Multimedia Internship

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EnterpriseWorks & University of Illinois Research Park

Multimedia Internship

Are you a talented student who loves capturing and creating videos and presentations?  Do you enjoy working with different types of people? Do you thrive in a fast paced, team oriented atmosphere?

We Have:

A technology hub for corporate research and development operations.

An award-winning incubator that focuses on science and research-based start up companies commercializing technology from the University of Illinois. 

A multifaceted team of professionals and interns dedicated to helping our startups and corporations thrive in the Research Park.

An internship program that encourages professional development through project-based learning. 

You Have:

Experience with video and photography capture

Experience with video editing software

Good interviewing skills

Experience with Microsoft suite including PowerPoint and Publisher

You Might Also Have:

Experience with Photoshop and Illustrator

 On our team you will have the opportunity to take the lead on meaningful, high-impact projects. You will collaborate and network with high-level executives and entrepreneurs alike as well as other interns from a diverse spectrum of disciplines. Past UIRP interns have gone on to work for companies like Infosys, Boeing, PwC, the Denver Broncos, and Capital One.

Does this sound like a job for you?  What are you waiting for?!

Submit your cover letter, resume, contact information for 2 references and a video sample to

Jenny Kim at 

We are looking for this position to start immediately for Spring Semester and continue through Summer 2017 pending a successful performance review. There is potential for this position to also continue into the Fall Semester 2017.

Compensation: Hourly wage will be $12-$14.00/hour, and will be paid by the University of Illinois.

Reporting: Position reports to the Associate Director.

Timing: Student is expected to work full-time in the summer, and approximately 10-15 hours per week during the academic year.

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