Summer News Internships

FLOOD COMMUNICATIONS – 2016 Summer Internships

Broadcast Journalism Intern – Paid Summer Internship: $10 per hour – 40 hours per week.

Flood Communications Internship Program is looking for students who are seeking a future career in television and/or radio broadcasting. This program is designed for students who want to learn the ABCs of how a news station works; from creative and community services, to ultimately getting the news product on the air. We are seeking the next generation of “news gatherers.” We are looking for out-of-the-box ideas, web-based as well as over the air broadcasting techniques. Students with on-line savvy; who want to write, report, produce, and have a passion for multi-platform news. There are eight Broadcast Journalism Intern positions available in the following communities: Beatrice, Columbus, Fairbury, Falls City, Nebraska City, Norfolk and Wayne.

Things You Need To Know About Flood Communications College Internship Program:

1. Internships are only available to college junior or senior students.

2. Internships begin May 23rd and conclude August 5th (one quarter or a semester) and a minimum of 40 hours per week.

3. Students must provide at least one recommendation from a “student advisor,” who will be the prime contact throughout the internship.

NEWS:

Students will learn to gather news in our company. With that in mind, all interested applicants should have a vast knowledge of all current events. The intern will work a rotating schedule that will allow them to experience in-house and field task, including, but not limited to, assignment desk assistance, general assignment reporter shadow, a writer /producer shadow as well as reporting.

Seeking a Bachelors Degree in desired fields Social Sciences & Liberal Studies/Journalism Social Sciences & Liberal Studies/Communications

Cover Letter, Writing Sample, Other Documents and Send a Demo Reel (if available)

Reporter/Producer/Logistics– Paid Summer Internship: $10 per hour – 40 hours per week.

This internship will expose a journalism major to the inner workings of a multi-city news operation. This internship requires flexibility, long hours, travel across the state of Nebraska and someone who is not afraid of hard work.

The student chosen for this position will work directly with the president of our company and will help oversee a summer long news feature series of segments from communities across Nebraska.

This position involves weekends, nights and plenty of travel.

Things You Need To Know About Flood Communications College Internship Program:

1. Internships are only available to college junior or senior students.

2. Internships begin May 23rd and conclude August 5th (one quarter or a semester) and a minimum of 40 hours per week.

3. Students must provide at least one recommendation from a “student advisor,” who will be the prime contact throughout the internship.

NEWS:

Students will learn to gather news in our company.

With that in mind, all interested applicants should have a vast knowledge of all current events. The intern will work a rotating schedule that will allow them to experience in-house and field task, including, but not limited to, assignment desk assistance, general assignment reporter shadow, a writer /producer shadow as well as reporting.

Seeking a Bachelors Degree in desired fields Social Sciences & Liberal Studies/Journalism Social Sciences & Liberal Studies/Communications

Cover Letter, Writing Sample, Other Documents and Send a Demo Reel (if available)

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