News Intern



  • Category:
    News Intern
  • Deadline:
    Sept. 28, 2022, 8 p.m.

UCLA Radio is looking for Fall 2022 Interns!

Use this application to creatively show us how you would be an active member of UCLA Radio. Be yourself, and have fun with it! The goal of this application is to get a sense of who you are and how you could uniquely and originally contribute to the station. We are looking for interns with enthusiasm and new ideas for improving how we use our platform!

Please be aware of the commitment involved with joining Radio. For Fall quarter 2022, interns will be expected to attend mandatory intern meetings on Tuesdays at 8-9 pm, attend regular department meetings and UCLA Student Media workshops, all-station meetings, and other potential events/socials. There will also be regular creative, station-related tasks and projects. Most interns find all of these engagements fun and rewarding, but if you don’t have the time, please consider applying in a future quarter! If you are accepted, we will expect that you attend the first intern class on Tuesday, October 11th at 8-9 pm.

You may complete two applications maximum. If you are accepted as an intern, you will not be required to stay in the department you applied for after intern quarter. Radio members are encouraged to explore all departments fully, and switch or contribute to multiple if they wish. Members of any department are welcome to have a show on-air.

The News department is responsible for writing and releasing a quarterly zine that explores a theme related to music and/or the music industry. Though News will collaborate with other departments in the production of the zine, the department members choose the theme and structure of the zine and contribute the largest portion of the content itself, including both traditional journalistic writing and more creative, innovative reporting styles.

NOTE: All new UCLA Radio members are considered "interns" during their first quarter, regardless of department. The designation of intern or staff on each application is arbitrary; there is no difference.

Questions? Email us at [email protected]!