The reason is fairly obvious -- Interning is a simple, menial and negligible trade, and despite our best attempts to fool people into believing we are important (i.e. creating this board), no interest has been generated.
You can do better than that. There are bad interns and good interns; I know because I have had and been both. Last year I completed an internship with JPMorgan Chase and the elevator could not get me out of the building fast enough. Earlier this year, I finished an internship at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and they were ready to name the floor after me. There are a number of complex factors determining how each internship plays out and some of those factors are in your hands.
let's say you want to intern at a studio:how do you approach said studio?
do you contact them by mail,phone,etc. or do you "ring their bell" ie. you show up at the studio?
is a curriculum needed?
Some would say that, because I have not yet interned at a recording studio, I should defer this question to others. I have never yet let ignorance stand in the way of expressing a point of view, so I will carry on.
People always appreciate it when others do their homework. Find out who has interned there before, how they got the gig, what this place is looking for in their interns and why this place is best for you. Posting on message boards is a good start, but don't let that end it for you. Be persistent and optimistic in your approach.
thank you in advance and sorry for my bad english.
No problem here, but I cannot promise that others on this board will be so forgiving. It's a tough bunch.
= Justin, intern until August