Being an intern for College Media Network provides for a wide variety of learning experiences.
This isn't the typical errand-running internship that so many college students fall victim to. At CMN, interns have real responsibilities and real assignments. From working with professional designers on site design, newspaper launches, mobile application development, and online advertising. CMN interns have the ability to see what it's like on the support side of College Publisher.
The knowledge you gain from interning with CMN is especially powerful when you can take that information back to your school and apply it to your own paper's site.
Another great aspect of being a CMN intern is the amount of input you can give to the development of College Publisher. As a college student, your opinion matters to College Publisher, and the CMN team recognizes that by taking the time to get your valued thoughts on developments and ideas.
College Publisher is constantly trying to update its functions to improve its newspapers, and what better way to do that then getting feedback directly from the source: college student journalists.
- Students must be registered for an internship for academic credit with their college or university, and must provide official documentation on school letterhead confirming this information upon acceptance of the internship.
- Students must be a matriculated junior or senior or going into the junior or senior year of college.
- CMN internships are a commitment of 12-20 hrs/week during the Fall and Spring semester and 20-25 hrs/week for summer placements for a minimum of 10 weeks (excluding weekends). Placements are onsite (no remote work) in our New York offices in Times Square.
- The internships are compensated with college credit.
- Application dates for resume submissions are rolling - to learn more contact - email@example.com.