Internship Contact: Loretta Rivers, Executive Director
Lojeri Productions® is a federally approved 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. It was established to provide film services to museums, historical and cultural organizations, and related nonprofits. The company produces documentaries, exhibit and orientation films, marketing and fundraising segments, and other media projects.
Internships are available in Production, Marketing/Development, and Office Administration. They are open to college students and recent graduates in communications, journalism, business, marketing and the humanities. Internships can be completed for college credit. The internships provide college and advanced high school students with practical experience in a small business setting. Former interns have been hired at ESPN, CBS-Connecticut WFSB Channel 3, and at the New York American Marketing Association.
All internships require a minimum of 15-20 hours per week (two to three days). Good organizational, communication, and computer skills are required. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and internet skills are a must. Knowledge of Excel, Access, photography, and video production is helpful.
Marketing / Development Internship
Office Administration Internship
Current and Former Interns
Feedback from Interns
gave me an opportunity to practice my post-production skills
and also learn new ones. While editing documentaries, I was involved
in the whole process, from digitizing footage to making final edits.”
“I was encouraged to offer my ideas and
opinions throughout the post-production process, which really made
me feel like I was part of a team. I walked away from Lojeri Productions
with two production credits and a better understanding of how much
time and effort is needed to create a professional video. I truly feel
that without this internship, I would not have been offered a great
“Interning at Lojeri Productions
provided a stepping stone to go on and achieve greater things.
The hands-on experience allowed me to work independently and use
other talents to build my résumé and make a valuable
contribution to the company. I was able to learn concepts by
applying my textbook knowledge to better understand the link
between theory and practice.”
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