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CNN Now Accepting Applications For Student Internship

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CNN is now accepting applicants for its student internship program. Students taking courses related to the media industry are encouraged to apply. As interns, they will be assigned tasks that are in line with their field. The experience they get from the on-the-job training will give them knowledge and skills that will add to their qualifications when they look for a job after graduation.

Currently, CNN offices in the United States and in London are looking for bright, talented, committed and  and eager to learn students.The  interns are given roles in the company's daily operation. They are trained in all tasks relevant to their course.Student interns do sports broadcast, news desk, cuurent affairs programme, CNNI production, and interview content. Those with digital skills are accepted to do tasks in line with their course, according to Internship.com.

Student interns from CNN will enjoy several benefits.They will gain hands-on-experience that will help them perform their tasks well. They will have an edge over other applicants when looking for jobs.Some interns who have completed the program can be hired by CNN right away. In addition, interns in the company receive hourly pay, according to Glassdoor.

In order to qualify for the internship program of CNN,applicants must love the company brand. In addition, they must have passion for whatever task is assigned to them.They should know the  mission of the company, which is  to always provide original content, according to Cosmopolitan.

An internship in CNN is one way of getting first-hand experience in one's chosen career. It also increases one's chance of getting a job without spending long time job hunting. It will open doors to better opportunities and perhaps to a job in the company right after graduation.

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