DEADLINE: Applications will be accepted through August 9th. Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis.
OVERVIEW: Interns will gain training and mentorship through our hands-on educational program, designed to provide a "behind-the-scenes" look at the documentary field. AmDoc is committed to working with individual interns to meet their unique learning objectives.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:- Interns will gain real world exposure to independent documentary cinema through screening, research, and writing projects- Interns will gain first-hand work experience with nonfiction public media programming based on their career goals, including in department-specific placements alongside staff in Programming & Production, Communications, or Community Engagement- Interns will network and establish professional contacts by attending industry events with a wide range of stakeholders, such as filmmakers, funders and community partners
ELIGIBILITY: This opportunity is open to undergraduate (Juniors & Seniors), graduate students and recent college graduates (1-2 years).
COMPENSATION: Candidates may elect to receive college credit or a monthly subsistence and travel stipend; if intern is granted a stipend through this fund and another source for the purpose of supporting internship expenses, the intern is encouraged to choose financial support from only one source.
COMMITMENT: 18 hours per week for a 16-week commitment during normal office hours (10am - 6pm) in our Brooklyn, NY based office; recommended attendance for biweekly Wednesday meetings as well as invitation-only industry events outside office hours.
NOTE: We are not a production company.