The Emma Bowen Foundation, which strives to increase media opportunities for minority students, is accepting applications for their internship program.
Selected fellows will be placed in a paid summer internship. They will also gain access to need-based academic scholarships, as well as the foundation’s Annual Summer Conference and Launch Career Activation Program.
Students of color who are high school seniors or undergraduate college students are eligible to apply. Applicants must attend or plan to attend a four-year accredited institution, have a GPA of at least 3.0, speak and write English fluently, and be a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident.
They must submit an application, LinkedIn profile with a photo, resume and HireVue video interview.
There is no set deadline for the program—applications will be accepted until final placement is completed. Selected students will be notified of their final status by May 1.
The application is available here.