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WFDD's growing education programs are part of the station's vision of a deeper engagement with the community, including the regional student population.
WFDD has a college level internship program, in cooperation with Triad area colleges and universities. The goal of the internship program is to provide practical experience in the radio broadcasting and nonprofit industry, and to teach skills that can only be learned on the job.
Students may apply for one or more of the following areas:
- Membership and Individual Giving
- Operations and Production
- Marketing and Community Outreach
- Social Media
Each intern will be expected to work throughout the duration of the semester. On average, interns are expected to work 15-20 hours a week during normal business hours. Some weekend and evening work may be required. Business casual attire and professional conduct are expected at all times.
If you have questions about our education initiative, please email WFDD's Greg Keener or contact him by phone at 336-758-3395. You can download full descriptions of each internship track, as well as a WFDD Internship Application, below.
In addition to our college internships, WFDD also offers these education programs: