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Media Production Internship Summer 2016 - Claire

Interning at the Community Media Center is a great opportunity for any high school or college student in the field of video production, marketing, graphic design or IT. Our goal for each student at the conclusion of their internship is,to leave with a working knowledge of how the real world operates and a portfolio that documents their hands-on experience. We offer internships to help students explore a variety of potential careers.

As a Media Production intern you will learn and
work with high-end professional video
equipment such as; field cameras and kits, nonlinear editing systems and much more. In addition, the Community Media Center has a fully functional video production studio. Feel free to contact the Community Media Center at 410-386-4415 for additional information.

As a Marketing intern you will learn and work with marketing professionals to promote events, build an engaging online presence for the CMC, work with social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. You will also coordinate and plan events for and with the CMC.

As an IT intern you will learn and gain experience with installing and maintaining computer software as well as troubleshooting high-end equipment and computer network systems.

Your Intern Involvement may also include:

  • Instructional Time (i.e. learning the bulletin board system, studio/switcher, programming, production.)
  • Bulletin Board Announcements (creating new graphics and backgrounds, editing, and entering the announcements onto the Tightrope Broadcast System.)
  • Support for the Production Staff (i.e. filing, archiving, camera operation, editing.) o Producing Public Service Announcements.
o Conducting interviews and writing newspaper articles.
o Produce Programming for CMC channels and websites.
  • Assist with station produced programs.

Upon completion of the internship, the CMC advisor will submit an evaluation sheet documenting the hours, productions, work habits and accomplishments.

For more information, email info@carrollmediacenter.org or call 410-386-4415.

Media Production Internship Summer 2016 - Mark

Current CMC Interns

Joshua, Cameron, Jose and Joan

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Fall is here and we have three interns ready to create amazing content and learn the in’s and out’s of video production. Let’s take the time and welcome our three new interns from McDaniel College, Silver Oak Academy and Anaheim Acting School in Canada!

Joshua – Media Production

A Carroll County resident, finished his semester at the Anaheim Acting School in Canada and decided to complete a video production internship with the CMC.  After spending time in front of the camera, he wants to learn all about the side of production that happens behind the camera.  He will be here at the CMC from September to December 2016.

Jose – Media Production

Jose Sydnor is a enrolled at Silver Oak Academy and has an interest in multimedia production.  During his internship, he developed and produced a How-To video involving his favorite hobby; skateboarding. To accomplish this, he wrote a script, set a production schedule, recorded voice overs in the CMC audio booth, and used Adobe Premiere Pro CC to edit his video together.  In other words, Sydnor has gotten a taste of video production from start-to-finish.  A big leap and valuable experience for anyone who has never worked with production before!

Cameron – Media Production

A current student at McDaniel College with a major in film, Cameron has already had experience with video production but wanted more hands-on work and training in the studio and editing.  He has been working with the CMC to continue work on Taneytown Business Breakfasts and has assisted with studio productions like Board of Ed candidate profile videos.

Joan – Media Production

Joan’s internship at the Community Media Center has been different than any other internship we’ve had here at our organization. You see, Joan is a year long J1 student VISA from Ireland.  She completed her studies at Galway Community College and traveled to the United States in April of 2016 for work related experience.


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