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PBS SoCal is seeking current college juniors, college seniors, or recent college graduate students who are interested in gaining valuable experience in the early learning programming with a focus on STEM and Literacy.

The early learning intern will work primarily with the early learning manager to support the administrative support of our early learning projects such as parent workshops and educator training. The early learning intern will also assist with communication of PBS SoCal’s education events, activities, and materials through media outlets (i.e., social media, e-newsletters, blog, etc.). Also, the intern will learn how to respond to inquiries, conduct daily business, and represent the station with a highly professional and personable demeanor at all times. Assist with PBS SoCal programmatic and educational initiatives as needed. The early learning intern will also work closely with other members of the Education Program team to help with other activities within the organization.

General Requirements

  • Must be enrolled in an accredited college or university and qualify for class credit to be eligible.  Juniors, seniors and recent graduates preferred.
  • Basic understanding of early learning and or education outreach and program, strong research and writing skills are preferred. Strong organizational and time-management skills. Familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel. Independent, highly organized and detail-oriented. Energetic, hard-working and enthusiastic team player.
  • Must be willing to travel around Los Angeles and Orange County.
  • 16 hours per week are recommended (2 – 8 hour days). Most schedules are flexible.
  • No guarantee of employment is implied through acceptance in our intern program.

To apply, please download and complete our application from

Send completed application, resume and cover letter in PDF format to Applications must include resume and cover letter.

Public Media Group of Southern California

The Public Media Group of Southern California (PMGSC) tells stories that matter through original programs that reflect the diversity of the region, and the full schedule of trusted PBS programs. Our content channels – PBS SoCal, KCET and Link TV – are available for free on internet-connected screens, seven local broadcast channels, and one national satellite channel.

A donor-supported community institution, PMGSC sparks the sharing of ideas at in-person cultural events and community conversations, and delivers social impact through services that prepare our most vulnerable children for school.