Internship

WCCG 104.5 Internship Program offers students real business exposure within various departments. To become a WCCG 104.5 intern, review your academic status with your professor/adviser and attach your resume along with a required copy of transcript for further consideration. Your resume will be reviewed and if a suitable position is available you will be contacted for an interview.

ATTENTION COLLEGE STUDENTS!!!

WCCG COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR YOU! WE ARE SEEKING HARD-WORKING, HIGHLY MOTIVATED STUDENTS FOR INTERNSHIPS IN THE PROMOTIONS, VIDEO OR DIGITAL (WEB) DEPARTMENTS AND MORE.

*Please indicate your department of interest when You fill out the internship application on our website.
GENERAL OFFICE DUTIES, WORKING ONE-ON-ONE WITH LISTENERS AND CONTEST WINNERS, HANDS ON EXPERIENCE OF WRITING COPY, WRITING PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS, UPDATING OF PRESS LISTS, PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING AND EXECUTION OF ON-SITE EVENTS, WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT, GRAPHIC DESIGN, VIDEO SHOOTING, EDITING AND LEARNING THE DAY TO DAY OPERATIONS OF THE RADIO BUSINESS.

WE OFFER A FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO EARN COLLEGE CREDIT WHILE LEARNING ALL ASPECTS OF THE RADIO INDUSTRY. INTERNSHIPS ARE FOR COLLEGE CREDIT ONLY. ONLY THE SERIOUS AND CAREER-MINDED NEED APPLY.
The Internship Program Guidelines are as follows:

Students must be enrolled in undergraduate or graduate school. Undergraduate Junior and Senior year students are preferred. Qualified Sophomores can be considered.
Students must be eligible to earn credit through the college/university they are currently attending by submitting an attachment of their transcript online and resume on our online internship application.
As internship positions vary at WCCG 104.5, students should be aware that positions require between 15 and 20 hours per week.