Programs / Undergraduate
To be eligible to do an external professional internship that relates to their film and media studies for course credit, you must be a film major in good standing with a 3.0 GPA, and have completed 60 units of credit. Internships must be approved by the department based upon their relevance to the student’s academic training in Film & Media studies. Students will meet with the faculty internship advisor periodically through out the semester, and must write a 5-8 page paper evaluating the outcome of the internship, relating what they learned to their studies. Only 4-units of internship units may be counted towards the 32 upper-division unit requirement for the Film & Media major.
To apply, students must fill out an Internship Agreement from the undergraduate office, and meet with faculty internship advisor. Students must also have a written invitation from the external internship supervisor that outlines the activities and jobs they will be asked to perform and write a final evaluation of the intern’s performance at the end of the internship. The internship will be a minimum of 9 and a maximum of 20 hours per week.
BAM/PFA Digital Media Team
Start Date: Ongoing
Length: 6 to 9 hours per month for 1 semester
The BAM/PFA Digital Media Team offers a Video Production internship for people interested in learning how digital media can support the educational mission of a museum and film archive. UC Berkeley students are given preference, but students from other … More