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The South Carolina Film Commission (SCFC) and Trident Technical College (TTC) have teamed up to implement a Production Career Intern Program for residents beginning their careers in production. The program provides extensive hands-on training in a variety of departments on film and TV projects, supplying real-world experience and relationships with department heads and established crew.

Interns are placed on a rolling basis, will be paid an hourly wage, and are expected to work up to 60-hours a week for 4-6 weeks. Lodging, per diem, and other travel are typically not provided; Interns must have a place to stay in the shooting area of each project.

Below are more details on the program. Apply below.

  • Applicants must be 18 years old or older.
  • Applicants do NOT have to be currently enrolled at TTC or any other education institution to be eligible.
  • Any current South Carolina resident with some professional experience as outlined in their submitted resume is eligible. Resume MUST also include a reference from at least one production professional.
  • Interns select their preferences for department in the application and will be matched to that department where possible. 
  • Start dates will be determined by the schedule of participating Productions and the availability of selected candidates. Those could occur any time during the year.
  • Interns will be required to work 5-days a week for no more than 12-hours per day for up to 4-6 weeks. Exact schedule will depend on final production schedule and Productions’ needs. Interns will be paid $10/hour by TTC. 
  • Interns will be overseen by a direct supervisor on each Production and a TTC Intern Coordinator. Any Intern can be terminated by Production at any time for any reason sufficiently related to poor performance. 

PLEASE NOTE: By agreement with participating Productions, only Interns with some production experience will be placed. All candidates must show some production experience and core production competencies on their required resume.


The South Carolina Film Commission has teamed up with The Costuming Academy for a comprehensive, on-line training on COSTUMING for the production industry. Upon completion, trainees will leave with first-day confidence, knowing the language of a Costumer and understand the skills being used, whether they’re starting as a PA or an entry-level Costumer.  

The training is free and open to any qualified South Carolina resident.


The curriculum has been created by Costume veterans Donna Schultz and Sharon Sampson, opening a window into the wealth of knowledge available from industry professionals like themselves. Donna and Sharon will lead participants throughout the process, with a live orientation at the start of the five-module course (via Zoom), a live Q&A/Mentor session at the completion of the course (via Zoom), and six months of access to the TCA community, where they can continue to ask questions and network. 

If selected, trainees must commit to the following schedule:

  • Oct. 28: Virtual Start-up (approx. one hour)
  • Oct. 28-Nov 10: Independent Completion of Five Virtual Courses 
  • Nov. 11: Wrap-Up/Q&A/Mentoring (approx. two-hours)

The Five Virtual Courses cover:

  • Unions & Productions (full overview of every production department and how costumers works with each one) 
  • Entry Level Costumer (what you need to know to get started) 
  • Set Protocol for Costumers 
  • Shopping and Returns 
  • Tools of the Trade

Once completed, trainees will be eligible for placement on film, TV and commercial internships in Costumes and other departments through SCFC’s Statewide Production Intern Program. (Placement and other opportunities are not guaranteed.)

In order to qualify, you must:

  • Be a current South Carolina resident. 
  • Be 18-years-old or over.
  • Have some experience in the fashion, sewing, tailoring or similar trades, and/or have some professional production experience. 
  • Be able to commit to attending and completing all elements of the training.
  • Be able to complete all task types in the ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS section of the application below.

Space is limited and slots are NOT guaranteed. Not everyone who applies will be enrolled. Only those willing to commit to completing the training and are serious about a career in professional Costume Departments should apply.

Applicants selected for the training will be informed by Oct. 22 and will receive additional details then.


Thank you for considering South Carolina for your project. The goal of this application is to qualify your project for the many incentives South Carolina offers production. To ensure this, a SC Film Commission (SCFC) representative is ready to answer any questions you may have about completing this application. Please contact us at (803) 737-1785 so that we may assist you.

Under the South Carolina Freedom of Information Act, SC Code Section 30-4-40(a)(9), your application is exempt from disclosure until the South Carolina Film Commission and the South Carolina Film Evaluation and Advisory Committee approve your application or the incentive agreement is finalized, whichever is later.

The application must be completed and signed by an authorized agent or principal of the Production Company applying for the SC Film Incentives. Additionally, a signature by the person with fiduciary responsibility is required. The completed and signed application and all requested documents must be submitted electronically or via Overnight Delivery or U.S. Certified Mail. If more than one application is received by the SCFC on the same day, the time stamp will dictate the order of acceptance by the SCFC. The application, script, day of days schedule and line item budget with SC expenditures indicated, must be submitted to:

South Carolina Film Commission

1205 Pendleton Street, Room 225

Columbia, SC 29201

Phone: (803) 737-1785

Attention: Matt Storm


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