Warner Bros. Reach Honorships, internship-scholarship packages, will be awarded to four graduating high school seniors from Burbank and L.A. County high schools who are passionate about the business of entertainment.
Deadline to apply is by 5 pm, March 1, 2017. Short-listed applicants will be asked to complete a brief interview prior to the final decision. The winners will be notified in April.
The Honorships include a scholarship and four full-time paid internships at the company during four consecutive summers while enrolled in college beginning with the summer immediately following high school graduation. Successful Reach program graduates will be eligible for full-time positions at Warner Bros.The Honorship recipient will be contacted by Warner Bros. each spring to determine which department or area of the Studio would most suit him/her during the upcoming summer.
Each cash scholarship will be for $5,000, disbursed annually in equal amounts of $1,250 over four years. Applicants must have (1) a passion for a career in the business of entertainment; (2) effective verbal and written communication skills; and (3) a minimum GPA of 3.0 upon graduation. The funds may only be used toward the tuition and related expenses of an accredited four-year college or university. Disbursement of funds will be made directly to the school once the Honorship winner is enrolled and annually thereafter for three years, provided a GPA of 3.0 is maintained. Careers in the business realm of the entertainment industry range from traditional business functions, such as finance, human resources, operations, marketing, and communications, to more technical or creative roles such as post-production and sound editing.
For more information, please e-mail Reach@WarnerBros.com.
For students interested in animation, check out their Animation Honorship.
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