Spring Intern - Commercial
People Store Talent AgencyRemote, GA
Part Time Unpaid Internship
This is a remote internship with the possibility to work in our office, if conditions permit. We work with students who can earn academic credit. We value diverse perspectives. Ideal candidates for this project may be Film and Television, Entertainment Media, Marketing, Communications, Business Administration, Theatre, and Computer Science majors, or a student with a career interest in Entertainment. Students seeking an acting career will not be considered at this time.
Internships are part-time; the schedule, including final start and end dates and hours/week, are determined by your school's requirements, but are typically a Jan-May commitment of at least 10 hours/week
Qualifications for an Internship with People Store:
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including over the phone, in person, and over the computer
Strong organizational skills
Fast at typing and experienced at working on a computer
Hands-on, ''get things done'' mentality and able to adapt quickly
Resourceful: you see a project from idea stage through successful completion
The ability to work both in an independent and team environment
Comfort with remote work and access to a reliable internet connection/personal computer, as applicable
Interns in the Commercial Department will shadow the everyday responsibilities of a Commercial Agent and get the opportunity of working hands on with actors.? Some of these activities include:
Helping to schedule and coordinate in-person auditions?
Working with casting websites
Experience with inEntertainment
Learning casting websites such as Breakdown Express and Casting Networks
Learning how to read and evaluate release forms, commercial contracts, and mitigate commercial conflicts for actors
Shadow all of the agents in the department
Will learn the differences and gain industry knowledge with Commercial, Industrial, Hosting, Print, and Voice Over work
Sit in on new talent and strategy meetings in order to further learning about developing and managing talent through a commercial perspective?
Learning about Southeast commercial casting directors and putting together talent submissions/pitches for independent producers, ad agencies, and Fortune 500 companies??
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