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Sunny day… Sweepin’ the clouds away… On my way to where the air is sweet… Can you tell me how to get… How to get a job at Sesame Street? Sesame Workshop is “a nonprofit educational organization making a meaningful difference in the lives of children worldwide by addressing their critical developmental needs.” How do they do that? By producing Sesame Street, of course. You may not realize how much work and research has gone into making Sesame Street the educational powerhouse that it is. They have a well defined process that is the key to consistently addressing educational needs.

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Although you probably know all about Sesame Street (don’t act like you don’t), you may have never know that Sesame Workshop existed. It all started in 1968 with an experiment in using television as an educational tool, and look where it’s landed 40 years later. To get a full sense of where Sesame Workshop stands now, you should read their most recent letter from the President. It’s amazing how far reaching Sesame Street has become and how many topics they are able to address through the same medium that they started with. If you’re fascinated by education, childhood development, and television production, there’s no better place for you to work than Sesame Workshop. It’s where all the brains behind one of tv’s longest running shows reside.

Sesame Workshop only has one job opening right now, and it’s not by definition entry level. Still, we’ve read over the job requirements carefully, and there’s nothing to make us think that there aren’t plenty of new college grads who have skills and experience to land the job. The position is as a Production Coordinator – Digital Media, so it does require quite a bit of technical knowhow. The job appears to be located in New York City, where Sesame Workshop is based out of, and you can apply directly from the job description. If you’re wondering what it’s like to work at Sesame Workshop, you can check out this recount of a Barnard student’s experiences with their internship program. We wish that Sesame Workshop had more job opportunities for new grads posted, but we’d imagine that their jobs get snapped up pretty quickly. Since they don’t have an RSS feed, you’ll have to check back diligently to see if/when they post new jobs.

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6 responses to “Sesame Workshop”

  1. Megan says:

    FYI: Sesame Workshop also has a temp program, which you can apply for through human resources. Sesame Workshop also has their own page through monster. The lack of current jobs can be explained though. After being in the temp program I was up for a temp to hire position then they called a week later to tell me there was now a hiring freeze at Sesame Workshop and this included temps. This was in October but there is still short term stuff available.

  2. Thanks for adding that Megan. It’s strange that they have a job posted if they’re under a hiring freeze (I hate that term), but it’s not a surprise that they’ve joined all of the other employers that are waiting for things to settle down before they resume hiring.

  3. Walt says:

    I’d like to add that they also just laid off 67 people, 20% of their staff.

  4. jody prusan says:

    how do you see the job postings for sesame workshop and how does one apply?

  5. pam grossman says:

    seconding jody: when i go to their employment page, it’s beautifully laid out (as is the whole site) but has no job listings—and nothing to click on to get the them. does this mean there’s nothing available? has anyone seen listings here?

  6. Tina says:

    I saw one job posted there currently “Quality Assurance Manager”. Good luck!

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