Updated: Apr 9, 2021
You're in luck! The application window for our Internship Summer Semester is officially open. (March 1 - March 26)
The Internship Program
Logic Film Company’s Internship Program offers a filmmaking internship for those interested in making a career in the industry or anyone who wants to add something fun and unique to their resume. Through the program, interns learn various aspects of videography, handling business, and running social media accounts. We are proud to offer an internship program completely free of charge to those interested in gaining hands-on experience on a film set.
The Summer Semester
We are proud to announce that Logic Films has partnered with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kern County Summer Jobs Program, making our summer semester paid! With the help of the Club, we are able to provide a more rigorous and in-depth program to help our interns grow to their full potential in production, marketing, and public relations. The summer semester will require 20 hours a week from each intern, with Fridays dedicated to building resumes and other workforce development training provided by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kern County.
To apply for our program, visit www.logicfilmcompany.com/internship and fill out the form attached -- be sure to view the FAQ section for further information! If you have any additional questions, please email our Internship Supervisor, Mac Medeiros, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An Inside Look From Our Interns
"Joining Logic Film Company has given me an outlet to express a creative side of me I had never explored before! It has helped me discover my passion for videography I didn’t even know I had!” - Giselle Alaniz
“Initially my perception of my role as a student intern at Logic Film Company was that I would be a background participant, conquering basic tasks, however, I was pleasantly surprised at the leadership roles I was granted and trusted to complete.” - Jack Bellue
“I love the Internship because you are part of a team that allows you to use your creative ideas through social media and on-set experiences. Everyone is very encouraging, and I learn something new every time.” - Hannah Lawson