Telemundo

TREASURE COAST – Telemundo is offering paid fellowships in Miami for Spanish speakers. The positions are 18-months long, full time, and designed to channel applicants into careers with Telemundo.

In addition to speaking fluent Spanish and English, applicants need to have some experience or education in media. Those with more education and experience are more likely to be chosen, as Telemundo is looking for high level talent committed to careers in television production.

The fellowship is part of the company’s new program to develop Spanish-language content producers. While the position does require some experience, Telemundo is specifically looking for people who are early in their career.

Participants are being invited from throughout the U.S., Mexico, and Columbia. Fellows will be rotated through various Telemundo productions.

Fellows who successfully complete the program will have the opportunity to apply for full-time positions at Telemundo.

“Our goal with this fellowship is to create a dedicated pipeline of future producers for Telemundo primetime content,” said Marcos Santana, President, Telemundo Global Studios. “The TGS Fellowship Program will foster, drive and inspire future producers to grow into a successful career in production in Spanish-language media.”

The program will be led by Telemundo producers and executives. The curriculum will cover business development, production, and distribution of Spanish-language television.

Each fellow will be paired with a current Telemundo employee who will share knowledge and offer guidance, including invitations to networking events.

Successful applicants must be able to work inside and outside in varying weather conditions, and must be willing to travel on weekends and with short notice.

For more information or to apply, visit https://tinyurl.com/y5gfbwao. To see other opportunities with Telemundo, visit www.nbcucareers, www.Telemundo.com, or connect with Telemundo on Facebook and Twitter.

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