Available Internships in NYC

For those of you still on the hunt for a fall semester internship in New York City, consider applying for one of the many opportunities below. Please note, those of you seeking to receive college credit for an internship must meet the official prerequisites listed at the bottom of this post.

ABC Daytime seeks Programming & Development Intern

ABC News seeks Early Morning News Production Intern

ABC News seeks Field Operations Intern

ABC News seeks Rights and Clearances Legal Intern

Artsy seeks Communications Intern

BuzzFeed seeks Client Services Intern

CNN seeks Creative Brand Marketing & PR Intern

CNN seeks Digital Studios Production Intern

CNN seeks Documentary Unit Intern

CNN seeks Intern, Anderson Cooper 360

CNN seeks Intern, CNN en Español

CNN seeks Intern, CNN Heroes

CNN seeks Intern, CNN International Business News

CNN seeks Intern, CNN Money Warroom

CNN seeks Intern, CNN Tonight

CNN seeks Intern, CNN.com Opinion

CNN seeks Intern, CNN.com Photo Desk

CNN seeks Intern, Erin Burnett OutFront

CNN seeks Intern, Fareed Zakaria GPS

CNN seeks Intern, Great Big Story

CNN seeks Intern, New Day

CNN seeks Investigative Unit Intern

CNN seeks Medical Unit Intern

CNN seeks Motion Graphics Intern

CNN seeks NY News Bureaus Intern

CNN seeks Program Development Intern

CNN seeks Program Scheduling Intern

CNN seeks Social Publishing Intern

CNN seeks Social TV Intern

CNN seeks Video News Intern

CNN seeks Virtual Reality Intern

Disney/ABC Television seeks Production Intern, The View

FiveThirtyEight seeks Data Reporter Politics Intern

FiveThirtyEight seeks Podcast/Video Intern

HBO seeks Archives, Metadata and Asset Management Intern

HBO seeks Business Affairs/Legal Intern

HBO seeks Consumer Marketing Intern

HBO seeks Media Relations Intern, Sports

HBO seeks Sports Production Intern

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council seeks Intern

Marvel seeks Creative Services Intern

Marvel seeks Digital Compositor Intern

Marvel seeks Editorial Intern

Marvel seeks Graphic Design Intern

Marvel seeks Library Intern

Marvel seeks Merchandising Intern

Marvel seeks Partnerships Intern

Marvel seeks Print Production Intern

Marvel seeks Video Intern

Marvel seeks Web Analytics & CRM Intern

NBCUniversal seeks Media Tech Intern

New Museum of Contemporary Art seeks Curatorial Intern

Rubin Museum of Art seeks Intern

The Public Theater seeks Operations Intern


JRNL 170 – Internships (Semester Hours: 1-3)


An internship program that affords students an opportunity to apply their classroom experience in a professional work setting appropriate to their major field of study. Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes: To register for the first s.h. of internships, students majoring in journalism must have satisfactorily completed JRNL 011. Students taking 1 s.h. must work a minimum of 120 hours; students taking 2 s.h. must work a minimum of 150 hours; students taking 3 s.h. must work a minimum of 180 hours. Each student must also complete a paper or project relevant to their work experience and fulfill other requirements as designated by the sponsoring professor. May be repeated up to a total of 4 s.h. if internships are at different organizations. Permission of an adviser is required. Pass/Fail grade only.


MASS 170 – Internships (Semester Hours: 1-3)


An internship program that affords students an opportunity to apply their classroom experience in a professional work setting appropriate to their major field of study.  Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes: Students taking 1 s.h. must work a minimum of 120 hours; students taking 2 s.h. must work a minimum of 150 hours; students taking 3 s.h. must work a minimum of 180 hours. Each student must also complete a paper or project relevant to their work experience and fulfill other requirements as designated by the sponsoring professor. May be repeated up to a total of 3 s.h. if internships are at different organizations. Permission of an adviser is required. Pass/Fail grade only.


PR 170 – Public Relations Internships (Semester Hours: 1-3)


An internship experience affords students an opportunity to apply what they learn in the classroom in a professional work setting appropriate to their major field of study. Public relations majors must complete 3 s.h. of internships to be eligible for graduation. Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes: PR 100. The internships can be at different organizations in different semesters, with the approval of the sponsoring professor. Three credit internships are reserved only for students with junior standing. Students taking the internship for 1 s.h. must work a minimum of 120 hours; students seeking to earn a 2.s.h. internship must work a minimum of 150 hours; students seeking 3 s.h. must work a minimum of 180 hours. All internships must be completed under the sponsorship of a public relations professor. Students must also complete a paper or project relevant to their work experience and fulfill other requirements as designated by the sponsoring professor. Permission of a sponsoring public relations professor is required before a student accepts an internship. May be repeated up to a total of 4 s.h. if internships are at different organizations.  Pass/Fail grade only.


RTVF 170 – Internship Program (Semester Hours: 1-3)


An internship program provides an opportunity for students to apply their classroom experience to an appropriate professional work setting. Students work with an assigned faculty sponsor and an on-site supervisor. They work a requisite number of hours, keep a daily journal, and write midterm and final papers. Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes: Junior class standing or permission of department; GPA of 2.5 or better overall, the successful completion of 12 s.h. in the major, of which 6 s.h. must be in-residence; and an intermediate level course in the major. Pass/D+/D/Fail grade only. Students must be approved for admission into the program before registering. Applications to the program, with information about deadlines, are available in the Radio, Television, Film Department. May be repeated for a total of 6 s.h. RTVF 170 and RTVF 174 can be taken in combination for no more than 6 credits. If enrolled in RTVF 144, 145, and/or 164, this course can only be enrolled in for a maximum of one credit.