Cinema Studies is committed to continuing to enrich student experience and growth by providing opportunities to learn from and work with industry professionals, including our own alumni. Supporting Cinema Studies provides endless opportunities for the program, for our students and our faculty. Students are eager for internship opportunities, and we welcome your assistance in making connections to professionals across the industry.
Opportunities to Get Involved with Students
- Student Internships: In highly competitive media-related industries, employers want to hire individuals with relevant work experience. For undergraduates, this is best accomplished through internships. Learn more about the Cinema Studies internship program on the employer resources page.
- Filmmakers-in-Residence: Through the generosity of Harlan (PhD ’74) and Rima Strauss, the Cinema Studies Program is the recipient of an endowment that brings successful industry filmmakers and emerging talents to campus annually to interact closely with students. Learn more about the endowment and how you can become a visiting filmmaker.
- Speaker Series: Cinema Studies hosts professionals, scholars, and artists from media-related industries as speakers in large campus-wide events as well as small class workshops that enrich the program and the student experience.
To get involved with Cinema Studies students by becoming a mentor, providing a job shadow opportunity, or offering an internship position, please contact Director Michael Aronson at email@example.com or call the Cinema Studies office at 541-346-8104.