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At ASU, we believe the best way to prepare students for future work in the highly competitive field of film and media is to give them the critical capacity to adapt to the ever-changing needs of the entertainment industry. Ultimately, we believe that students must integrate theory and practice to build a solid foundation for future success in the media They must go beyond the classroom and engage with the industry. The Film and Media Studies Internship Program provides that opportunity, placing students in the creative, financial, organizational, and legal branches of the media industries to gain invaluable hands-on experience.
Film and Media Studies offers internships in Phoenix, Los Angeles, New York, and beyond to connect students with mentors in film, television, and interactive media. Students can develop their talents and skills in the areas of production, development, marketing, editorial, research, exhibition, casting, and technology across the fields of entertainment, news, advertising, and sports.
Also consult ASU Career Services to learn more about internships.
Many kinds of internships are available for students. For most of them, students are responsible for setting up the internships themselves with the company. They then must get approval from the Director of Internships. Other internships are set up exclusively for Film and Media Studies students by the Director of Internships. For these competitive "targeted" internships, students apply for them and a committee of faculty selects the recipient.
To apply for these "targeted" internships, students must:
Only "targeted" internships have these stipulations. Students of any year with any grade point can get approval for all other internships.
Internships are restricted to FMS majors except when noted. Exceptions to the above requirements are available under appeal or at the discretion of the Director of Internships.
To receive credit for an internship, students must: