NBC in NYC
NBCUniversal is coming to Pace. If you're interested in learning about internships at their brands including NBC, E!, Esquire, USA, and more, or want to hear about their infamous Page Program, stop by the Student Union on March 3!
Can you imagine yourself interning or working at NBCUniversal? Many Pace students have, including Kristie Dash ’14 who interned at Peacock Productions and E! News, and Alexandra White, who landed a marketing internship at MTV. You could be next.
Stop by the NBCUniversal Info Session on Monday, March 3, from 12:20 p.m. to 1:20 p.m. in the Student Union to learn all about internships and the Page Program. NBCUniversal's internship opportunities give students real world experience and exposure to one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment. Internships are the perfect way to gain experience while learning what a career at NBCUniversal might hold in store for you.
Did you know that approximately 75% of NBC Pages are directly placed into jobs within NBCUniversal? Learn all about working at NBCU in the Los Angeles or New York area. You will have the opportunity to hear from talented company employees, meet and interview with internship recruiters, and learn about the company’s culture and campus program opportunities.
Internships at NBCUniversal may include (but are not limited to): Web Content | Acquisitions | Casting | Creative | Advertising | Technology Development | Human Resources | Journalism | Legal | Marketing Music | Partnerships & Licensing | Photography | Finance Production | Post Production | Publicity | Video Editing
Prizes, food, refreshments, and giveaways will be provided! Learn more on Facebook.
This event is sponsored by SGA, the junior class, and P.A.C.E. Board
Contributors: Career Services and The Arts and Entertainment Industry Network (AEM IN)
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