Internships at OPB
OPB's college internship program provides students with the opportunity to observe and participate in the daily activities of a broadcast center, as well as develop strong organizational and management skills.
Please click on the links below for the OPB internship program guidelines and descriptions of the internships that are available. Please acquaint yourself with the guidelines of the program to ensure you meet the eligibility requirements.
You should be aware that there may be more applicants than internships. Submitting an application does not guarantee selection for one of the OPB intern positions. Internship terms begin in September, January, March and June. Applicants should apply by the 1st of the month prior to the term start date. Applications must arrive by Aug. 1st, Dec. 1st, Feb. 1st, May 1st.
- Internship Guidelines
- Internship Opportunities
- Download Internship Application (PDF)
- Feel free to contact us with any questions.
Oregon Public Broadcasting presents the Maynard E. Orme Internship
For 19 years, Maynard Orme served as the president and CEO of Oregon Public Broadcasting. Maynard believes strongly in lifelong learning, and his vision helped shape OPB’s local and national productions, groundbreaking Web sites, adult learning projects, educational materials and community outreach campaigns. In honor of his considerable contributions to OPB, the Maynard E. Orme Internship has been established to encourage students to cultivate skills in the development and production of high-quality news and public affairs programming.
Jon R. Tuttle Journalism and Production Minority Internship
Oregon Public Broadcasting offers the Jon R. Tuttle Journalism and Production Minority Internship to increase participation of racial and/or ethnic minorities, as defined by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), who are traditionally underrepresented within public broadcasting. The internship will enable an outstanding student to spend the summer studying the field, full-time, in a hands-on environment. To encourage future generations of compassionate broadcasters and journalists, Oregon Public Broadcasting established the Jon R. Tuttle Journalism and Production Minority Internship in 1994. The internship is in memory of Jon Tuttle, one of Oregon's most respected broadcast journalists who passed away in 1991. To guarantee this special program, and to attract the finest journalism and production students to our region, OPB endowed the internship.
The Charles Snowden Program for Excellence in Journalism
Oregon Public Broadcasting participates in The Charles Snowden Program. For more information about how you can be placed as an intern at OPB as part of this program please visit snowden.uoregon.edu.