Media Education Intern
Description: This position is for someone with a passion for media and education to help us expand our media education program. The education program includes youth-oriented programs offered in collaboration with local schools, community classes open to all, certification classes in public access production and post-production equipment, youth and professional internships, as well as outreach, marketing and communications.
Media education interns will work with the Media Education Coordinator to:
Help to develop new programs and classes; publicize classes on external webistes; help produce videos developed by the Education Department; design/improve promotional materials and public relations strategies; teach or assist with teaching of computer literacy and video production/post-production; data entry; and outreach to schools and nonprofit organizations to promote classes and workshop.
Qualifications: Applicants must have excellent writing and organizational skills, along with outstanding presentation skills, an interest in media education, experience living and working in diverse communities, and a passion for community access and/or independent media. Teaching or education coordination experience is a plus. A strong knowledge of video production and post-production (i.e., Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, etc.) is required, as interns will be assisting to teach classes and workshops.
To apply, please complete the online Media Education Internship application, and be sure to upload your cover letter and resume within this form. If called for an interview, you will be asked to bring a writing sample and a copy of your resume.
If you have questions, email: firstname.lastname@example.org