BAYCAT Internship helps grads like Elysia achieve dream jobs
The BAYCAT Studio Internship is back, and accepting applications! If you are (or know)* a young adult, ages 18-25, go online to complete a short application. Interns build skills in digital media, including filmmaking, editing, graphic arts and experience with professional sound and video equipment. Plus interns graduate with with a reel, LinkedIn page, and résumé that showcases clients like The Golden State Warriors, UCSF, and the National Park Service.
Be sure to apply or share the application asap: the program begins September 14. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until that day but there is a 30 minute interview, so we recommend applying by September 1. This PAID internship requires attendance Wednesdays and Fridays, 10:00am – 4:00pm.
This internship opportunity helps young adults like Elysia Liaw gain the tools to connect to digital media jobs, like her new, full-time position as the Studio Coordinator/Jr. Cinematographer on Sephora’s Internal Branding team. From the moment she joined BAYCAT as a workshop participant, Elysia thrived. Although she had studied Microbial Biology at University of California, Berkeley, she found that she wanted a different path in life. Elysia participated in every workshop available to her at BAYCAT, as well as snagged a spot in the highly competitive 2015 TechSF Internship cohort.
Writing to share her news, she reached out to BAYCAT’s Katie Cruz, VP of Studio & Academy, saying, “It’s incredible to be working in production everyday! I feel like I’m living the dream.” She also thanked BAYCAT Board Member Marianne Wilman for helping coach her. A professional development coach, Marianne help interns understand how to best market themselves, interview well, and set goals to help chart their careers.
*The FIRST person who gets at least 2 friends to apply for the internship wins a Target gift card! Have friends write your name and email in the “How did you hear about BAYCAT?” section, under Additional Information.