Want to work for NBC?

shutterstock_378529474Are you itching to go behind the scenes at SNL? Maybe the nightly news is more your speed. How about summer blockbusters?

If you’re considering a career in the media industry, you may also want to consider NBC’s exciting internship and page programs.

Earlier last month, recruiters from NBCUniversal visited to discuss these valuable opportunities.

Paid NBCUniversal internships are available in all NBC departments, so whether you’re interested in finance, marketing, consumer research, or legal and business affairs, NBC has an option for you.

Internships begin in the fall, spring, and summer, and while most are based in New York, some are offered in Los Angeles as well. The spring internship application is now open for sophomores and above who have a minimum GPA of 3.0.

To find out more about the program and start your application, visit nbcuoncampus.com.

studio-audience_shutterstock_71108401If you’re graduating in December or May with a GPA above 3.2 and have at least two previous internships, you can apply to the NBCUniversal page program, an immersive, 12-month rotational learning and development experience.

As a page, you’ll spend a year learning the ins and outs of the media industry by giving tours of NBC studios, conducting audience services, and working hands-on with the business, consumer, and content sides of NBCUniversal.

While “post-page” permanent job placement is not guaranteed, pages are the first choice for open NBC positions.

For more information on the page program and to begin your application, visit pageprogram.nbcunicareers.com.


Follow the NBCUniversal internship and page programs on social media for updates:

Internship Twitter: @NBCUinterns and Instagram: @nbcu_interns

Page Program Twitter: @nbcuPageProgram and Instagram: @nbcuPageProgram

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