Deadline: rolling basis | Apply here
Eligibility: students currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate program
Duration: Interns during the academic year typically work 16 to 24 hours per week for 8 to 14 weeks.
Interns during the summer typically work 24 to 40 hours per week with a minimum of 8 weeks.
Location: Los Angeles, The United States
Interning at Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. prides itself on providing meaningful experiences for its interns. You won’t be fetching coffee there unless it’s for yourself.
You’ll gain knowledge about the industry while contributing hands-on work to your department. You’ll get the opportunity to ask questions of senior leaders about their thoughts on the company business, but most likely, they’ll turn the tables and ask you about yours. Warner Bros values your insights and your ideas. Like they said, “We love our interns.”
Positions are posted to the Warner Bros. Careers site for candidates to review and apply.
- Positions for Summer are posted in February/March
- Positions for Fall are posted in August/September
- Positions for Spring are posted in December/January
Applications are reviewed and evaluated against the job requirements of the internship to which the applicant applies as well to all other open internship positions that may be a good fit. Candidates will be asked to upload a copy of their resume, college transcripts and a letter of recommendation.
Candidates who match the criteria and requirements will be contacted to schedule a phone interview. A phone interview is conducted to learn more about an applicant’s background and relevant experience, as well as their availability.
Candidates who are selected to continue in the interview process may be invited in to meet with the recruiter and the hiring manager. Out of town candidates may be interviewed on the phone or via Skype.
Once the interviews have been completed, the recruiter will inform the final candidate that they have been chosen for the position. The recruiter will walk the final candidate through the steps of the hiring process.
Warner Bros. requires a background check to be completed for all interns. The background check verifies current enrollment in a college or university and criminal record.
Warner Bros. has internship opportunities available in marketing, social media, publicity, creative development, business development, finance, digital media, media research and more.
All internships are for students currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate program. The day-to-day tasks assigned to an intern will depend on the department and the projects or products currently in development.
The company is open to hiring all majors, but our most rapidly growing areas are digital/new media and video games. The company also has many opportunities throughout the company in finance and accounting, marketing and publicity.
Other relevant majors include business administration, law, communications, animation, production/development, film and critical studies.