BCIT Radio Arts and Entertainment Internship Program

BCIT Radio Arts and Entertainment students in their final term of study are available to work five days a week in your organization for a four week period. The students have completed the majority of their classroom requirements and have job ready broadcasting skills to make an impact within your organization and are eager to sink their teeth into real work.

The internship program provides students with exposure to the broadcasting and entertainment industry and gives them valuable work experience. At the same time, you receive a recently trained student to work on projects and complete various tasks within your organization. It is a perfect way to try out a potential new entry-level employee with no risk. A win/win for both parties.
Write News Stories
Conduct Interviews
Radio Announcing
On-Air Features
Write Radio Ads
Voice Over Talent
Research Background Information
Corporate Podcasting
Dec - Feb
Internship applications submitted to BCIT
Feb Students apply to internships and interviews are conducted
Internships are finalized
Students start their internship
Internship ends

How Does The Internship Process Work?

Create and submit a one or two page Word document containing the following:

Remember, students will be applying based on the information that you provide. Companies that provide a detailed and interesting description of the position, the company, and the industry tend to attract more applicants and have a higher chance of landing an intern. Securing an intern is not guaranteed.

BCIT Radio Arts and Entertainment Requirements

Contact Information

If you have any additional questions about the BCIT Radio Arts and Entertainment internship program or to submit your internship application, please contact:

Kathryn Stewart
Program Head, Radio Arts and Entertainment
Broadcasting & Media Communications Department
Tel: 604-432-8025