A. What is a student internship?
An internship is an opportunity for New Jersey college students to gain valuable exposure to the world of professional film and television production. The internship program is sponsored by the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission. Interns typically work two days per week, on weekdays only.
B. Who is eligible for an internship?
New Jersey residents who are currently attending a college or university. Non-New Jersey residents who are currently attending a New Jersey college or university.
C. What kinds of internships are available?
There are two kinds of student internships:
D. Does the intern receive a salary or other financial compensation?
At this time the Commission internship is unsalaried, although job-related expenses incurred will be reimbursed.
E. How many credits can I receive for an internship?
There is no set number of credits attached to an internship. Credits to be granted will be determined by the college in which you are enrolled and should be arranged by the faculty liaison for your institution.
F. May I take other courses while assigned to an internship?
Additional course work will depend upon the amount of time occupied by the internship, the hours at which the courses are scheduled and/or the flexibility of the internship schedule, the location, etc. Any additional courses should be arranged so that they do not interfere with the internship.
G. How do I apply for an internship?
Print out the application form and send it along with a brief resume and any letters of recommendation from college faculty, or current or previous employers, to:
David W. Schoner Jr.
NJ Motion Picture and Television Commission
P.O. Box 47023
Newark, New Jersey 07101.