Campus to Career – ViacomCBS Internship
Campus to Career has been hard at work identifying and recruiting interns. At an upcoming information session, students had an opportunity to gain more information on company culture and internship opportunities.
As a Research Intern, you will provide TV ratings, digital/social, consumer insights and market analyses to various teams within the network. In addition, you will assist with market analyses and support TV programming strategy.
Early Life and Education
Policymakers and community leaders must understand how experiences beginning before birth (even prenatally) impact learning capacity, behaviors and physical and mental health outcomes for future generations. This in-brief explores research behind early life education as a social determinant of health.
Miller talks in this episode of School’s In about how experiences children have during their childhoods have an effect throughout their lifetimes, and discusses his plans to “rethink” education by creating a map of life which allows more space for kids just being kids.
Campus & Early Career team was efficient in its virtual environment management throughout this past year, ensuring informational sessions aligned with western and eastern time zones and that interns had access to wellness activities like journaling sessions, fitness challenges and gratitude practice.
Entertainment Powerhouse with Iconic Brands like CBS, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, Paramount Pictures and BET as its cornerstone brands. CBS owns a significant share of U.S. Television Market with premium content. Furthermore, Pluto TV and CBS All Access provide online streaming services.
Interns should anticipate working in a collaborative and fast-paced environment focused on results. Our Campus and Early Career team is designed to meet students where they are, providing virtual opportunities with tailored interview preparation content for virtual opportunities with students from HBCUs, HSIs, and public universities.
Interns in this department help drive brand value and channel priorities by using cutting-edge research, data, integrated and partner marketing strategies. Interns are responsible for optimizing distribution opportunities from traditional (Comcast, DIRECTV etc) digital and emerging platforms.
Achievement and Honors
At a Campus to Career info session, representatives from ViacomCBS Annie McKee (Talent Acquisition) and Karla Melara (Campus to Career) discussed company culture and internship opportunities. ViacomCBS places great importance on finding talent while supporting employees to meet both personal and professional goals.
Emily Obermeyer, a cyber security intern at the company, described her internship experience as being “very hands on”. She noted there are thousands of accounts per show/movie/special/brand and her role is to collect these to protect them from hackers. Additionally, she assists other teams with vulnerability scans and works on various projects to secure the company. Ultimately, this experience has helped Emily decide what she wants to pursue after graduation.
This company boasts an expansive array of television and film production. Additionally, they own popular brands such as Nickelodeon, CBS Showtime Networks, Paramount Pictures and MTV which they produce and distribute content across traditional and digital platforms globally.
Applicants can work from any location in the world and are paid hourly without receiving college credit; additionally, they are required to pay taxes.
ViacomCBS’ Campus and Early Career Recruiting team has observed year after year how hard interns work – which can have significant personal consequences. As such, they have implemented a wellness pillar into the internship program, including wellness office hours, journaling sessions, fitness challenges and gratitude practice – activities they have seen have had positive results for interns’ lives and wellbeing.
Nickelodeon, CBS, Paramount Pictures, MTV Comedy Central and BET are among the company’s best-known brands. Each TV network and cable channel attracts millions of viewers; plus they produce films and digital media production.
ViacomCBS’ Campus to Career team serves as an early and future leadership talent pipeline, working closely with organizations that champion underrepresented groups such as Girls Who Code and T-Howard Foundation to identify early leadership talent. Furthermore, this team invests in relationships with HBCUs, HSIs, and public universities in an effort to develop lasting talent pools for future leadership opportunities.
Due to new streaming competitors, investors find it challenging to determine how much value to place on cable network stocks. A recent pullback has led some analysts, including MoffettNathanson analyst Michael Nathanson, to question if these stocks may be overvalued; other analysts however feel they may be undervalued and poised for growth over the near term.