A group of over 50 Marist students on the set of ABC's Who Wants to be a Millionaire
Marist College's proximity to New York, the largest media market on earth, is one reason for our outstanding internship program. It also allows frequent field trips to broadcast and production facilities.
Every semester Marist students have the opportunity to be in the audience of a nationally-televised program. The trip always includes a question-and-answer session with a senior production professional, and a guided tour of the studio, control room, and backstage areas. Often students will be invited to apply for jobs or internships at the facilities they visit.
A group of Marist students pose for a photo with Steve Wilkos, host of The Steve Wilkos Show produced by NBC Universal.
Marist students receive a backstage tour at Who Wants to be a Millionaire.
At right, Jim Tomlinson, Executive in Charge of
Production, gives career tips to Marist
students on the set of NBC's
The Meredith Viera Show.
Above, students outside NBC's headquarters at 30 Rockefeller Center
Right, Adam Sorota answers questions about the television
industry. Sorota is Executive Director of the Stamford Media
Center, home of The Maury Show, The Steve Wilkos Show,
and The Jerry Springer Show.