The Emma Bowen Foundation is a pipeline for diverse talent of all ages. Our programs connect students, interns, and established professionals of color with new opportunities in the media and technology industries through a variety of channels, including our national and regional conferences, ongoing professional and leadership development, webinars, mentorship, and more!
The Emma Bowen Fellows Program provides multi-year internships to students of color at media companies across the country. Each student works as a paid summer intern for each summer following their selection as an Emma Bowen Foundation Fellow through their college graduation, gaining significant on-the-job training in their field and making connections with colleagues and mentors that last a lifetime. Our fellows graduate with invaluable work experience and a head-start in whichever career they choose.
We work to educate and place our students in all areas of the industry, and focus on three programming tracks - the Business of Media (Sales, Public Relations, Marketing, Human Resources, etc.), Content of Media (News Production, Broadcast Journalism, and Print Journalism), and Innovation of Media (Engineering, Software Development, Digital Marketing, Coding, etc.).
Alumni and Media Professionals (AMP)
The Emma Bowen Foundation's Alumni and Media Professionals "AMP" Network is a members-only networking group designed to give access to exciting job opportunities in the media, entertainment, and technology space through engaging events with Emma Bowen partner companies. AMP Network members will also have access to exclusive job postings and professional development programs. AMP is open to Emma Bowen alumni and select experienced media, entertainment, and technology professionals of color. AMP members represent some of the top talent in today’s media and tech industries, from correspondents and producers to social media gurus and engineers to media lawyers and human resources executives.
The Emma Bowen Scholars program engages high school students and college underclassmen in the media industry through educational programming that exposes and builds interest in the three media tracks (content, business, and innovation) and diverse career possibilities.
More information on the Scholars Program will be available in the summer of 2017.