Intern (unpaid) – Podcast Producer -Startup Talk with Millard & Andrew Podcast

The goal of launching Startup Talk with Millard & Andrew Podcast (STMAP, pronounced “Streetmap”) is to give a voice to the countless founders, angel investors, incubators, supporters, and startup events located in San Diego; and to map the ever-changing ecosystem comprising our fragmented San Diego startup scene.

STMAP seeks fun, dedicated, and innovative interns (4-8 hours per week). STMAP interns will have the opportunity to work in a highly collaborative group environment. The STMAP team has a wealth of experience and networks in the start-up sector, which will be very beneficial for students interested in this cornerstone sector of the San Diego region. Applications are open on a rolling basis.


  • Help with preparation of episodes and with distribution after episodes are recorded. This will include writing show notes, pitching stories, and updating the website and social media.
  • For those with audio editing experience (Adobe Audition, Audacity, Garage Band, Pro Tools, etc), perform post-production on audio files to get them ready for distribution. This will include putting files through the basic filters, seamlessly removing requested clips, adding music or other audio as needed.
  • For those with availability, produce episodes, including operating the recording equipment and software.
  • Prospective interns should be motivated and have a passion for the audio medium.

Apply with:

  • Your resume
  • Cover letter

Only basic training will be provided because, hey, we’re new to this too. Please send your application materials to


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