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Career Opportunities

Welcome to KCETLink's Human Resources Department. We appreciate you visiting us. You will find our job openings to be exciting, challenging and very rewarding! In addition, KCETLink has an excellent internship program and a great volunteer center.

Please refer to the Jobs or Internships sections to see a listing of all available positions. Please note, all job and internship postings are updated as they become available and will remain on the web until filled.

KCETLink is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage women, minorities, persons with disabilities and veterans to apply.

Job Opportunities

Internship Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Due to the large quantity of resumes and applications received, only applicants who appear to be a match will be contacted. Please do not call for status of your application. Be assured that your application and/or resume will remain active in our files for one year. You may also continue to visit our website periodically for available job opportunities. Thank you for your interest in KCETLink.

 


Job Opportunities

There are currently no positions open.

KCETLink is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage women, minorities, persons with disabilities and veterans to apply.

To apply for an open position, please submit your cover letter along with your resume.

By Email: hr@kcet.org

By Fax: (747) 201-5872

By Mail: 
KCETLink - Human Resources Department
2900 West Alameda Ave., Suite 500
Burbank, CA 91505

 


Internship Opportunities

KCETLink offers college credit, unpaid internships, year-round. We are looking for exceptional college students from various multi-discipline majors who have a desire to have first-hand experience in their related field of study in a professional environment.

Currently, we have the following internship openings available:

Digital: KCETLink is currently seeking an energetic web development intern with skills in HTML/CSS, Javascript, and Git. Sass, Drupal, and other web technologies are a plus. Must be willing to learn and be self-motivated for assigned projects.

General Requirements for Internships

  • Must be enrolled in an accredited college or university.
  • Open to undergrad and graduate students.
  • If selected, proof of enrollment in a college/university internship program must be provided to the KCETLink Internship Coordinator prior to the student's first day of their assigned internship.
  • Must be able to commit to a 15-20 hour a week schedule to an assigned internship between the hours of 9AM - 6PM, Mondays - Fridays (no weekends).

Be a part of public media: Be Inspired! Get first-hand experience!

Applying is easy! Just submit your cover letter and resume:

By Email: hr@kcet.org

By Fax: 747.201.5689

By Mail:
KCETLink - Human Resources
ATTN: Internship Coordinator
2900 West Alameda Ave.
Burbank, CA 91505

Please indicate:

  • Internship(s) for which you're interested in gaining experience.
  • Quarter/Semester you're applying for.
  • Days and hours of availability.
  • List any special accommodations or requirements.

 


Volunteer Opportunities

"Contributions from Viewers like you" doesn't just apply to your pledges! If you have some spare time to volunteer, we welcome you on board! To submit your application please follow the steps below:

STEP ONE

Download KCET Volunteer Application

STEP TWO

Send via Fax: 747.201.5876
or
via Email: member@pbssocal.org
or
via Mail:
KCETLink Community Outreach
ATTN: Volunteer Program
2900 West Alameda Ave.
Burbank, CA 91505

STEP THREE 
Enjoy helping KCET meet its vital role as a cultural and educational leader in Southern and Central California.

Volunteer assignments may include: 

  • Participate in KCET Pledge drives 
  • Assist in fundraising and special events 
  • Join a team of volunteers doing mailings 
  • Provide administrative help 
  • Help with Membership Activities

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