Paid Summer Internship — Freelance Videographer
ServeHere has a paid summer intern opening for a Radio, Film & Television major to tell the stories of several of our non-profit partners. These faith-based organizations are doing amazing things for people in the community and have great stories to tell. We need a motivated videographer to help tell them.
Moving people with your storytelling abilities is certainly a key part of this internship, but the nature of this role means you’ll learn a lot more than that. Having control over multiple client projects means you will have to master these key skills:
- Client engagement and communication
- Project planning and management
- Resource scheduling
- Script writing
Last summer, UT RTF major and ServeHere Videographer intern Jeff McQuitty produced five short videos for several organizations. These videos made a huge impact and were successfully used at fundraising events, volunteer recruitment drives, training sessions and in a wide range of online marketing activities.
Here are just a few of Jeff’s videos:
Foster Care & Adoption story for The Archibald Project:
Volunteer Impact videos for Mission Possible:
This internship provides an opportunity to sharpen your skills and work on something that really matters in the big picture of life. You’ll be helping clients help more people by enhancing community involvement, inspiring volunteer growth and raising funds to support their mission.
Beyond the skills you develop and sharpen, this summer you’ll grow as a person too — because ServeHere provides a Mentorship and Development program to grow you spiritually as well as professionally.
Interested in learning more? Click here to apply in just three minutes!