May 12, 2021
Internships can be a great entry point for high school and college students to work as creatives, especially in the film industry. Phil Cooke https://philcooke.com outlines best practices for making an internship work to advance your career in Hollywood or the city of your choice.
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*More About This Episode* Internships for Creatives
As entry points into the film industry or other creative career, the experience you can gain as an intern can be critically important for your career. If you’re considering an internship, here’s eight points to keep in mind: