Queen Creek Chamber seeking interns with interest in journalism, video production

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Posted 5/25/20

Looking for something fun to do this summer? The Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce is seeking high-school interns who have an interest in journalism, film or video production.

The internship would …

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Queen Creek Chamber seeking interns with interest in journalism, video production

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Looking for something fun to do this summer? The Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce is seeking high-school interns who have an interest in journalism, film or video production.

The internship would begin on June 1 and end on July 15. Applicants must be 16 or older, and CTE class experience is preferred, according to a release.

Students will conduct interviews with local business owners and create career-exploration videos that will be viewed by other students. The videos are being developed as part of QC Works, the chamber’s workforce development program.

Contact Kim at 480-888-1709 or kim@queencreekchamber.com for additional questions or to schedule an interview.

The Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce, 22246 S Ellsworth Road, is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization that promotes, develops and retains area businesses that enhance economic development and further the goals of the community. Go to queencreekchamber.com.

The Queen Creek Chamber Education Committee supports educational efforts of local school districts by partnering with local businesses and industries to strengthen the workforce readiness of youth in our community, the release states.

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