Company & Program Overview:
Love the world of storytelling? So do we! An internship at Nickelodeon can launch you on an exciting, fun-filled career in children’s entertainment. Nickelodeon produces hits like SpongeBob SquarePants, The Loud House, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and The Casagrandes…just to name a few! Here at Nickelodeon, we don’t have interns. We have “NICKterns”! Rather than just getting coffee and slaving away behind a copy machine, our NICKternship is a true mentorship program where you (insert name here!) will get the chance to immerse yourself in meaningful projects and become a valuable part of the team. Nickelodeon is a subsidiary of Viacom, which reaches 700 million global subscribers through MTV, Paramount, Comedy Central, BET and other media networks.
In the Nickelodeon Internship Program, interns will be working in a vibrant and inclusive environment alongside employees from diverse backgrounds. Through Campus to Career’s in-depth offerings, interns gain exposure across our business while making significant connections for their future and accessing exciting career opportunities. In addition to hands-on experience our programs include networking, mentorship, resume workshops, speaker sessions, career development, movie screenings, visibility to top industry executives, and much more.
Nickelodeon's Animation and Preschool Development internships are a great place to gain insight into the development pipeline. Interns will be assigned to the animation development team and will assist the staff with various office responsibilities as well as shadow the development staff, observe creative meetings and gain exposure to the workflow. Development interns will also gain experience in script coverage, reviewing stories, and learning about pitching.
Ideal internship candidates will be dedicated to the development teams, possess a strong work ethic and take on responsibilities and new challenges in order to gain a more detailed knowledge of the television industry. Candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, possess a strong attention to detail, have the ability to multitask and take initiative, have strong organizational skills, and must be team players.