Do you want to be an intern for Elvis Duran and The Morning Show?
Do you want to learn first hand how a morning show comes together, from one of the most successful morning shows in the country?
***YOU MUST BE ABLE TO RECEIVE COLLEGE CREDIT AND SHOW PROOF OF THAT CREDIT IN ORDER TO BE AN INTERN. NO EXCEPTIONS*****
****You must be in the New York City area for the full semester with early morning access to get to our studios ****
WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING RESUMES SUMMER 2013. WILL WILL START LOOOKING FOR RESUMES FOR THE FALL IN THE BEGINNING OF JULY
(**We will contact you in July if we are interested. Don't stress Now**)(**We will contact you in July if we are interested. Don't stress Now**)
RESUMES MUST BE IN BY: Aug 1, 2013
WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
1. RADIO INTERNS
2. AUDIO PRODUCTION INTERNS
3. WEB INTERNS
4. VIDEO EDITING INTERNS
5. PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNS
For consideration, please submit a resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should explain which internship type or types your are applying for, why you want to intern for our morning show, and why you think you would be a good intern. Email resume and cover letter to Intern@elvisduran.com
***The subject line of your email should say what semester you are applying for. (
Interns must be available to work in our NEW YORK CITY studios, 2 days per week starting at 5 AM until approximately 2 PM. You must be in to pop culture and be fun and VERY outgoing. No, really. Ask someone if you are fun. If they say no, then trust them.
You can’t get rid of me! I was lucky enough to get to stay for another semester with Elvis Duran and the Morning Show and it has been a blast. What are some of the differences the second time around? First, that copy machine does not stand a chance. I’m pretty sure I could get it to do my homework for me at this point. Second, the breakfast deliveryman and I are best friends. Third, I have gotten to meet some lovely new ladies (I’m talking to you, Nicole and Emily!). Finally, my comfort in the studio and with the people on the show has allowed me to ask more questions and do some more intensive things, like answer phones without Carla Marie sitting next to me (thanks for not being too mean, callers J).
The question I always get from my friends and family is “what celebrities have you met!?” and so far, this semester has brought some winners! I was here for the Steven Ward interview, which was interesting to see from behind the scenes. The most impressive of ANYONE in the past few months was Mr.Moviefone. If you ever run in to Carla Marie and have nothing to say, ask her to reenact my reaction to being told Mr.Moviefone was in the lobby. I grew up calling Mr.Moviefone, and I’m an avid fan of I Love the 90’s, so I was pretty star struck when I got to meet him. We totally had a mini conver-tweet (conversation via twitter, feel free to spread). See below:
(Follow me on Twitter for pictures of show members doing hilarious/adorable things and a LOT of pictures of the guests AND food that come to the show)
Celebrities aside, every day is exciting. Waking up during the school year has proved to be a challenge, but once I’m at the studio, there is no place else I would rather be. There are so many things coming up and I’m excited to be along for the ride!
Talk to You Later!