Thank you for your interest in our Power 106 Internship Program. We are now accepting intern candidate cover letters and resumes for our 2017 Spring Intern Session through Friday, January 20, 2017. The Spring Intern Session begins the week of January 30th and ends the week of May 15th. Please include in your cover letter a little bit about yourself, what your career goal is, and why we should choose you as a Power 106 intern. Be sure to also include your availability Monday through Friday between the hours of 5am-midnight and Saturdays between 7pm-midnight, as it is very helpful. Interested candidates should email their cover letter and resume to Terri Dourian at no later than Friday, January 20th.

Please note that it is a mandatory requirement for all Power 106 interns to be enrolled in college and able to receive college credit for the internship as it is a non-paid, college credit only internship. Interns must be registered/enrolled for the appropriate college internship/work study course at their school and be able to receive the proper school credit in exchange for working intern hours per the California State Labor Laws. Please speak with your college career counselor to find out what class you need to register for in order to receive school credit for an internship. All hired station interns must submit an official verification letter from their college confirming the student is enrolled in the proper intern course and will receive credit for the internship within the first 2 weeks of the internship. We do not offer volunteer positions as we are not a non-profit organization. No exceptions will be made! Any questions can be sent to