Summer Internship Program Guide

About Screen Engine/ASI

Screen Engine/ASI is one of the top three data acquisition and analytics companies serving the international entertainment industry. SE/ASI conducts movie test screenings, creative advertising testing, in-theater exit polling, television program and promo testing, content lifecycle research, pre-release tracking of movie, TV & home entertainment titles, and a variety of digital entertainment research products through online, central site, and in-field intercept methods.

SE/ASI is a full-service research and information agency and consultancy working with major Studios, television broadcasters, cable networks, streaming services, production companies and other leaders in digital entertainment to better identify and leverage opportunity and assess and manage risk.

About Our Internship Program

Screen Engine/ASI offers paid and unpaid internships to students for academic credit. Once accepted in the program, students work within our various departments to apply their knowledge and skills in a professional setting while still in school. Interning in a field of choice will stand out on students’ resumes and will help them with their job search after graduation. Participating interns gain on-the-job training that integrates education and career development, while our teams benefit from the contributions or creative and innovative students. Everyone that students interact with during their internship is now a contact. These contacts can provide introductions to other people within the industry and can help guide the students’ career path as they make their way into the business world.

How the Program Benefits Participating Students

Our internship program benefits participating students in the following ways:

  • Career related experience
  • Gains practical knowledge
  • Opportunity to explore career avenues
  • Valuable work experience for their resumes
  • Potential to earn academic credit
  • Increased self-confidence
  • Enhances conventional classroom learning methods
  • Potential letters of recommendations from department leaders
  • Obtain professional references from co-workers

FAQs for Students

1.Why should I look at an internship?
An internship with Screen Engine/ASI allows you the opportunity to apply your knowledge and your skills in a professional environment while still in school. You will gain valuable work experience, make new contacts, and explore potential career avenues. The training that you will receive primarily benefits you, not our company.

2.Do you offer a paid internship?
Screen Engine/ASI offers paid and unpaid internships.

3. How do I earn academic credit for my internship?
Academic credit varies by college. Please partner with your academic advisor at your school for more information and to determine if you will qualify to earn academic credit.

4. What will my work schedule be?
Internships are available during the winter, spring, summer and fall semesters/quarters. Work schedules will be flexible depending upon individual department requirements and your college’s/university’s predetermined number of hours to receive academic credit. Typically, interns work between 10 to 20 hours per week. We will work with you to coordinate your schedule for school or other activities.

5. What happens at the end of the internship?
At the end of the internship, you will conduct an “exit interview” with Human Resources to discuss your overall assessment of the internship experience.

6. I am ready! How do I apply for an internship with your company?
As a potential intern, we encourage you to:

  • Analyze your skills, values and interests to determine the location and working environment desired.
  • Check with your college/university for qualifications and requirements on academic credit.
  • Prepare a resume and cover letter and have them critiqued at your career center.
  • Network with alumni, college professors, friends, and family.

When you are ready, send your resume, you cover letter and when you are available to begin an internship to

2023 Submission Date:  By April 30th