The WICC Internship Programs are non-salaried positions designed to give students hands-on broadcast experience. The programs are available to college students, working for academic credit, who are able to work approximately 10-15 hours per week for twelve weeks. Interns are trained and supervised by the department manager. Interns must be resourceful and willing to initiate projects. Good communications skills and attention to detail are important.
Are you looking to get radio broadcasting experience as part of your college course program?
Melissa In The Morning
Interns get hands-on experience with industry standard audio editing equipment, learn multiple different tasks that help create a news/talk radio program, and may have a chance to be on the air!
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Greeting guests of the program
- Researching/pitching news stories
- Writing news reports
- Collecting/editing audio sources
- Creating potential on-air/online/social media content
- Cataloging past show segments
- Assisting show hosts and production teams as necessary
We are currently accepting applications for the Fall 2024 semester! Interns MUST be at least 18 years of age and receive ACADEMIC CREDIT.Please send a cover letter and resume to Drew Carrano