This program is designed to expose students to the various aspects of music/disc jockey operations where he/she has the option of being assigned to one of the following departments:
• Digital / Content
• Promotions & Marketing Department
The internship program is an unpaid opportunity for undergraduate students, seeking academic credits for the (fall/spring/summer) semester, to gain excellent hands-on job experience in the music production industry.
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM INFORMATION
Who is eligible to participate?
The internship program is for undergraduate students (sophomore, junior, senior) who maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 as well as completed the required course prerequisites based upon the college/universities criterion (if applicable).
Students will be expected to provide transcripts issued by their college or university’s Registrar’s Office upon request, as mentioned below.
What are the requirements for this program?
Candidates must complete an application, provided by GM Audio & Media, to be submitted along with a cover letter and resume before the application deadline in order to be considered for any available internship opportunity.
As part of the application process, GM Audio & Media requires that all students provide the following information upon acceptance into internship program (documents must be furnished at time of interview):
1. Two letters of recommendation (i.e. professor, employer, etc.)
2. A letter from the educational institution (on letterhead) indicating students eligibility and will receive academic credit(s)
3. A copy of the student’s transcript
What will be expected of the intern?
Upon acceptance, all interns are anticipated to participate in the program for the duration of one semester (approximately 8-10 weeks) with a minimum of 15-20 hours per week. GM Audio & Media’s internship program takes place at many different hours based on need of departments and demand of productions), unless otherwise agreed upon by student and supervisor(s). A schedule will be provided as needed to students based on their availability and the availability of department managers and/or on-site project supervisors.
Students must complete an internship agreement form that encapsulates the expectations of the intern, the student’s college program instructor (if applicable), as well as GM Audio & Media.
Students will be required to complete weekly student time/activity reports, progress reports and a final student report describing their performance during their internship period. All reports are confidential and will be placed in the students file. The information from these reports will assist GM Audio & Media in making our internship program a successful one.
Expenses - GM Audio & Media is not responsible for providing students with food or traveling expenses.