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Our annual listing of internships can help raise the curtain on a terrific career in show business

business law and related fields. Deadline: Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

Sony Music Entertainment Inc. 550 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022-3211 212-833-7980 (Intern Hotline)
Sony has two internship programs. Both place students across all Sony labels in many areas, including MIS, accounting, finance, law and business affairs. The College Credit Program runs all year and is nonpaying. Students must work a minimum of two full days a week. Address inquiries to above address; specify 2nd Fl. Pay: College credit only. Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate students interested in communications. Deadline: Resumes accepted on a rolling basis. The Summer Minority Program runs for 10 weeks from mid-June thro
ugh mid-August. These positions are paid and are available nationwide, although most are in New York. Specify preferred work location. Write to above address; specify 13th Fl., Box 550-13. Pay: Salary varies, depending on the educational level of the student. Eligibility: Minority undergraduate and first-year M.B.A. and first-year law students with at least a 3.0 GPA. Deadline: Undergrads must apply by March 31; M.B.A. and law students by December 31.

MISCELLANEOUS
The Foundation for Minority Interests in Media Attn: Ms. Betty Elam Executive Director 825 Seventh Ave. New York, NY 10019 212-456 1992/1995
Through a work-study program called Media Careers for Minorities, young people are provided the support, education and skills needed to obtain jabs in the media industry. The program encourages students to apply during their junior year in high school, so they will benefit from a full six years of academic training as well as a full summer and/or part-time internship during the school year with one of the program’s sponsoring companies. Students enter the program with the intent of graduating from college and entering full-time employment with the sponsoring company. Participating companies include Cablevision Systems, Capital Cities/ABC, Fox Television Stations, Gannett Television, Inner City Broadcasting, King World Productions, WEBS-TV and WNET-TV. Pay: Interns receive a salary of $2,000-$2,500 per year plus matching funds from the sponsoring company; the matching amount goes toward the intern’s college tuition. Eligibility: Students completing the 11th grade who are interested in careers in communications and plan to attend college. Deadline: Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

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