I’ve had a few Internships at Fox Entertainment and the internship program they run is one of the best out there. I’ve interned in NYC, LA, and Austin. I would love to intern at some of the other networks next year. I will absolutely apply for any of the jobs available.
In all seriousness, this internship opportunity is an incredible opportunity for an aspiring writer to put their writing skills to the test. Fox Ent. is very much looking for writers with the potential to break into the film, TV, and game development industry. Fox Entertainment is hiring writers for their TV division and game division, and the intern program will give you the chance to come and work on projects that are either in development or in the process of being developed.
This internship program will be in addition to your regular job which is with Fox Ent. But you’re free to apply for all of the other roles and jobs Fox Ent. is offering, too.
So what are you waiting for? Fox Ent.
Fox is currently in the midst of a search to fill a few hundred-plus intern positions in the Entertainment division and one of those roles is being a writer, so apply now.
As we’re all aware, internships are only good for a good chunk of the time. I mean, there aren’t many options for someone to spend working on a game. But the good news is that Fox Ent. isn’t going to be too hard on you, because interns can also apply for jobs with other studios.
For Fox Ent., there are internships in a growing number of fields, including video game, film, and television, and that means you can even write for the film or TV industry. It’s a long list of internships, but the more interesting ones are in the fields where interns have some sort of degree. So if you want to do video game writing, you can apply to that.
This is all news to me, but if you want to write for the film industry, you can apply to that too. So how does this affect you? You can even write for the TV industry, but the only way to get an internship in that field is to get a degree from a reputable school.
You see, the point is that most of the internships are for people who are actually educated in the fields that they’re applying to. The way that we’ve traditionally defined an “interview” is someone who’s just doing a quick “gotcha”.
I think it’s a bit of a double standard, because it seems like everybody wants to work for a big company and they want to feel as if theyre doing something useful. I feel like it’s a little bit lazy, but I digress. It doesn’t really matter if you have a degree or not. I think that the internship and job you get are the two most important things, and if you have a degree, it will probably help you land a job.