So, you want to be a production intern at TeamWorks Media? Well, get ready to work. And learn. And have fun. Our interns are an integral part of our team-oriented atmosphere. You’ll gain experience in a bunch of areas of television and video production: generating creative concepts, assisting with pre-production for shoots, assisting on those shoots, logging and transcribing interviews after those shoots wrap, locating footage, and creating tape dubs.
Interns are also expected to contribute to the business development efforts of the company. These responsibilities may include researching for new stories, assisting in creative meetings for prospective business opportunities, and contributing to brand development strategies. It’s called a production internship because production will be the focus, but our interns benefit from our integrated company culture. That means learning to think holistically about this business. This is some valuable experience, people.
Organization. Punctuality. Professionalism. Personality. Interns are responsible for transcripts, rundowns, and graphic lists for producers and editors, organization is paramount. Candidates should understand the basic concepts of editing, such as how to match proper visuals and interviews with a script. Logging b-roll and transcribing interviews from AVID Media Log is often required, as well as occasional writing. Basic knowledge of camera and lighting equipment is helpful, but not essential. Interns should have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and amazing internet research skills.
This is an unpaid internship, but school credit can be received (if allowed). Interns will also be reimbursed for any public transportation costs, as well as any other expenses incurred.
Monday through Friday, approximately 9AM to 5:30PM, with flexibility to work weekends as required. Minimum commitment of 12 weeks.
You want in? Use the form on the right to upload your resume and cover letter. Make sure your personality shines through that cover letter, guys. That counts for alot here.