Bayliss Foundation Readies Third Summer Internship Program
June 12, 2007 at 1:22 PM (PT)
The JOHN BAYLISS BROADCAST FOUNDATION this month will launch the third summer of its radio-industry internship program. Started in 2005 by Board President CARL BUTRUM, the program matches college and university students who plan a career in radio broadcasting with a major radio company, allowing the student to work as a paid intern for the summer.
BAYLISS funds have been supplemented this year by a $10,000 grant from the GREEN FAMILY FOUNDATION, which honors broadcasting mogul HOWARD L. GREEN, former President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the NEW JERSEY BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION. "We are blessed that other foundations recognize and support our work." said Bayliss Foundation President CARL BUTRUM. "HOWARD GREEN spent a lifetime in the broadcast business, and we are grateful that the GREEN FOUNDATION Board joins us in supporting those young people pursuing a career in radio."
For more information, visit www.BaylissFoundation.org or call BUTRUM at (212) 424-6410.