We are looking for totally awesome interns for ThinkTalk. (If you think you might be totally awesome, but aren't sure ask Erika. She'll give you an honest opinion.) 

As an intern you will get experience behind the scenes of ThinkTalk programming and polish your communication and networking skills. Not only will you see what it takes to a make an educational TV show, you get to work with us—the brilliant and incredibly good-looking ThinkTalk staff! (not to mention humble)


  • Helping to shoot, edit and distribute ThinkTalk programming
  • Researching upcoming ThinkTalk guests and topics
  • Taking out the trash
  • Collecting student questions for interviews
  • Fetching drinks and acting as footstool for important guests
  • Writing blog posts about guests
  • Updating mailing lists and files
  • Running top-secret documents through paper shredder
  • Helping create ThinkTalk promotional videos


  • Must be enrolled as a student in an accredited university
  • Ability to commit to 8-15 hours/week
  • Interest in TV production, journalism, news, marketing or entertainment
  • Strong communication skills
  • Stellar sense of organization
  • Access to large amounts of cash and or gold bullion
  • Comfortable interacting with high-profile professionals
  • An incredible sense of humor and outgoing personality
  • Wacky individuals and coffeeholics are encouraged to apply

We are flexible and will work with your crazy class schedule. This is not a paid internship, but you will be more than compensated in praise and cookies (and we offer college credit, if you know, you're into that kinda thing).We're located in Washington DC, so if you aren't that could be a problem. But hey, shoot us an email; we're always hiring for campus reporters too!

This is a great opportunity to meet amazing professionals from a wide variety of fields. And not to brag, but we look great on a resume!

To find out how you can join the ThinkTalk team, contact us at FUN at ThinkTalk dot com or call 202.783.4360 (we promise not to screen your call). 

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