The NBCUniversal Internship Program allows students to unlock their potential by contributing to big projects in meaningful ways that matter.
To thrive as an NBCU intern, you are ready to bring your passion for media, entertainment, and technology along with your desire to learn each day.
Your professional development is important to us. NBCU interns receive career prep, leadership exposure, connection to other interns, networking, and of course, all the fun you can imagine along the way.
To meet students where they are, we offer both virtual and in-person internship opportunities for the Spring 2023 semester, and all internships will be part-time (approximately 16-24 hours per week). Because we know it can be challenging to balance coursework and internship commitments, we are now offering interns paid time off for mental health, school exams, and personal holidays.
- Spring 2023 Internship Program:
- Applications Close: October 7, 2022 at 11:59pm ET. Pro Tip: Submit your application as soon as possible – don't delay!
- Program Dates: January 17 – April 21, 2023
Time Commitment: 16-24 hours per week. Exact schedule to be determined based on business need. We will do our best to accommodate course schedules.
- Submit a one-page resume that outlines your work experience, accomplishments, and your graduation month and year.
- Submit a cover letter that highlights your passion for NBCUniversal, the locations (listed below) you are open to for internships, and your top areas of interest (opportunities listed below).
- Upload a transcript (unofficial transcripts are fine) that confirms your status as an actively enrolled student in a degree-granting program.
The Universal Filmed Entertainment Group (UFEG) consists of the operations to produce, acquire, market and distribute filmed entertainment worldwide in various media formats for theatrical, home entertainment, television and other distribution platforms. The division operates globally with colleagues spread across 20 countries. We pride ourselves in supporting and amplifying diverse stories told by unique voices. We want to bring in driven, dedicated, and diverse talent into our organization who are just as passionate as we are in continuing to tell stories that reflect our global audience.
Areas of placement may include, but are not limited to:
- Business & Legal Affairs: draft various licensing agreements and other contracts related to film and television licensing to various external partners, including global digital media platforms and local television broadcasters
- Marketing & Consumer Insights: create social campaigns & strategies, review & analyze consumer data to improve marketing strategies, reporting performance trends, preparing industry update decks and deliverables, develop & design marketing collateral for pitch meetings, participate in brainstorm & strategy meetings
- Creative Technologies: find solutions in the virtual production space, build 3D CG assets, optimize assets for real-time rendering for virtual production, and help test new ideas & assets
- Finance & FP&A: improve accuracy and efficiency of monthly forecasting process, creating new financial models and trackers, day-to-day operations – financial consolidation, territory forecasting calls, and submitting corporate financials, and assist in regression refresh
- Digital Distribution: Analyze sales and consumer data, review partner platforms to develop insights on business opportunities, refine current business workflows, develop and present project findings to internal and external executives
- Creative Design: creating various theatrical campaign assets, source new design ideas and pitch them to the team, and produce a variety of artistic styles for each theatrical campaign
- Basic Requirements:
- Must be actively enrolled in a degree-granting program at an accredited institution during the length of the program.
- Current class standing of sophomore or above (30 credits).
- Must be authorized to work in the United States without visa sponsorship by NBCUniversal.
- Must be working from a location within the United States during all hours worked.
- Students with class standing of junior or above preferred
- Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
- Passion for filmed entertainment space
- Ability to multitask and highly organized
- Excellent verbal and written communication
- Previous internship experience within a corporate setting