Information Systems Internship

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Responsibilities: Responsible for assisting the IS Department with helpdesk activity, workstation configuration, software installations and system documentation. The intern will learn the overall operation of the Information Systems Department. He/She will assist the IS Manager and IS technical staff in diagnosing and solving problems and installing new systems and software. The individual will be working directly with employees to help resolve problems and must have good people skills.

Requirements: Undergraduate (junior/senior standing) or graduates attending an accredited University. Requires courses in networking, Microsoft Server and Operating Systems, and Office Suite. Programming skills are a plus.

Undergraduate (junior/senior standing) or graduate students attending an accredited college or university majoring in Broadcasting/Communications/Journalism or related field of study. Students must be able to obtain college credit for the internship experience (Internships are unpaid).

Equal Opportunity Employer

DURATION/HOURS: Must be able to work a minimum of 20 hours per week during a 13-18week period.

FALL (September – December) WINTER/SPRING (January – April) SUMMER (May – August)

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Attention: WGN-TV Human Resources Dept. Mail: 2501 W. Bradley Place, Chicago, IL 60618 Fax: (773) 528-1387 Apply On-line: Please go to, click on the Career Opportunities link then Job Search link and search for keyword “Information Systems Internship”.

* Interns are considered trainees and not employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1973.

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