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Internships & ​​​Early Careers
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WarnerMedia is a powerful portfolio of iconic entertainment, news, and sports brands and franchises that are household names you know and love — HBO, HBO Max, Warner Bros., TNT, TBS, truTV, CNN, DC, Cartoon Network, and Adult Swim, just to name a few. We bring people, technology, and the world’s best storytellers together to drive culture and meaningful connection.  Our global organization is proud to recruit and support early career talent from around the world! 
Our paid internships aren’t your run-of-the-mill programs. When you join us, you’ll work with the best talent in the industry gaining unparalleled experience in a variety of business units. You’ll have the chance to share your diverse voice and perspective to help grow our business, content and culture of innovation. If all that isn’t enough, you’ll have opportunities to grow your network and make lasting connections.
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Warner Bros. awards Honorships, internship-scholarship packages, to graduating high school seniors passionate about the business of entertainment.
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​​​​​​Submit application & upload necessary docs (e.g. resume)
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If you fit the criteria, we will reach out to set up some time to learn more about your skillset & interests
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The recruiter will reach out to the chosen candidate to extend the offer. Offers are contingent upon successful completion of a background check.


Kennedy Benjamin
"Through my internship at CNN, my superior supervisor (who I now consider to be a lifelong mentor) and colleagues, I have improved on and developed a plethora of skills which can be transferred to not only future opportunities, but life! I couldn’t imagine having a better supervisor during this experience. She believed in me, included me in several projects to gain insight within the department, and also pushed me to learn about the entire company by shadowing and scheduling virtual coffee dates with employees. I am leaving this internship with a greater appreciation for CNN, the company I always dreamed of working with, and the hardworking people that strive to build and maintain its importance. I will cherish every moment, take every skill, and continue to build every connection I’ve made into my future endeavors."
Kennedy Benjamin,
CNN Creative Marketing
Samuel Johnson
​​​​​"The thing I enjoyed most about my internship is playing a part in the movie business. Being able to work on titles that I’ll see on the screen is really fun and makes my work personally very rewarding. Despite wishing I was on the studio lot this summer, my virtual internship has gone very well. I was able to quickly adjust to logistical challenges that come with working from home and complete work that I feel is valuable and useful for my team and the company. The highlight of my time working at Warner Bros. was being able to talk to and virtually meet so many talented, passionate, and giving people. Employees here are proud of their work and very willing to help and give their time for an intern like myself.” 
Samuel Johnson,
WB International & Operations Planning
Ethan Conklin
"My favorite part of the internship this summer was the high-level exposure I received through my department workshops, team meetings, and the Executive Speaker Series. We had an amazing level of access to high-level executives which led to many beneficial takeaways and some great career advice. I also found the Making Moves that Matter career workshop to be extremely useful, as I am heading into my senior year and am beginning to look into turning my past experiences into full-time opportunities. I cannot wait to see how my experience this summer, and the advice I have received, will impact the start of my professional career."
Ethan Conklin,
Turner Sports Ad Sales
Rebecca Dolphin
"I chose to do an apprenticeship because I believed it would give me both insight into the working world and practical experience, all whilst allowing me to study and work towards a qualification. My favourite part of my job is getting to attend Careers Fairs and Events to promote our Early Careers opportunities, I love being able to speak about my experience and meet potential new recruits. I have also really enjoyed running virtual assessment centres for our 2021/22 cohorts, it’s been such an interesting way to network and to learn about the different teams in the company."

Rebecca Dolphin,
WB HR & Talent Acquisition
London, UK


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"I started my T3 role with Turner Sports right after graduating college, hoping to gain valuable experience in the sports industry and in a field I was especially interested in. This opportunity gave me that, and so much more. I was able to apply both my analytical skills and love for sports to ongoing projects, and at the same time was encouraged to offer any different perspectives and new ideas. My opinion was valued. My boss constantly looked for areas that would help me grow and introduced me to different concentrations of the company to increase my visibility. I’m grateful to now be an Analyst on the team, and am convinced it was because this role along with my team members put me in a position to succeed."
George Schmitt,
Sr. Research Analyst, Data Strategy & Insights
New York, NY
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"Starting as an intern in 2017 and later a T3 in 2018, I believe that my willingness to learn, hustling through busy seasons, and having people in my corner have tremendously helped me in my path to becoming an editor. A big piece of advice I can offer those pursuing early career opportunities is to be a student of the game. Much of my experience has come from learning on the job. Don't be afraid to ask colleagues for help or to ask for feedback; it is the main way you will grow in your career. If there is something that interests you, delve into it and find a way to apply it to your work; this will bring fresh ideas and a fresh perspective that will make you and your team stronger. Another bit of advice: get to know the people that make up this company, no matter the department. So many have spoken up for me in rooms that I did not frequent, have introduced me to future colleagues, or have taken a chance on me in general. There are so many people at WarnerMedia that I could name that have helped me in my four years. Thanks to them, I am eager to continue to grow in my role and to help others make their starts here."
Chloe Harrison,
Editor, Sports & Creative Services
Atlanta, GA
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"The T3 program at WarnerMedia provided me with the amazing opportunity to gain hands-on experience with some of WarnerMedia’s biggest brands, such as TNT, NBA TV and Cartoon Network. It was the perfect bridge between college and working full-time in the industry, and this role gave me the time and space to learn from veteran editors and producers, as well as grow and showcase my creative skills. Today as an editor with TNT, I can confidently say that being a T3 helped me build a solid basis for my career, and it’s the foundation I’ll continue to build on for years to come."
Nick Williams,
Editor, TNT / Creative Services
Atlanta, GA


See why our interns and early careers professionals are excited to work for WarnerMedia
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