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Multimedia A/V: Southwest Airlines Spring 2022 Internship

All students must apply online at 

This Spring Internship is
  • Part-time and virtual with an expectation of about 24 hrs per week (about 2.5-3 days a week) during normal business hours (8am-5pm CT) There is the ability to work up to 40hrs per week if applicable.
  • If selected, you will work with your Leader to determine your work schedule.
  • Students will still be expected to work Monday – Friday and maintain normal business hours.
  • Most teams maintain a hybrid workplace flexibility model with only a few days a week working at HDQ and therefore relocation to Dallas for the internship this Spring 2022 is not required, but opportunities to travel into HDQ on the company jets (Boeing 737’s of course) for training and meetings with your team are supported throughout the internship as needed or able.
Even with a virtual/hybrid model for the spring internships, the culture and connection with your Team is still a vital part of the experience. Trust us, it is sure to be a lot of fun no matter where you are located!
Interns will receive any needed equipment, such as a laptop, for the internship as well as a living stipend and internet stipend paid out one time on your first paycheck (less applicable taxes).
The Intern will support multimedia and audio/video productions within one of the following Teams:
  • Communications Department: Multimedia (A/V Production and Digital Broadcasting)Team
  • Southwest Airlines University: Multimedia (A/V) Team
Create, publish, and participate in video production. 
Attend Production meetings, writing, brainstorming, storyboarding, lighting, audio, videography, editing, compression, and publishing of videos.
Running and setup of teleprompter, standard grip work such as rolling cords, setting up tripods, stowing equipment, and maintaining batteries.
Log and capture archival videos into digital system.
Potential travel involved.
Basic Qualifications:
High School Diploma, GED or equivalent education required.
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Must have authorization to work in the United States as defined by the Immigration Reform Act of 1986.
Progress towards degree in Broadcast Communications; Radio, TV, Film; Graphic Design; Multimedia Design; Fine Arts; or equivalent required.
To be eligible, must be currently enrolled as a full-time student (minimum 12 credit hours).
Maintained 2.75 or above cumulative GPA.
Experience using Final Cut Pro and/or Adobe Premiere required.
Previous part time work experience or prior internship preferred.
Participation and experience in campus radio/TV station, and/or filmmakers club a plus.
Knowledge of Broadcast laws (i.e. copy writes) preferred.
Comfortable in front of or behind a camera.
Ability to meet deadlines and report hours of work on each project.
Working knowledge of Motion, Compressor, Color and other programs in Apple Final Cut Suite.
Highly skilled in Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, and Photoshop) is preferred.
Experience using a video and/or DSLR cameras, lighting, audio, and shot composition is preferred.
Writing for broadcast or broadcast news preferred.
Proficient in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
Team oriented.
Ability to collaborate on projects and use feedback to make improvement.
***Will be asked to provide sample of Multimedia work***
Time Commitment:
Part-time – 24-40 hours/week.
$18.00 per hour + flight privileges
All students must apply online at