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Job Description: INTERN

Looking for driven, qualified college-level interns to supplement the veteran-based staff of KPUG 1170AM – The Sports Leader. If you are interested in learning more about on-air work, music, promotions, marketing, or production, apply immediately! These internships fill quickly, especially with students needing work experience to qualify for graduation. Successful candidates will work directly with the program and promotions directors, and will be required to complete a number of different types of tasks. You may be required to do some minor lifting and set-up of promotional rigging for remote broadcasts and events.

These are non-paid positions, but we provide assistance with accredation through participating schools and programs in the state of Washington.

Please send your letters of interest and inquiry to:

KPUG Internship Director
2219 Yew Street Road
Bellingham, WA 98229

No calls please. KPUG 1170AM, Cascade Radio Group, and Saga Communications are Equal Opportunity Employers. Women and minorities strongly encouraged to apply.

Contact Email:
scotty@cascaderadiogroup.com


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