If you are looking to provide a film studies student with an internship opportunity, please contact the Film Studies Coordinator, 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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Spring 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:


Spring 2019 Internship Opportunity @ Longleaf Film Festival (Plus) 

For the spring 2019 semester, Longleaf Film Festival is seeking an intern to help with the festival AND the other “fun work” of festival staff which includes video production, K-12 North Carolina history resource development, and more.

Internships are unpaid, college credit may be provided.

For Longleaf, an intern will help research and draft social media posts for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, develop materials for the festival, watch movies, research and on development of workshops and panels for the festival, and other. For the “other” work, help may be needed in videos under production, staffing museum events, developing assignments in accordance to DPI standards, development of outreach to rural’s a grab-bag, to be sure. Apply before Decemeber, 1.

Application form available at the Film Studies Lab in G116 or by request to

For an application for all museum internships and to see the rules, check out

Longleaf Film Festival is a program of the North Carolina Museum of History, which coordinates an internship program for college students to experience and contribute to life in a museum. Longleaf Film Festival is organized by Education Section staff at the museum. The North Carolina Museum of History is in downtown Raleigh, a quick walk, bus or scooter ride from many places. Our address is 5 E. Edenton Street, 27601. 


Spring 2019 Film Library Internship at Broadreach 

Broadreach is an educational adventure travel organization for teens that helps middle school, high school and college students discover The world and their place in it. We run 70+ programs in several different areas of interest all over the globe. Our students are doing phenomenal things, and the video footage is exciting and abundant.

We are looking for an intern to work with our film library in several different capacities: reviewing/cataloging existing footage, creating short narratives for social media and the Broadreach website, and concepting & editing a final video project with our Creative Director to help develop and showcase your production and visual storytelling skills.

The spring internship is available for $12/hour 10 hrs/week minimum (possibly more depending on your schedule). Students must have their own laptop with either Premiere or Final Cut Pro to work on. Interns this summer/fall/spring will also be eligible to be selected for an internship summer 2019 to travel on a Broadreach program to shoot footage on one or more of our trips across the globe.

To apply for the internship, send your resume, filming & editing experience details, 2-­3 references (including one films studies professor), and any links you may have to samples of your work to Ladye Jane Vickers at Deadline for the internship application is Nov.15.

To learn more about Broadreach and what we do, please visit


Spring 2019 Production Internship Opportunity

Work as a production assistant in the field for video productions and/or editing and editing assistant work for a feature documentary project on your own system. Some work paid (based on abilities) and some unpaid. Work to fulfill internship credit requirements would be unpaid. Our clients include broadcast TV, independent films, and corporate work in the Research Triangle Park area.

Clients include Disney/ABC/ESPN, Golf Digest, Live Nation, Warrior-Poets, Peacock Productions/NBC, Federal Express, Fox Sports, CBS Sports Network, NFL Films, IBM, Ogilvy, GSK, Sports Illustrated, Grifols, Getty Images, National Geographic, BBC, Lockheed Martin and WebMD.

Must have a vehicle for PA work. Ideally intern would have some full days without classes to PA. Vehicle and full days unnecessary for editing project.

To apply send resume to Jay Spain at: More information at

Film Majors: To receive 3 credits for any internship (this is not required) you will have to register for English 350 and complete 120 hours of work over the course of the fall semester. If you go to this route, please look at for Internship requirements (this can count as your advised elective in the Art Studies-Film major, or as an elective in the English-Film major). If you have any questions about English 350 (the course required for receiving internship credit), please contact