The faculty of the Department of Communication and Cinematic Arts believe that internships are such a valuable and worthwhile opportunity, we require internships for all majors in order to graduate.

We also view internships as an important part of your academic journey, which is why we grant course credit for your internship. However, since an internship is a part of your academic journey, we expect the internship to be a genuine learning experience. As a result, some internship opportunities may not qualify as an internship for credit.

The department expects an internship to provide you an opportunity to apply what you have learned in your coursework to a “real-world” setting as well as provide you an opportunity to learn new skills and knowledge.

When you apply for an internship, you will be required to explain the learning opportunities that you anticipate will arise from your internship. If the internship director and/or the faculty are not convinced an internship will provide clear learning objectives, then the internship may be denied.

Recently, George Fox students have completed internships at the following businesses: 

Prepared Marketing

McMinnville Downtown Association

Bridal Bliss Wedding Planning

Imago Dei Ministries

Oregon Right to Life

Green T Music Production

Newberg Christian Church

SOMA Games

The Seminar Group

Providence Health Care

A-Dec Corporation

Providence Benedictine Foundation

Adorned in Grace Bridal Ministries

Central Oregon Youth for Christ

Documentary Now

Tronic Foundation

Bring it On Communications

Cambia Health Solutions

Mr. Holmes Bake House




What does NOT count as an Internship?

What are the Internship Prerequisites?

How Much Course Credit Can I Get For My Internship?

How do I Find an Internship?

Who can supervise my Internship?

How Do I Apply For An Internship?

For more information, contact Kevin T. Jones, the internship supervisor, at