Established in 1989, the Emma L. Bowen Foundation is dedicated to creating career opportunities in the media industry for youth of color through programs that focus on scholastic achievement, direct work experience and professional development. Together with its 46 corporate sponsors, the Foundation currently supports more than 200 students each year through a multi-year internship program for students of color working at media companies across the country.
The Emma L. Bowen Foundation offers paid internships in the media industry for college-aged students of color. Opportunities are available for all functions & departments in media companies for high school seniors and college students of color.
The 2016 Emma Bowen Foundation Application is online. Our next priority deadline is Tuesday, March 1, 2016.
You are encouraged to apply early, as we expect to begin interviewing candidates for select cities in February. Due to the high volume of applications received for certain cities, we will close our application cycle for those cities on March 1.
Want to learn more about the program and application process? Join us on February 11th to hear from Emma Bowen's SVP of Recruitment and current alums about how the program works, how it changes lives, and how to make your application stand out ahead of the final priority deadline on March 1st.
Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/717197513353523970