Finding Internships & Jobs

On-campus resources

The Media School and the Walter Center for Career Achievement are here to help you in your search. Check the Walter Center's job and internship database, join its career communities and take advantage of our networking opportunities.

Job and internship database

All job and internship leads directed toward Media School students are funneled to one common location: the Walter Center for Career Achievement's interactive database, Career Link.

Join one of the Walter Center's two media-related career communities Journalism, Sports, Entertainment, and Production; and Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations — to see tailored opportunities. You can even sign up to receive an email when a new opportunity is posted.

Check out the database

Media School career coaches are available to help you with every step of your search. Make an appointment to meet with one.

Internet resources

In addition to postings available on Career Link, you should regularly check job boards and internship-specific websites for potential opportunities.

It's worth bookmarking these industry-specific sites:

See a list of more job and internship sites
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Semester in Los Angeles

Fall and spring

Spend fall or spring semester interning at a media internship in L.A. and taking Media School classes for credit.

Learn about Semester in L.A.
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Summer in London

Summer

Spend six weeks interning at a media company and exploring London while taking a course on British media.

Learn about Summer in London

Recent internships

Many students find their internships by simply checking the website or calling someone at an organization they'd like to work at.

Need inspiration? Check out this list of places our students have recently interned.