Jan 24, 2017 06:52 AM EST

CNN Welcomes Applicants For Student Internship Program

For those students who are taking media industry-related courses, here is some good news. CNN offices in the United States and in London are now accepting applicants for their student internship programs. Landing an internship in such prestigious network is a great start for your future career.

The network is looking for hard-working, intelligent, talented, determined and dedicated students to take part in their internship programs. CNN offers excellent internship programs that can be of great benefit for their interns.

Students’ intern will be given designated roles and be exposed to different fields of the company. They will be exposed to the news desk, current affairs, sports news, interview portions and much more. The tasks that will be given to the interns are all media related. Basically, the interns will get to experience the things they need to know about the media industry.

The interns will be able to apply what they learned in school in the actual practice of the media industry. This is very important because in this way the students will be able to incorporate all their learning in a professional way. With this kind of the internship program can help students broaden their knowledge and strengthen their skills in their field of practice says, University Herald.

According to Internship.Com those students who will be to take the internship program at CNN will have a bigger chance of getting a full-time job in the said company after they graduate. Once you get to finish their internship program, you will be able to weigh-in all your experiences and learning. In this way, you will know if you are indeed ready to be part of the CNN family.

Meanwhile, in other CNN related news, Jobs & Hire reported that the network is facing serious lawsuit regarding racial discrimination in its workplace. The complaints were about those colored employees receiving consistent low-performance work ratings.


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