Internship Program

The Voice of Hope Radio is committed to providing professional work experience for students interested in communications.

 

Students can be assigned to work at any station on the network based on the needs of the network. The student’s interests and qualifications are also a major determining factor.

 

Internship Positions

All internships are unpaid and are offered in the fall, spring, and summer. There are several types of internships available.

  • Administrative: Students who assist in research, social media, and web content.

  • General Manager’s Office: Students will assist in clerical needs of General Manager including research, filing, and switchboard operations.

  • Web Communications: Students will assist in the stations’ daily web needs including designing web graphics, advertisements, publishing content, and/or more. Knowledge of HTML, Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator a plus.

  • Music: Students will assist in web content, music filling and ingestion, and other music-related duties

  • News/Public Affairs:  Students will assist in show research, writing copy, booking guests, and other news related duties.

  • Programming: Students who assist in on-air work including social media and show research for the Brownstone Show. 

  • Production: Students who assist in the production of elements of broadcast including commercials and public service announcements. Students applying for production must be familiar with Blog Talk and must submit a product portfolio.

  • Promotions: Students will assist in stations promotional needs including logging merchandise, creating social media plans, packaging prizes, as well as on-site event assistance.

 

 

Qualifications

  • To be considered for an internship within the Network, one must:

  • Be a registered student at a local college

  • Be in good academic standing (at least 2.5 GPA)

  • Students seeking an internship for class credit must be registered in one of the practicum classes and be a graduating senior.

  • Students seeking a Web Design internship must submit a portfolio.

  • Practicum Internship resume must be submitted by February 28th.

How to Apply

All students interested in obtaining an internship within the network must send a resume, recommendation letter, and an official transcript. 

Please put Internship Candidate in the subject line and email: info@themorningglory.org Interviews and auditions will be granted by invitation only.

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