Introduction

Congratulations! You are about to embark on one of the most exciting adventures in your quest to work in the entertainment field.

Many jobs are now requiring students to have done at least one and sometimes two internships before entering the workforce. Employers see internships as a way of weeding out people who aren’t really serious about the industry. They’re also a way of “seasoning” people who will go on to apply and hopefully get entry-level positions.

An internship is really like being handed the keys to the kingdom. It’s your chance to go where most people only dream about. You’ll actually be going inside a radio station, on the set of a TV show or movie, inside a recording studio or production house.

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