MCTV offers a one of a kind, dynamic and exciting television production experience to students enrolled in the Communications Arts Technologies program at Montgomery College. This paid production aide position will combine intensive television production training with real-life experience to provide a unique opportunity to those who are dedicated to furthering their media career goals. Studio, Electronic News Gathering, Electronic Field Production and other opportunities are available throughout each semester in a variety of crew positions, as well as editing and broadcast graphics opportunities.
Just a few of the many shows and events our students have participated in:
· Student Academic Awards Ceremonies
· MC Commencement
· Performing Arts Series
· Montgomery College Sports coverage
· Guest lectures and much more
To be considered for employment: students must be taking a minimum of six credits, be enrolled in or have completed TR130 - Television Production, be available to work in a 4-hour (or more) block of time, and work a minimum of 12 hours per week. This is a competitive opportunity: only six students will be hired to work with MCTV per semester. The term of work is one semester. Students may be employed by MCTV for up to five semesters. Employment is dependent upon the student’s ability to meet the academic and general attendance requirements and a successful interview with the MCTV Student Production Coordinator and MCTV Production Manager.
Student applications will be accepted the first two weeks of the semester. An application form is available here. You have two options with this application form:
- You can download the blank form to complete by hand or
- You can complete the form on-line and print it. (Do not click “save”. Clicking on “save” will erase all the information you have entered.)
Please contact Brian O'Neal, Student Production Coordinator, at 240-567-7265 for more information.
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