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My name is Ashley, I'm from Newark, NJ and I'm a Sophomore at Saint Peter's University in Jersey City.
I am communication major and I heard about this intern opportunity on the radio. I got excited because you don't usually hear radio shows promoting intern opportunities on air.
Yes! I would love to intern for CarribbeanFever. I've never worked at such an established place such as WBLS, but this opportunity will definitely be life changing for me. I'm humble and hardworking and I know I could be a great asset to your radio show. Simply because I can get the job done, while keeping smiles on everyone's face. Unless, they are a mean boss.. Even then, I would smile .
Thank you for posting this opportunity,
My name is Tessa, I will get straight to the point. Here are the reason why I should be chosen as an intern for Caribbean Fever, #1 I'm friendly, people person a team player. I come from a promoter background in the music industry, I have skills such as : organize, I take notes, willing to learn, freelance photography, graphic design, video editing also great at taking instruction with Hip Hop all music genres in my blood and will follow through. Social media savy, willing to travel and most of all I'm from Haiti and I believe I can bring an extra flavor to Caribbean Fever and oh! Did I mentioned I have a clean NYC driver's license. Thanks for the opportunity and I look forward on meeting the rest of the team.
Greetings Dahved, I am a student at the Institute of Audio Research (IAR). I am very interested in interning at Caribbean Fever where I can gain knowledge, insights and experience that would help enhance my skill-sets and enable me to achieve my aspired goal to become a member of the WBLS family. Please consider me for such position. Thank you for your attention, consideration and for providing this golden opportunity. I look forward to this learning experience. Enjoy your day.
I would love to be a part of the WBLS family as an intern for your show in the near future. I am a recent graduate from the University at Buffalo class of 2014, with a concentration in Communications. I have interned for several radio stations during my senior year including WBLK and WUFO. I look forward to working with you.
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I would LOVE to intern with CaribbeanFever.
My name is Novlette Harris and I am a Rutgers University class of 2014 graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Media Studies. Interning for Caribbean Fever with Dahved Levy has always been something that I was interested in, as the show is one of the main radio programs that I’ve grown up on. Growing up as a Jamaican-American, I’ve always been connected to my culture, and programs such as Caribbean Fever helps us Caribbeans to do just that. I would be honored to be a part of something that gives the many Caribbean-Americans in the tri-state area a taste of home every week.
During my time at Rutgers, I’ve gained lots of video shooting/editing as well as newswriting experience through various coursework provided. For extracurricular activities, I served as the President on the Executive board of the West Indian Student Organization at Rutgers which is the largest student run Caribbean organization in the state of New Jersey, which hosts numerous events throughout the year, included the largest event at Rutgers, “Caribbean Day”, where about 2,500 people attend each year. I have also worked as a DJ for the university’s radio station “RLC-WVPH 90.3 The Core”, and hosted a weekly show where I developed playlists and interviewed upcoming musical talent. I have also interned for Emmis Communications NY in the Promotions department at WQHT Hot 97FM, and I’ve learned much about mainstream live media during my time there.
The opportunity would provide a perfect mesh of my two passions, working within the media industry, and my love and admiration for Caribbean culture. I am a very diligent worker, and can get tasks done efficiently. I have excellent leadership qualities, and love working with other people. I believe WBLS would be the best company to work with to broaden my knowledge of the Broadcast and Media field, and begin my career.
I look forward to hearing from you and discussing my qualifications in further detail.
My name is Dyandra Morris, a Howard University c/o 2013 Broadcast Journalism graduate.
During my time at Howard I interned at Sirius XM (music programming operations intern), WTOP 103.5 FM (web intern), WHBC 830 AM (I was an announcer for the school's morning radio show) Bookman Express (upcoming Jamaican author) and I was a contributing writer for the school's newspaper, The Hilltop. Being of Trini-Vinci descent, I served as a member of Howard University Caribbean Student Association, International Pals and devoted my time and assistance in the International Student Service Department. Currently I intern for a music news site, Zumic Entertainment, and for Hott 93.5 FM (Trinidad, W.I.) as an entertainment reporter for DJ Ultra Simmo on Sunday evenings.
Growing up in a Caribbean household in Brooklyn, N.Y. I would always listen to the Dahved Levy show with Ann Trip as I was getting ready for school. From then, I grew a love and appreciation for Caribbean culture and music. With my educational career/communications background mixed with my Caribbean upbringing, I am for certain that my future is within the Caribbean based radio industry. With my drive and passion for my culture and wanting to gain valuable experience from an icon as yourself (Dahved Levy) I know that I would be an amazing intern.
I do look forward to hearing from a Caribbean Fever / WBLS employee at their earliest convenience.
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