FOR PUBLIC MEDIA INSTITUTIONS: Click here to upload your organization’s internship opportunities. We will be sharing this information directly with colleges, universities and community colleges around the state. We wish you luck in this exciting endeavor!
FOR COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES: Coming soon! Check back here to view current internship opportunities in public media organizations throughout Colorado.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN PBS INTERNSHIP HANDBOOK: On this website, we’ve posted the documents we at Rocky Mountain PBS use internally for our in-house internship program. These documents are not legal advice and may not work for you – you should adapt them to meet the needs of your organization.
You should talk to your advisor about how to avoid legal liability when integrating interns into your office. The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division has put out a set of guidelines in Fact Sheet #71 (released in April of 2010) to explain the legal aspects of intern-trainee situations.
If you structure an internship correctly, it can become a worthwhile way to reach out to the community and influence the next generation.
We at Rocky Mountain PBS are happy to help your organization promote internship opportunities to our statewide network of colleges, universities and community colleges as an initiative of the Tim Gill Center for Public Media collaborative.
Rocky Mountain PBS Internship Toolkit
Useful Sample Forms
- Sample Job Description (PDF)
- Sample Interview Questions (PDF)
- Sample Offer Letter (PDF)
- Sample Performance Evaluation (PDF)
- Sample Intern Feedback Form (PDF)
Click here to download the entire toolkit in a zip file.