The News Associate Internship Program provides unpaid internships for current undergraduate level students, who receive academic credit from their institution. The internship provides valuable work experience for students pursuing a career in the news industry.
The Graduate Level News Internship Program provides unpaid internships for current graduate level students, who receive academic credit from their institution. Like the undergraduate internship, the graduate internship provides valuable work experience for students pursuing a career in the news industry.
Interns are assigned to work in one of NY1's production areas, which include the Assignment Desk, the Political Unit, the Living Unit, Sports, Business Services, Media Ingest, Creative Services, Special Programming, Technical Operations, NY1 Noticias, and NY1.com.
Assignments are based on departmental needs, students' interests and position availability.
HOURS & LOCATION
The average workload for interns varies between 16-32 hours per week. Interns work primary out of NY1's facilities in the historic Chelsea Market building in New York City.
Candidates for intern positions must:
1) Be enrolled in an associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degree program.
2) Be in good academic standing.
3) Receive academic credit for the internship.
To apply to one of NY1's internship programs:
1) Visit the Time Warner Cable Careers website and scroll down to the "Search Jobs" box about halfway down the page.
Enter NY1 Internship into the search box to bring up a listing of all NY1 departments offering internships. Then visit each link to see all the available positions for that department.
Once you've identified your desired position, click on the "Apple for Job" button at the bottom of the page to create a login and submit a cover letter and resume.
2) Candidates who meet NY1's qualifications will be asked to send NY1 a letter from their school authorizing them to do the internship for academic credit, via e-mail or fax.
3) Selected candidates will be invited for an on-site interview.
Internship dates and application deadlines are as follows:
• Spring Program (January-May): December 15
• Summer Program (June-August): April 1
• Fall Program (September-December): August 1
No applications are accepted after the deadline has passed or after all intern positions have been filled.