Media Internships

Fall 2015, Winter 2016 and Spring 2016 quarters

Taught by

digital media, sound design, media technology
film and video production, media theory


Students must have completed at least one quarter of an 8 credit or 16 credit interdisciplinary program and a minimum of one year of study of college-level media theory and skills training pertaining to the internship, such as Mediaworks, Nonfiction Media, Media Artist Studio, Audio Recording, Introduction to Music Technology, or their equivalents.

This academic program is the home for the Evergreen Electronic Media Internships (also known as Media Services Internships). The EM Internships provide advanced students opportunities to gain deep knowledge of specific media concepts and skills in the context of a tightly knit cohort who collaborate on developing academic and creative research agendas that parallel and are informed by their work as interns. Students will work 30-40 hours per week earning 12-14 credits as an intern in one of the following areas:  Animation/Imaging, Audio, Media Loan, Multimedia Lab, Music Technology, Production, Video Production and Video Post-production. Each intern develops instructional, technical, research, organizational, leadership, communication and collaborative skills as they work with supervising staff associated with each of these areas to support instruction, maintenance and administration of facilities and to fulfill campus production needs.

This program also involves a two-credit academic component in the fall and a four-credit academic component in winter and spring. Students will focus their academic work on individual research into the critical history/theory of specific media technologies with an emphasis on social, cultural and economic influences on their development and adoption by both mainstream and alternative producers. As they expand their practical and theoretical knowledge of media technologies interns will examine their own roles as producers, artists, teachers and leaders through Academic Statement work and other reflective writing. Students will have the opportunity to work both collaboratively and individually on creative projects involving media production. Interns meet weekly as a group with staff or faculty to share skills, seminar on readings or screenings, peer review writing, collaborate on projects, and work together on productions and cross-training in all Media Services areas. The EM Internship program requires a yearlong commitment from fall to spring quarters.

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Program Details

Fields of Study

Preparatory for studies or careers in

media production, professional studio management, and computer applications in media art.

Location and Schedule

Campus location



Offered during: Day

Advertised schedule: First spring class meeting: Monday, March 28 at 9:30am (Com 323, Com 326)


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Online Learning

Enhanced Online Learning: Access to web-based tools required, but use of these tools does not displace any face-to-face instruction.

Registration Information

Credits: 16 (Fall); 16 (Winter); 16 (Spring)

Variable Credit Options

12-credit option is also available.

Class standing: Junior–Senior

Maximum enrollment: 8


Signature Required

For more details, including information about prerequisites for each specific internship and how to apply, please refer to  The prerequisite skills and competencies will be demonstrated through the completion of an application that will include references, program evaluations, and a professional resume. Students will also be expected to demonstrate capacity to work in a professional working environment and as a member of various collaborative and creative teams. Applications will be accepted starting on Monday, April 13th, 2015 (start of Week 3 of Spring Quarter). The priority deadline for applications is by Friday, May 15th, 2015 (end of Week 7 of Spring Quarter). Applicants will be contacted by late May regarding their status, and consideration for an interview. Positions will remain open until filled.

Course Reference Number

Jr - Sr (16 credits): 10065

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Enrollment Closed

Course Reference Number

Jr - Sr (16 credits): 20030

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Course Reference Number

Jr - Sr (16 credits): 30024

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