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744 Montgomery St, Suite 300
San Francisco, CA
DescriptionHere is a chance to do meaningful work while developing your professional expertise. ??WildAid is the only organization that focuses on reducing the demand for illegal wildlife products by specifically targeting consumers with engaging public service announcements and education initiatives.
Climate change is the biggest threat biodiversity and to the survival of endangered species; the same techniques used to affect consumer behavior in the illegal wildlife trade can be used to combat climate change.
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WildAid is looking for a media archival researcher intern who will be working closely with our staff in our San Francisco office to assist in the preproduction of documentaries/PSAs.?? Other special projects as assigned.
Intern work hours are 10am-4pm Monday thru Thursday. Hours within this timeframe are flexible, however a minimum of twelve hours per week is preferred. Stipend offered.
- Research stock footage and images
- Digital Media Archiving & Managing
- Media Filing
- Seek out and communicate with potential media licensers
?Please visit www.wildaid.org to download our intern/volunteer forms (found under About WildAid, then Volunteer/Internships) and complete. Submit forms along with your cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Please remember to state the internship for which you are applying for in the subject line of email. Due to high applicant volume you may not receive a response from WildAid. No phone calls or faxes please. Please send all questions and queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
?• Strong data collection and analysis skills. ?
• Able to work independently.
• Basic knowledge on media licensing/ copyrights.??
?• Background on Environmental Studies or related field.
• Experience with ResourceSpace or other digital asset management software
• Read & write in other foreign languages??