Vision Maker Media is pleased to offer paid multimedia public television internships to undergraduate or graduate students. With major funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), the purpose of the paid internship is to increase the opportunities for American Indian and Alaska Native youth in public broadcasting. Interns can locate throughout the United States at the Public Television station—or at Vision Maker Media in Lincoln, Nebraska!

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Vision Maker Media exists to serve Native producers and Indian country in partnership with public television and radio. Vision Maker Media works with Native producers to develop, produce and distribute educational telecommunications programs for all media including public television and public radio. Vision Maker Media supports training to increase the number of American Indians and Alaska Natives producing quality public broadcasting programs, which includes advocacy efforts promoting increased control and use of information technologies and the policies to support this control by American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities has a paid college internship position open with their IT section in Fairbanks. Get some experience, get paid $17-$21 and work with some completely excellent people. Deadline Jan. 27. More info here:

Senator Dan Sullivan is looking for exceptional students and recent graduates to join his team in Washington, D.C. Many of today’s best and brightest political minds began their careers in public service as interns in public relations, news organizations, and on congressional staffs, both in Alaska and the nation’s capital.

Successful candidates will receive a stipend during their internship. To learn more about this exciting opportunity to work in Senator Sullivan’s Washington, D.C. office visit or call the office at 907.271.5915. To apply, please email a current resume, cover letter, and at least one letter of recommendation to the Internship Coordinator at


Senator Dan Sullivan’s Internship Description.pdf

Senator Sullivan’s Internship Program.pdf

Fall internship opportunity – Intern will gain exposure to the overall operations of Alaska Permanent Capital Management and work with the firm’s staff on projects relating to marketing, deliverables to the client, and investment management projects.

The Indigenous Intern’s Guide to Washington, D.C. includes advice, a map of Native organizations, a listing of other D.C. Native intern programs, and information about free events throughout the summer.

The Guide is a resource for Native youth who come to Washington, D.C. for internships, conferences, or to meet with their elected officials. The Guide will be updated annually and provide the most recent ways to network and get involved while in D.C.

Click Here to Access the Intern Guide

Doyon, Limited continues to seek applicants for a diverse range of paid summer internship positions in the Fairbanks office. Specifically for Doyon shareholders, the strategically designed internship program opens a window into the operations of the Doyon Family of Companies, allowing interns to explore how a career with Doyon might support their life goals. Doyon is proud to have many current full-time employees that previously participated in the program.

Current internship opportunities include:

Administration intern: The Doyon administrative intern will report to the executive assistant to the president/CEO, and provide administrative support to Doyon staff and senior managers as needed. This internship is a great opportunity for someone who wants to gain basic office skills and experience working in a fast-paced corporate setting.

Communications intern: The communications intern will report to the vice president of communications. The intern will work on projects such as creating monthly shareholder newsletter articles, managing the employee intranet, creating corporate advertisements and marketing materials, and assisting as needed to achieve communications goals. A student pursuing a degree in marketing, communications or public relations, and who has Adobe Photoshop and InDesign experience, is preferred.

Get Out the Native Vote (GOTNV) intern: The GOTNV intern will report to the village outreach liaison, and work with Tanana Chiefs Conference and Fairbanks Native Association partner staff to plan, coordinate and manage GOTNV events. The intern will prepare articles and website and social media content, and assist in designing GOTNV marketing materials. This internship is a great opportunity for someone who is campaign-driven and interested in supporting a bi-partisan effort.

IT intern: The Doyon IT intern will report to the IT network administrator. The intern will provide overall assistance and support to the IT department.

These internship opportunities require applicants to be a Doyon shareholder, be a college sophomore or higher, be in good standing, and have a minimum 3.0 GPA.

More opportunities may open in various Doyon companies between now and May 2019. Additional opportunities will be posted in the employment section of the Doyon website.

To view the full job descriptions of the current openings and to apply, visit For more information about the internship opportunities, contact shareholder outreach at 459-2085 (in Fairbanks), 1-888-478-4755 (toll-free) or

The CIRI Foundation Education Resources handbook contains information from selecting a school to finding an internship. It also includes hundreds of scholarship opportunities across many disciplines- the focus is on Native students, so you do not need to be affiliated with CIRI to benefit from this book.

Click HERE to download your copy now!


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