Internships and practicums provide students with an opportunity to apply skills learned in the classroom, to build a network of professional contacts, and to begin the transition from student to professional.Undergraduate and graduate students have a wide variety of programs and program locations from which to choose. To learn more about internships and practicum opportunities, visit the individual school internship sites.
School of Journalism and Electronic Media
WUTK– On air since 1982, WUTK is a non-profit radio station operating out of the Communications Building. Locally, it airs on 90.3 FM.
The Volunteer Channel – The Volunteer Channel is the university’s student-run television station, reaching 7,000 UT students in residence halls and 100,000 residents in the Knoxville area via Xfinity.
Tennessee Journalist – Since 2006, TNJN has been the news website of the School of Journalism and Electronic Media. Day-to-day content and operation decisions are made by a student staff appointed by the faculty, and content is additionally provided by students in certain courses.
Scoop – The print magazine of the School of Journalism and Electronic Media is published at the end of the fall and spring semesters.
Land Grant Films – Founded by Associate Professor Nick Geidner, Land Grant Films gives students real-world experience in documentary storytelling while providing local non-profit organizations with videos assets that can be used to raise awareness and funds.
University Student Media
The Daily Beacon – The independent campus newspaper has been published since 1906.
Phoenix – Since 1959, the Phoenix has served as the literary arts magazine of campus, publishing an issue during the fall and spring semesters.
Lumos Production Services – Through the Office of Student Media, this team of students produces video content for advertising partners, campus partners, and new clients.