Manhattan Media Internships Spring 2012

Posted: September 29, 2011 by IUsec in Internships

The Marist in Manhattan Program, now in its 9th year, offers undergraduate students a rigorous full-time semester-long study/internship in the media capital of the U.S.  This program was specifically created for undergraduate students and only operates during the Fall & Spring semesters.  Students are enrolled in a 400+ hour internship and also take two 3-credit online courses.

Marist in Manhattan Program features personalized internship placement to ensure a strong match between student and site.  Internships will commit students to spending 4 days of full-time work each week for 12 or more weeks in a professional environment.  Faculty members conduct personal site visits.  Sites are selected from leading media companies where students will be welcomed and challenged.  Previous internship sites have included:

NBC News                                                       Interscope Records                                        ABC Primetime Casting

Sports Illustrated                                       IMG                                                                       Seventeen Magazine

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart         CBS Sports                                                           DeVries Public Relations

MTV                                                                  Rubenstein Associates                                  NBC Olympic Sports

Calvin Klein                                                    Fox News Channel                                           Discovery Channel

Who is eligible?  Previous internship experience is helpful, but not critical for success in media internships.  Students of all majors who aspire to careers in media and public are welcome to apply.  Students with a strong GPA and high levels of motivation and independence can excel in this program – and bring their success back to campus.

More than 135 students have taken part in Marist in Manhattan Program since 2003.  our program includes a residence option.  NYMEP students live on the upper east side of Manhattan, at the renowned 92nd St. Y.  The residential neighborhood features many nearby restaurants and shops.  The famous “Y” is a well-known community center with a 900-seat lecture hall that daily hosts talks by authors, intellectuals and leaders in business, government and the arts.

Visit our web site for details on our program –


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