WELCOME TO MEDIA INTERNSHIPS ONLINE!
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
COURSE ORIENTATION SESSIONS:
College Internships (BCST 160) - 1 unit (may be repeated for up to 8 units)
On-campus college internship in an approved media related installation within the college such as Broadcast Media Services, Educational Access Television, Audio Visual Department, Education Technology Department, Office of Governmental Relations, District Marketing Office, and Diego Rivera Theater. Students have also interned with various departments designing and maintaining websites and producing other media related materials for those programs. It is highly recommended that students enrolled in this class be taking related media production classes concurrently. This internship may be paid or unpaid.
Industry Internships (BCST 165) - 1 unit (may be repeated or expanded for up to 8 units)
Observation and supervised off-campus experience in an approved media industry installation such as a television station, a video production firm, a sound recording studio, a radio station, a corporate media department, or a multimedia production team. Students are strongly encouraged to have completed a minimum of six units in media related classes *AND* either have completed all requirements for a certificate **OR** be concurrently in enrolled related media production classes.
FINDING AN INTERNSHIP:
Students are not placed at internship sites by the college. Each student, with the support of this class, is responsible for applying for and acquiring their own internship. A list of possible internship opportunities will be available to enrolled students inside the password protected course materials by Friday, January 17. It's a good idea to start looking for an internship before the first day of instruction by searching the internet, contacting industry connections, and asking instructors of classes you are enrolled in or have successfully completed for ideas.
First and second semester students are welcome to register for the College Internship class and apply for internships within the college district. Students interested in an Industry Internship are expected to have successfully completed related coursework at City College of San Francisco or another accredited college or university.
Students must be enrolled in a total of seven City College of San Francisco credit units to be eligible to take this class. Two of those units may be for the internship class and the remaining five units must be other classes that are related to the internship. The only exception to the seven unit requirement: 1) you have completed all other requirements for a CCSF-BEMA Certificate of Accomplishment except the internship; AND, 2) you attended City College of San Francisco during Fall 2013.
Required coursework includes the onsite internship, weekly readings & online discussions, resume, field study report, weekly journal, five year career plan and attendance at three class meetings. Instructions for each assignment are available online. Students can log on to the course materials starting January 10, 2014.
ATTEND THREE REQUIRED CLASS MEETINGS DURING the semester:
There will be THREE IN PERSON CLASS MEETINGS scheduled during the semester. Attendance is required at these meetings. Each of the required class meetings will be scheduled so that students can choose to attend either on a Tuesday from 5:30-7pm or on a Friday 12:15-2pm.
CLASS MEETING SCHEDULE: (meeting dates will be posted on August 16)
Students can choose whether to attend a Tuesday evening session **OR** a Friday afternoon session for each meeting:
CLASS MEETING #1 - MEDIA RESUME WORKSHOP in ArtX 170 on Ocean Campus
Attend either Friday, January 31 , 12:15-2pm OR Tuesday, February 4, 5:30-7pm
CLASS MEETING #2 - INDUSTRY FIELD STUDY PRESENTATIONS in ArtX 170 on Ocean Campus
Attend either Friday March 7, 12:15-2pm OR Tuesday, March 11, 5:30-7pm
CLASS MEETING #3 - CAREER PLAN PRESENTATIONS in ArtX 170 on Ocean Campus
Attend either Friday, May 2, 12:15-2pm OR Tuesday, May 6, 5:30-7pm
CCSF EMAIL REQUIRED:
You have been assigned a CCSFmail account by City College of San Francisco. All communication about this course, about grades and assignments, responses to questions, etc. will be through your CCSFmail account. This is the same email account that you received your registration date and other communications from the college. You are responsible for checking this email account on a regular basis. You can find more information about this email account here: CCSFmail account INFO.
LOGGING ONTO THE ONLINE COURSE:
You will receive information about how to log onto the course from the City College of San Francisco Education Technology Department. The email will be sent to the same address that you gave the college for other correspondence from City College of San Francisco.
The City College of San Francisco online course website is named INSIGHT and is located at http://insight.ccsf.edu You can log onto the INSIGHT Home Page --- LINK RIGHT NOW FOR OUR NEW ONLINE LEARNING SYSTEM IS http://insight2.remote-learner.net/ --- any time starting now and review general information about City College of San Francisco online courses. Students registered in CCSF online classes may log on to CCSF INSIGHT password protected online course materials starting Friday, January 10, 2014.
If you need special accommodations, please contact DSPS