NABEF Launches Engineering Internship Program

The NAB Education Foundation announced a paid internship program it says is designed to reinforce the broadcast industry’s diversity efforts by increasing the number of women and people of color entering the broadcast engineering field.
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The NAB Education Foundation announced a paid internship program it says is designed to reinforce the broadcast industry’s diversity efforts by increasing the number of women and people of color entering the broadcast engineering field. College seniors and recent college grads who have demonstrated an interest in working with digital audio and video, computer technology, HD Radio or HDTV are encouraged to apply.

NABEF will select 10 students or recent grads to participate in the program. Interns will attend NAB2007 in Las Vegas, where they will participate in a one-day session and tour the exhibit show floor. The participants also will be provided with an eight-week paid internship in engineering and technology at a radio or television station during the summer of 2007.

Applicants should visit the NABEF Web site and apply no later than March 1.

For more information visit the Web site, www.nabef.org.

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