Interns are exposed to a wide variety of business practices in the field of entertainment and also receive formal instruction in the talent agency business.

Students who are enrolled in an accredited college or university are eligible to apply to the program. There is no restriction on what declared major, degree program, or course of study applicants must pursue.

Interns work in the office and participate in the ever changing day to day business of the agency.

All Internship applications must include: a cover letter requesting consideration for the program which describes their career interests in the entertainment industry, a resume with all relevant education, work experience, and at least two letters of recommendation.


Q: Can I receive school credit for the Internship Program?
A: Yes.

Q: Do I get paid and what amount?
A: No

Q: How much will I be working during the week?
A: Internships program hours are typically 20-25 hours a week. Monday through Friday.

Q: Is there a dress code?
A: Yes, Interns are expected to dress for a professional work environment.

Q: Do I have to have a car?
A: No, Interns are not required to own cars, but they must provide their own transportation to and from work.

Q: Does 6th Avenue provide housing for Interns?
A: No, Interns must make arrangements for their own housing during the Internship program.