Evergreen Media Internship

Already caught up and just need the job app? Here's the Evergreen Media Internship Program Application.

UPDATE (May 2022): 

Applications:  The applications will open on May 9th 2022 at 9am and will close on May 20th 2022 at 9am.  

Remote interviews will take place between May 23rd and May 26th 2022.  

Registration: We highly encourage all EMIP applicants to register to at least one other program of their choice in case their candidature is not retained for the internship program.   

Financial Aid: being the recipient of any scholarship may affect your financial aid package. We highly encourage you to contact Colby Morelli (morellic@evergreen.edu) in the Financial Aid office as soon as you are able to find out how this scholarship will affect your financial package and cost of attendance. 

Evergreen Media Internship Program Application  

(updated on 05/4/2022)

Students selected for this program will receive an annual scholarship covering the total cost of their tuition which will be distributed quarterly.    

 

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LED light kit for interns

The Evergreen Media Internship Program (EMIP) is an advanced media program that encourages self-starting and inspired students to pursue their goals and passions through hands-on work in a highly collaborative and professional multimedia environment. Under the guidance of staff supervisors, the program coordinator, the media director and the faculty sponsor, interns develop the necessary skills to thrive in a post-college environment, including creative collaboration, effective communication, emotionally intelligent leadership, and an interdisciplinary approach to multimedia. The cohort is an essential part of Media Services, and in addition to their personal and team-based work and under supervision, the interns provide instructional media support to Evergreen's curriculum, perform maintenance of media labs and equipment, and oversee facilities pertaining to their area of focus. Supported by their field supervisors, interns work full-time in a fast paced and hybrid environment as crew members for various campus productions, post-production projects, lead and attend media workshops and training sessions, and actively seek to utilize the areas’ resources to reach their goals. To promote successful participation, students will be provided with production gear packages for the duration of their internship.  

  

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Audio and video package for interns

The Evergreen Media Internship Program requires a year-long commitment from Fall through Spring quarters. Students can expect learning and work to follow a hybrid model with some remote/online activities and significant in-person activities as conditions permit. Media Services follows state and college COVID-19 safety protocols for all in-person activities. Read about the safety protocols and requirements here: https://www.evergreen.edu/covid19/safety-guidelines

Vito Valera is the Associate Director of Media Services and Felicia Ybarra is the EMIP Coordinator. The faculty sponsor for 2022-23 is Kathleen Eamon. Interested students are strongly encouraged to apply early and meet with the Associate Director and Coordinator at the Spring Academic Fair on Wednesday, May 11th, 2022 from 4pm-6pm. Visit the Academic Fair site 

 

Prerequisites:  

To be eligible to apply for this advanced media program, students must have junior or senior class standing (at least 90 credits) at the time of application. Students must have successfully completed at least one quarter of an 8- or 16-credit program in areas outside of media. Additionally, students must have a minimum of one year of college-level coursework in media production or equivalent work experience; the successful completion of Evergreen curriculum such as media intensive, student originated studies (S.O.S.), or evening audio courses would count towards these requirements. Eligible transfer students are welcome to apply and will need to outline equivalent prerequisites in their application (at least one quarter of study in areas outside of media and at least one year of intensive media production at the college level).  

  

For questions about the program, prerequisites, and the application process, please contact the E.M.I.P. program coordinator (Felicia Ybarra at felicia.ybarra1@evergreen.edu).  

 

To Apply: 

Interested applicants should submit the following required materials through the Evergreen Media Internship Program application

  1. A letter of interest.

  2. A current résumé.

  3. An evaluation of relevant academic work including; 

    1. A faculty evaluation of your work from your most recent interdisciplinary program.

    2. A faculty evaluation of your work from your most recent program/courses that focused on media production skills. If any of the courses were multi-quarter sequences, please provide evaluations from all quarters of the sequence.     

If categories 3.a. and 3.b. overlap for you, you are welcome to submit a single evaluation (

All materials are to submitted via the online application. 

 

Application Deadlines: 

Application open on May 9th 2022 at 9am and will close on May 20th 2022 at 9am.  

Interviews will take place between May 23rd and May 26th 2022.   

 

Internship Areas of Interest
 

  • Audio and Music Technology
    • Focus toward maintaining audio studio facilities and generating advanced creative audio content.
    • Contact Patrick Labahn with additional questions. 
  • Video Technology and Post-Production
    • Focus toward technical video production skills and sharpening video post-production editing.
    • Contact Dave Cramton with additional questions.  
  • Media Production
    • Focus toward generating content for campus-wide use and supporting the planning and execution of live events.
    • Contact Ben Hargett with additional questions.  
  • Instructional Media
    • Focus on the creation of content for workshops, trainings and proficiencies. This includes written instructions and creating audio, video and graphic materials.
    • Contact Aaron Kruse with additional questions. 

For general questions, contact the EMIP Coordinator (Felicia Ybarra).