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Company/Organization: Sesame Workshop

Description:

SESAME STREET, the award winning television program produced by Sesame Workshop, is seeking interns for its 34th production season.

Qualifications:

YOU MUST BE A FULL-TIME COLLEGE STUDENT TO APPLY. Include the code iw-ssp on your application.
Responsibilities:
SESAME STREET, the award winning television program produced by Sesame Workshop, is seeking interns for its 34th production season. Internships would begin in January and run through April. Areas where interns are needed include:

General Production: Duties include guest relations, administrative support in the production office attending production meetings, researching show information, screening videotapes, handling viewer inquiries and special projects.

Skills Needed: MUST BE COMPUTER LITERATE (preferably Microsoft Word/Windows), organized and professional in manner. Must have familiarity with a professional office environment. Television or Film Majors and/or Graduates preferred. Must live within commuting distance of New York.
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Child Talent Casting: Duties include assisting the Child Talent Coordinator with administrative work, rehearsing lines and music with talent and various special projects.

Skills Needed: MUST BE COMPUTER LITERATE (preferably in Microsoft Word/Windows), organized and professional in manner. Television, Film Production, Elementary Education Majors, Graduates, or related field preferred. Must live within commuting distance of New York.
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Script Department: Duties include proofreading and distributing scripts, photocopying, typing, and assisting the Script PA.

Skills Needed: MUST BE COMPUTER LITERATE (preferably in Microsoft Word/Windows), organized and professional in manner. Majors or Graduates in Television, Screenwriting, English or related field preferred. Typing skills a MUST. Must live within commuting distance of New York.
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Post Production: Duties include assisting the Post Production Coordinator and PA with administrative needs, acting as a liaison between the edit facility ,office and studio organizing the tape library and coordinating post-production services.

Skills Needed: MUST BE COMPUTER LITERATE (preferably in Microsoft Word/Windows) and have interest with various editing processes, video production terminology and videotape formats. Knowledge of editing and post-production helpful. Must live within commuting distance of New York.
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Music Department: Duties include providing administrative assistance to the Music Director and Music Assistants, helping organize the music library, responding to inquiries and screening audio tape submissions.

Skills Needed: MUST BE COMPUTER LITERATE (preferably in Microsoft Word/Windows), Majors and Graduates in music related fields are preferred. Candidates must be familiar with basic music terminology.

Skills:
MUST BE COMPUTER LITERATE (WITH REQUESTED PROGRAMS)

Hours:

3 days/wk

Length/Availability:

3-4 months



Additional Info:
This internship is available year-round. Feel free to apply for a current or future session.
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Sesame Workshop

Sesame Workshop is a not-for-profit company using media to educate and delight children and families worldwide. Its expertise encompasses television, online, CD-ROM, print, product licensing, publishing, film, and community outreach. Best known as the creators of Sesame Street celebrating over 30 years of production on PBS Sesame Workshop programming has been enjoyed in more than 140 countries, including over 19 indigenous co-productions reflecting local languages, customs, and educational needs. Sesame Workshop and Nickelodeon launched NOGGIN, an educational cable network for children. Sesame Workshop television titles include Sesame English, Dragon Tales, Tiny Planets, and Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat, as well as their publication, Sesame Street Parents. Internship opportunities at Sesame Workshop provides full-time matriculated college students with hands-on learning directly related to their current academic studies. Students will engage in everyday business tasks under the guidance of an assigned supervisor. The internship program will allow Sesame Workshop to support students in their career path, as well as help us to build strong relationships with neighboring colleges and universities. Students must show proof of enrollment to be considered, and they should receive school credit for their internships at Sesame Workshop. Students should also be able to commit to a minimum of 3 work days, unless otherwise noted. Interns will not be paid hourly wages or a salary, but are provided a travel/lunch stipend. Students under serious consideration will be contacted about their resumes within 2-3 weeks after we receive their information. Due to the large volume of incoming resumes, we are not able to verify receipt of one particular resume. No Phone Calls Please.
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One Lincoln Plaza, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10023

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