Comments from students who have successfully completed their internship:
Video Arts and Technology
"My internship was the best thing I experienced at BMCC. The first day, I was on a live shoot at Yankee Stadium watching a high definition broadcast and assisting on a locker room interview."

Each student intern is assigned to an internship professor who is knowledgeable about the student’s field. The professor helps the student secure internship placement and serves as the student’s instructor and advisor during the field experience.

Cooperative Education interns are expected to:

Students receive two (2) academic credits for their participation in the internship course. Most interns work 15 hours a week in work-learning positions related to their academic majors and career goals, but there is no maximum number of house a student may work. Some employers may require more hours and students may accept this requirement if they wish to work at that particular site. The overwhelming majority of internships are volunteer positions. Occasionally, employers offer a small salary or stipend, but no student is ever promised a stipend or salary when they register for an internship.

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