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PLS Internship Application


Project Look Sharp Internship Information:
  • Internships can be taken for either 1.5, 2, 2.5, or 3 credits. Standard internships are 60 hours per credit.
  • Check with your department to see if you are eligible to take an internship for credit. In some departments you will need to fill out additional paperwork and get required signatures.
  • You will also need a faculty advisor from your department, and we will need confirmation of his/her willingness in this capacity.
Name:
Phone:
IC Email:
Alternative Email:
Expected graduation date:
Major/Minor:
Number of Credits Desired:
From which school are you receiving your credits?
Name of Potential Cooperating Advisor from your Department:
How did you learn about this internship?
Title of Internship you are applying for:
When do you want to intern:
Year:
Explain why you are interested in this internship and what you expect to gain from it.
What experience, skill set, or particular qualifications do you have for this internship?
Please describe your own understanding of media literacy and your interest or experience with media literacy. Include relevant courses taken, and the name of the professors.

TECHNICAL SKILLS Please indicate your level of experience with the following technical areas, using:
No — no experience
Beg. — beginning
Int. — intermediate
Adv. — advanced.

PLATFORMS:
Mac:   Windows:  

WEB DESIGN:
Dreamweaver:   HTML:  

OTHER SKILLS:
research:   writing:   text editing:  

PHOTOGRAPHY & SCANNING:
digital camera:     scanning:  

APPLICATIONS:
Photoshop:   PowerPoint:   InDesign:   Microsoft Office:   Pages:  

VIDEO:
video camera:     iMovie:   Handbrake:   Pinnacle:   Final Cut Pro:  

Comment on your skills above and any other particular strengths you have.




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