Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Our Mission
Our History
WTTW Local Productions
WTTW National Productions
Our Sponsors
Management & Board
Financial Information
Community Advisory Board
Contact Us

Employment at WTTW11, Chicago's Public Media

Employment at WTTW - Public Media Chicago

POSITION: WTTW11 Membership Marketing Internship

Are you a college student looking for an internship with a marketing focus?


Membership Marketing Department

General Information

  • The Membership Marketing department offers internships year-round on a rolling basis. Length of internship and hours per week are negotiable though we prefer interns who can be available for the majority of a 9am-5pm business day on a combination of weekdays (M/W/F or T/Th).
  • Interns should stay for the length of a semester or summer.
  • This is an unpaid internship. WTTW will work with schools for student interns receiving credit, but receiving credit is not required.
  • Eligible candidates must be an undergraduate student, graduate student, or have graduated from an accredited college or university within 12 months of beginning this internship.
  • Interns are assigned an internship coordinator who will work with the selected candidate to establish learning objectives to develop skills in chosen area.


Students or recent graduates of any major are encouraged to apply. Must have Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) skills. Must be able to work independently and persistently on intern projects. Excellent organization and communications skills are also necessary.


The Marketing Intern will assist membership marketing staff with projects to support the organization. Some examples of this project work include:

  • Coordinating of multi-platform Sweepstakes promotional campaign
  • Researching, collecting contact information and soliciting potential campaign partner/donor leads
  • Researching a particular topic or focus area of the department
  • Supporting social media and promotion efforts
  • Supporting the work of membership and direct response marketing campaign managers
  • Assisting in other department duties as assigned

Application Process

Interested candidates should email their resume and cover letter expressing their qualifications and interest in the internship to: jobs@wttw.com. Please reference "Membership Marketing Internship" in the subject line of all correspondence to ensure proper routing.

Candidates may also fax their resume to (773) 509-5309 or mail to:

Window to the World Communications, Inc.
Attn: Membership Marketing Internship Coordinator

5400 North St. Louis Avenue

Chicago, Illinois 60625

Candidates who are believed to be a good match will then be invited to complete an application and come in for an interview.

Golden Apple Awards Internshipft_musichostft_engineerinchargeintern_wfmt_website-productionWFMT Relevant Tones Internshipintern_broadcast_trafficintern_licensing_2007intern_membership_marketingintern_Introductions_WFMTWFMT_Development_InternWFMT_Communications and Development_InternWFMT_Lyric_ InternChicago-area architecture and history with Geoffrey BaerChicago Tonight internshipWFMT Manager, Traffic RadioWTTW Assistant ProducerWTTW Associate ProducerFoundations ManagerDevelopment AssistantDevelopment CoordinatorSystems Support SpecialistWFMT Radio Network Project ManagerChief Engineer, WFMTSales and Operations CoordinatorAssignments Manager, Chicago TonightDigital Content Editor, Chicago TonightCommunity Engagement DirectorDirector of Development, Imagining MoreWFMT Production AssistantDirector, Foundation and Corporate RelationsDirector, On-Air FundraisingFoundations ManagerAssociate Director of DevelopmentPledge fundraising internshipSummer Fundraising InternshipContact UsSite MapPressroomWTTW Digital ArchivesProduction ServicesCorporate SponsorshipHomeSchedulesProgramsWTTW KidsWTTW ArtsWTTW EventsSupport WTTWAbout UsMembers OnlyGeoffrey Baer Tours - Seven Wonders of ChicagoArchitect Robert A.M. Stern: Presence of the PastArchitect Michael Graves: A Grand TourArchitect Thomas Beeby10 Buildings that Changed AmericaCatholicismProhibitionAmerican Graduate