Connecticut Film & Digital Media Workforce :: FITP INTERNSHIP PROGRAM :: PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Film Industry Training Program (FITP) provides graduate trainees with the opportunity to intern on non-union and union productions shooting in Connecticut. Certified FITP graduates who have successfully completed the summer intensive program may apply for internships to work alongside producers, production managers, production office coordinators, department heads and crew members on projects shooting within the state. The purpose of the FITP Internship Program is to provide advanced learning opportunities through practical experience and to help strengthen the skill set of Connecticut’s industry workforce. Internships depend entirely upon the cooperation of participating productions and may take place throughout the year. Intern salaries are subsidized by the state and there is no financial commitment required from producers. Certified graduates may apply for internships regardless of the year of their summer FITP program attendance.
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How to Apply | Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation The application period for Summer 2014 is now closed. Applicants will be notified of their status via email in early May. NEW CATEGORIES THIS YEAR: MEDIA RESEARCH and PROGRAM PLANNING AND SCHEDULING! Required Materials for BOTH Upload and Hard Copy Mail: Cover page including: name e-mail address cell phone college or university and expected graduation date status: freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student major/minor & GPA number and title of category for which you are applying (see complete list of category descriptions for the Internship Program - if applicable, specify genre) gender & ethnicity form (optional) Professional Statement of 300-400 words discussing the specific reasons for your choice of category and your professional objectives. Required Materials for Hard Copy Mail ONLY: Two letters of recommendation addressed to the Internship Committee (at least one must be from an academic and on the institution's letterhead). MATERIALS WILL NOT BE RETURNED.
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