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Assistant Director Trainee Internship

The Assistant Director Trainee Internship is a Internship sponsored by Assistant Directors Training Program.

Award Information:

Amount of Internship: $504 per week (first 100 days of work); $541 per week (second 100 days of work); $580 per week (third 100 days of work); $619 per week (fourth 100 days of work)
Application Deadline: 13-Nov
Requirements: Applicant must be at least 21 years of age, a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and meet at least one of the following requirements: have a bachelor's or associate degree from an accredited college or university; be a currently enrolled student who will complete all coursework and graduate by June 30; attain at least level E-5 in the U.S. military; have at least two years of full-time paid employment (or part-time equivalent) in the entertainment industry. A combination of college credits and work experience may also be used to meet eligibility requirements.

Sponsorship provided by:

Assistant Directors Training Program
Attn: Administrator, 14724 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 775
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
Email Address:
Phone Number: 818 386 2545

You can find out more by contacting:

Kate Tilley Carroll

You should always check out available information on the internship. A maximized likelihood of obtaining money comes from first understanding the qualifications and then determining if you qualify. Prior to starting, try to recognize the potential motivations of the Assistant Directors Training Program and what they hope to achieve with the Assistant Director Trainee Internship. If you are qualified, verify that there is a reasonable chance of being awarded the internship. After figuring out that there is a good chance of going on to be awarded the Assistant Director Trainee Internship, then it is useful to use your time.

One critical aspect of working toward obtaining the internship is paying close attention to the application. Occasionally the process can be long, but it is absolutely critical that your work was done accurately and completely. Use caution to insure that you will not lose out as the result of something that could have been avoided.

After the required forms have been mailed, figure out the timeframe regarding when the Assistant Director Trainee Internship chooses a winner and actually dispenses the money so that you can know if you will be able to count on the internship to help meet any bills associated with your education and how it will assist with your future, as there may be restrictions on what bills you can pay with the Assistant Director Trainee Internship. You might find it challenging to cover the increasing costs of education, and having the additional resources of the Assistant Director Trainee Internship to defray some of the costs can provide significant support. Even if you don't obtain the Assistant Director Trainee Internship, try not to be upset, there will be alternative internships and your persistence may be rewarded.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015


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