We are currently accepting applications for the following Internship: (Summer Quarter)
Summer Sales Intern*
10 weeks, 20 hours/week
Duties: Assist with projects involving national/local sales, traffic and sales research. Specific tasks include processing orders, assisting clients with running times, departmental word processing, rate card updating, answering departmental phones, checking agency confirmations, generating promotional one-sheets, and pulling qualitative data. Assist with promotional projects and details surrounding contest give-a-ways. May include coordination with other departments including Local Programming Evening and New Day, Creative Services and Production.
Qualifications: Interns should be in their junior or senior year of college, majoring in Communications, Advertising, or a related field. Computer/typing skills required. Ability to work in a fast-paced, high pressure environment.
What does KING 5 look for in an intern? Ideal candidates for KING 5 internships are current college students in their Junior or Senior year, with at least one quarter remaining before graduation. Qualified students must have strong written and oral communication skills and be interested in a broadcasting career.
Why an internship program? KING 5 has offered undergraduate internships for many years. The station remains committed to the belief that practical work experience adds realism to classroom theory and concepts. KING 5 views internships as a vital part of a student's preparation for employment. Our Seattle facility provides a unique setting where students can experience firsthand the reality of working in broadcasting. Through the Undergraduate Internship Program, KING 5 invests in tomorrow's workforce by offering challenging educational opportunities today.
What can students gain from the program? The classroom setting provides an excellent forum for acquiring and analyzing information; likewise, a successful internship affords students the chance to apply what they have learned in class to real life situations. As an intern at KING 5, students can test their creative talent, exercise their analytical skills and increase their understanding of broadcast operations and industry trends. In addition, through their interactions with established professionals, interns often find mentors and role models who can facilitate their career planning.
Is college credit for my internship required? Yes. Confirmation from the University of enrollment in the for-credit internships will be required. The allocation of college credit is at the discretion of your local college or university. Students are responsible for meeting any university registration requirements. The final authority on credits received remains with the university and/or its designated representative.
How many hours are required for internships? Generally, internships are available year round. Most internships are one quarter long (approximately ten weeks). Evening Magazine internships are for six months. The number of part-time and full time internships available may vary from quarter to quarter.
Hours are to be arranged according to the needs of the department and the scheduling requirements of individual interns. Most part time interns will work at least 20 hours per week, with specific days and times agreed upon in advance.
Are internships paid or unpaid? Internships are paid $15 per hour. The number of internships available will vary each quarter.
How do I apply for an internship? Application materials can be obtained at your campus internship or student employment office. To apply for our internship program, please go to "Jobs at KING 5". KING 5 only accepts resumes and applications for open positions. Unsolicited resumes will not be retained.
Finalists will be contacted for a personal interview (Out of state finalists may be interviewed by phone only.) All internship offers will be confirmed by written notice.
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