Most network internships applications are the same and require you include your full name, address, telephone number and email. They also ask for areas of interest, desired location, and do require you upload a resume and cover letter so you’ll want to ensure both of these documents are well prepared and stand out.
All internships will vary on requirements; however, most will require you be enrolled in an undergraduate program. You can find other stipulations or requirements within the actual internship job postings, which include duties and responsibilities.