MOVIEGUIDE® Internships


Looking for a great Internship?

Do you want to serve God, serve others and use your gifts and talents? God is calling extraordinary young people willing to be used by Him to redeem the values of the mass media of entertainment.

Through hands-on experience, you will receive the necessary tools to be an effective minister of the Gospel, develop a Christ-like character and understand the importance of servanthood.

There are many different types of internships, including: editorial, administration, fundraising, video production, computer graphics, website design, and so much more. We will work with your focus area and you will learn how to be effective in the Entertainment Industry within that focus.

“Every aspect of the Movieguide® internship program is positively enticing, from Movieguide®’s location, nestled in the scenic contours of Camarillo, CA, down to the wonderful and loving family that comprises Movieguide®’s staff.”

-Former Intern

“The Movieguide® internship was the greatest opportunity I’ve ever gotten. I learned so much about the media industry in a safe and biblical environment.”

-Former Intern


Internship Facts

  • Length of Internship: Duration 8-12 weeks. We are flexible with school schedules therefore do not set rigid start and finish dates.
  • Transportation: Los Angeles is very spread out, it is recommended to have a car.
  • Work Load: Student interns work 20-25 hours a week (occasionally more) at the Movieguide Offices.
  • Work Schedules: Interns work 3 days a week with occasional filming at night and weekends. Days can usually be arranged to accommodate schedule and are somewhat flexible.
  • Experience: Each month we will have a day to take you to a new site in Hollywood to help you submerse yourself. Interns learn how to improve writing and editing and how Interns may have the ability to attend a premiere or press junket.
  • Mentors: Interns have a mentor relationship with Dr. Ted Baehr, other Movieguide staff members and possible opportunities to create industry relationships. Interns meet with mentors in different fields to give them daily tasks. Dr. Ted Baehr outlines a recommended educational career path and student interns are encouraged to pursue college level classes.
  • Pay: Internships are unpaid and can count towards a college credit. Since the internship is part time, some interns do freelance work or get a part time job to assist with living cost.