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opportunities within the industry, MAIP participants gain a valuable professional credential to better position themselves in the marketplace. Simultaneously, the program offers advertising agencies the opportunity to access top talent and strengthens the 4A’s efforts to enhance the workforce diversity of our industry. In addition to a full-time paid internship, MAIP fellows participate in a series of agency sponsored professional development workshops and seminars, which provide a deeper dive into the various advertising and media disciplines. The workshops also grant fellows the opportunity to learn more about the host agency’s culture through networking with agency professionals post-workshop and agency tours. MAIP fellows residing in the larger markets will attend these workshops. Those residing in smaller markets will have the opportunity to participate in alternative networking events orchestrated by MAIP alumni and agency partners.” from curatorial, education, development, finance, to special events. Interns will have time-bound assignments and individual projects and be compensated with a $3,000 stipend over the course of 9 weeks.” INTERNSHIPS NICKELODEON ANIMATION STUDIOS INTERNSHIPS ARTS INTERNSHIPS Who should apply: Undergraduate students interested in media, communciations, or graphic design Deadline: November 1 Who Should Apply: Undergraduate liberal arts students Deadline: Varies “Love Cartoons? So do we! An internship at Nickelodeon can launch you on an exciting, funfilled career in children’s entertainment. When people think about an internship, they envision getting coffee, running errands, and slaving away behind a copy machine where everyone knows you as the “intern”. Fortunately, there is still hope out there, and that is at Nickelodeon Studios in Burbank, CA! Here, we call our interns “Nickterns” and if you get coffee, it will be for yourself! On the Nickelodeon Studios roster are hit shows such as SpongeBob SquarePants, Harvey Beaks, Breadwinners, Sanjay and Craig, The Legend of Korra, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!” ◊ “Since its inception in 1999, the ARTS Intern program has provided an exciting opportunity for college undergraduates to learn about museum professions, through internships in museums and cultural institutions. The program seeks candidates with demonstrated financial need and encourages applicants from diverse cultural backgrounds. Museums host interns in meaningful, educational positions in many different departments, ranging made-magazine.com 37