If you are looking to provide a film studies student with an internship opportunity, please contact the Film Studies Director, Dr. Marsha Gordon, with a description of the work involved, the nature of the projects, compensation, location, etc. 

If you are a student at NCSU and have secured an internship on your own, using ePACK or any other resources, please email Douglas Walls ( with the name of the organization and the contact information for your supervisor, and you will be added to the required class, English 350 as soon as your registration window opens, which will allow you to receive 3 credits towards your degree.

If you would like help securing an internship, you need to complete an application process. You can find all of the details on the How to Apply page at the internship program’s website. The materials you submit for the application helps us see what type of internship you want and what type of experience you already have.

English 350 and the successful completion of an internship can count as your Advised Elective in the Arts Studies Film Major (Film Concentration) or as an elective in the English-Film concentration.

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Fall 2019 A/V Geeks Student Internship Opportunity


Local moving image archive located in a private residence in downtown Raleigh looking for NCSU Film (major or minor) intern to help with digitizing and cataloging educational films.

Work will involve learning about the collection; researching and creating metadata for the films and videos; a little physical labor including moving and shelving dusty film cans; learning to digitize a variety of video formats; working with Quicktime Pro to edit works; working with video logging software for creating clips and logging metadata; working with a Filemaker Pro database and Excel spreadsheets; and some web work. Training provided!

I would be willing to work with the intern if he or she has specific interests or goals, which might develop over the course of the internship. See for more information about the nature of the archive.

Send resume to Skip Elsheimer (an NC State grad!),, and please indicate if you are a Film Studies major since preference will be given. Student will need a car. Please list Film Studies faculty who can provide a personal reference.

This is an unpaid internship. To receive internship credit Film Studies students will have to register for a English 350, which can count as your advised elective in the Art Studies-Film major:



The Trailblazer Studios Fall 2019 Part-Time Internship

The Trailblazer Studios Summer Internship Program is designed to give rising college seniors and recent graduates practical, hands-on experience in the areas of Development, Production, Post, and Sound. Interns will apply for and spend most of their time in a primary focus area (Development, Production, Post, or Sound) but will have opportunities to experience other areas occasionally.

Development – This is an intern position in a creative, fun, fast-paced Production Company. Your main duty will be to work with the Development team to learn the ins-and-outs of developing unscripted television and digital content. This will primarily focus on the research and development of new ideas and the creation of pitch materials as well as looking for and speaking with potential talent.

Desired Skills/Characteristics: Interest in development, knowledgeable and interested in TV, digital content, and pop culture, strong writing skills, ability to collect and present research, able to take initiative and see things through. We’re looking for a team-player who loves working in a collaborative environment.

Production – The production internship offers hands-on commercial and television production experience. You will gain insight into how the different departments operate during the pre-production, production, and post production phases. Tasks will range from, but are not limited to general office tasks, research projects, pulling clips, organizing data for the field, to attending shoots when possible. 

Post – This post internship offers a glimpse into the many different career options present in Post Production. Candidates will gain exposure to all aspects of the long-form television post process, including footage ingest and media management, editing, graphics and animation, color and finishing, and project coordination and supervision. Spending time in the area of specialization that most interests you is encouraged. Applicants must have experience with an industry-standard editing platform such as Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere, and be extremely tech-savvy.

Sound – the sound intern will focus on audio post-production for commercials, television, and film. Applicants should be well versed in the use of Avid Pro Tools and ideally will have had ample audio-post experience in school. Opportunities to sit in on client attended sessions will be offered on a case-by case basis and there will be ample time to work on your own projects which in the past has included doing additional work on student film projects that you have worked on during the school year. This internship does not include music production or composition.

Submission Deadline: June 1, 2019.

Resumes and cover letters should be sent to with FALL INTERNSHIP in the subject line and TWO letters of recommendation must be included as well. Demo reels and links to websites are strongly encouraged but not required.