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Our Internship Program

About the Internship Program:

Requirements for the Cox Media Group - Atlanta Radio Internship Program:

     
  • Complete Internship Application
  • 300 word essay on why student seeks internship with one of the four Atlanta Cox Media Group radio stations
  • Secure and submit evaluation completed by an instructor or advisor 
  • All prospective interns must be junior or senior level students currently enrolled at an accredited college or university.
  • Students with a GPA of at least 3.0 will be given first consideration; it is preferred that students have a 3.5 GPA or higher in their major.
How Do I Apply?

View the application and instructions. Note, this is a Adobe Acrobat file.

Frequently Asked Questions:

When does the internship start?: Summer interns generally start in June. Fall interns begin in September. Winter interns start in January and Spring interns begin in March. Do you offer fall internships?: Yes, occasionally. But we don't encourage students to take a semester off from school to complete a fall internship.What is the pay?: Interns work a maximum 20 hours per week and earn minimum wage.What about housing?: Interns are responsible for locating their own housing. Do I need a car?: No. However, interns are responsible for their own transportation. Who will be my supervisor?: Each intern will be assigned a supervisor in the department to which they are assigned to work. That person will be responsible for the intern's work schedule, assignments and final performance evaluations. 

About Cox Media Group

Cox Media Group (CMG) is an integrated broadcasting, publishing, direct marketing and digital media company that also includes the National Advertising Platform businesses of CoxReps - the country’s biggest television rep firm - Gamut, and Videa. The company’s operations currently include 14 broadcast television stations; more than 60 radio stations; six daily newspapers, more than a dozen non-daily publications; and more than 100 digital sites and services, like Rare.us, Clark.com, Dawg Nation, SEC Country, Hookem.com, and All22. CMG currently operates in more than 20 media markets and reaches approximately 52 million Americans weekly, including more than 31 million TV viewers, more than 3.5 million newspaper readers, and nearly 15 million radio listeners. For more information about Cox Media Group, please check us out online at www.coxmediagroup.com

 

Cox Media Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer; Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.

5 things to know tonight: One Georgia GOP congressman finally says his piece about Donald Trump

1. One Georgia GOP congressman finally says his piece about Donald Trump. [Read here]

2. KSU grad discovered Melania Trump/Michelle Obama speech similarities.   Jarrett Hill, the media observer who first flagged the similarities between elements of Melania Trump’s speech last night with that of Michelle Obama in 2008, has plenty of Atlanta ties. [Read here]

3. 2 charged for scheme involving repairs on DeKalb CEO May’s home.  A former DeKalb County government official and a contractor were indicted Tuesday on charges related to a $4,000 check written to Interim DeKalb CEO Lee May but cashed by someone else. [Read here]

4. State reverses Henry County student suspension.  The Georgia Board of Education has reversed the suspension of a Henry County student accused of starting a fight although school officials said he didn’t throw a punch. [Read here]

5. Car hits and kills toddler.  A 2-year-old girl was struck by a car in the driveway of a east Cobb County home and later died, police said. [Read here]

Photos: Dallas, nation mourn 5 officers

Photos: Officers shot in Dallas, Texas

'Grey's Anatomy' creator Shonda Rhimes responds to petition to fire Jesse Williams

Dr. Avery is here to stay.

Jesse Williams, the actor who plays Dr. Jackson Avery on “Grey’s Anatomy,” gave a speech about race and criticized police in America at the BET Awards on June 26, and it apparently offended some people.

>> Watch the full speech here

Those who were offended by the so-called “racist rant” have created a petition calling for the actor’s dismissal from the show, and so far, it has more than 16,000 signatures.

“Jesse Williams spewed a racist, hate speech against law enforcement and white people at the BET awards. If this was a white person making the same speech about an African American, they would have been fired and globally chastised, as they should be, but there has been no consequences to Williams’ actions,” the petition reads.

>> BET Awards: Jesse Williams delivers impassioned speech on race in America

In a defiant twist, another petition was filed that supports Williams and calls him, “a brave leader.” That petition currently has more than 25,000 signatures.

“Jesse Williams is a bright man, passionate spokesman and a committed advocate of black people and #BlackLivesMatter who took a public stand on BET Awards show, risking his job and career for his beliefs,” the supportive petition explains.

“Grey’s Anatomy” creator Shonda Rhimes also had something to say about the petition calling for Williams to be fired.

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On Monday, she took to Twitter to express her feelings, writing, “um, people? Boo don’t need a petition. #shondalandrules.”

Mic drop.

Fans of Shondaland applauded “the boss” and showed their appreciation on social media.

(h/t Cosmopolitan)

Photos: UCLA campus shooting

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