Studio 360 Internships

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Studio 360 is looking for sharp, enthusiastic self-starters, with or without radio skills, to participate in the program as interns and volunteers.

We accept Interns who are current students (undergraduate or graduate), or who have graduated no more than 12 months prior to the start of the internship.

We also welcome Volunteers, no longer in school, who want to explore radio and multimedia production.

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Studio 360’s internship is a hands-on experience. Interns and volunteers sit in on editorial meetings, gather research, pitch ideas, collect materials for the website, and learn a variety of tasks involved in producing a weekly program. Over the course of the term, interns and volunteers gain fundamental radio skills (including audio editing) and will assist staff mentors with producing segments for the show.


There are no specific criteria except a passion for the arts and popular culture, and a fascination with creative use of media. Study or experience in journalism and/or radio production is valuable, but not required. Past volunteers have come from a wide variety of backgrounds, including professionals from other fields making career changes. In short, we are looking for applicants who are motivated, avid cultural consumers, and who are excited to learn.

All interns and volunteers must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

How to Apply

Send us a resume and cover letter explaining why you would like to intern or volunteer at Studio 360 and what you hope to gain from your experience. Tell us about your culture diet — favorite magazines, books, TV shows, trends you’re following, movies, music, etc. Briefly describe any relevant journalism, broadcasting, or other media skills; familiarity with office software; and your research experience.

We also ask that you specifically address the following:
1. Describe two of your favorite Studio 360 segments and why you liked them.
2. Describe one or two segments or shows that you think were less successful. What would you have done to make them stronger?
3. Suggest two story ideas (one paragraph each) for Studio 360. These can be pitches for simple "host-interviews-guest" segments, or for longer reported pieces with multiple voices. In addition to describing the idea itself, you should also include ideas for voices in the piece/interview.

Although it is not required, you are welcome to submit samples of your work, including writing or audio samples. Audio samples must be posted online for streaming.

We accept applications during the following submission periods only:
Occasionally, we have to shift our dates — so please check this website before applying.

Submissions accepted: February 29-March 20
Deadline: March 20
Notification: early April
Start date: mid-May

Submissions accepted: June 10-July 14
Deadline: July 14
Notification: late July / early August
Start date: late August / early September

Submissions accepted: September 30-November 11
Deadline: November 11
Notification: late November
Start date: early January

If you are applying as an Intern: Please submit your application via WNYC's careers site. (The internship will only be listed on the site during submission periods.)

If you are applying as a Volunteer: Please submit your application to with the subject line “Studio 360 volunteer application.”

about the application and/or the position can be sent to with the subject heading "Studio 360 intern/volunteer question."