NHTV is looking for interns to learn television production while assisting others in producing community TV programs. High school students are able to complete community service hours. Additionally, college students can earn credits by participating in NHTV's internship program.
NHTV interns have gone on to work in the industry at such places as ABC-TV, WWE, ESPN, A&E, CBS SPORTS, WCBS-TV, MTV, TRU-TV,
Al Jazeera America, Bodega Productions, Encompass Media, Humble TV and more. Interns gain tremendous experience by participating in this free program.
“As a freshman in high school, I was aimless. I had no focus, no real goals, and no direction. Then I picked up a camera and helped start the first student news broadcast on North Haven Television. That was the turning point in my life. Now I travel the globe to cover breaking news events for the flagship CBS station in New York City. My career in TV news has taken me to the battlefields of Iraq, 800 feet under the Atlantic in a nuclear submarine, into zero gravity with NASA, and to 9Gs in the backseat of an F-16. I’ve interviewed presidents, movie stars, and ordinary people in extraordinary situations. As a professional TV reporter for 16 years, I’ve truly witnessed history in the making. But I can trace my own history back 23 years to NHTV and my first experiences making television”.
Note: After stints at WCBS-TV, WFSB-TV, WCPO-TV, and other stations, Keefe is now Chief Investigative Reporter at 11 ALIVE-WXIA-TV (NBC) in Atlanta, GA.
STUDENTS FROM THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS HAVE
PARTICIPATED IN NHTV's INTERNSHIP PROGRAM:
*Syracuse University, Newhouse School of Communications
*University of Connecticut
*Southern CT State University
*Full Sail University
*Point Park University
TO APPLY FOR AN INTERNSHIP, SIMPLY COMPLETE THE ONLINE REGISTRATION BELOW AND CLICK SUBMIT.
GENERAL CONTACT INFORMATION (REQUIRED)
COLLEGE STUDENTS ONLY (REQUIRED)
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY (REQUIRED)
(Note: North Haven High School Requires A Total of 40 Hours of Community Service Be Completed In Order To Graduate).