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 Michelle McMullen ( 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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Sticky Feet Productions Offers Paid Screenwriting Internships for Summer 2024

Sticky Feet Productions is offering four part-time, paid screenwriting internships for Summer 2024, where students will work together to write a feature-length script that will be produced! The premise of the film is a comedy, coming-of-age story about three college students on the last day of school. To apply, click here. The application deadline is April 1.


Due to archive renovations scheduled for Spring 2024, The A/V Geeks Internship Program will not be available until Summer or Fall 2024.

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. Internship will be available in either Summer or Fall 2024. 

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!

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. Please list Film Studies faculty who can provide a personal reference. Student will need a car and will need to wear a mask while in the archive.

This is a paid internship.  If a student wishes to receive internship credit towards their Film Studies degree, they will have to register for a English 350, which can count as your advised elective in the Art Studies-Film major.