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Posted: January 18 2015
Company Location: Bowie, MD
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid (College Credit Required)
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DescriptionWe're 5:55 Society, a benefit LLC and new kind of digital media publisher that creates engaging multiplatform content for how millennials really live and gives back to families in the process.
We need an intern ASAP for one of our websites aimed at millennial women. Are you a cord cutter, YouTuber, entertainment news or reality show junkie who has an insatiable curiosity, solid video production skills and never veers too far from a data signal or Wi-Fi? Then this is the internship for you.
- Receive feedback from your supervisor on each assignment and participate in regular video chats to answer your burning questions about the media world
- Be given a chance to develop projects of your choice, to be completed under professional supervision
- Get a chance to apply your coursework to real professional situations
- Develop your skills
- Build a portfolio
Interns who consistently perform well over the course of the internship will also get a LinkedIn recommendation.
ResponsibilitiesInterns will edit short videos regularly (at least two a week) for the Internet and social media. The intern will also pitch video stories that she or he will shoot and edit under the supervision of our staff. Other projects may be assigned as well.
To apply, respond with a resume and a minimum of three production samples. You must also include a cover letter that explains what you did in each video, details your relevant coursework and list three TV shows, Web series and/or YouTube vloggers you love and why in terms of content and technical merit.
Majoring in journalism, film, TV production or communications (preference will be given to upperclassmen and grad students)
Able to work independently
A creative eye and positive attitude
Consistent Internet access
Computer or tablet
Video chat account (FaceTime or Google Hangouts preferred)
Your own equipment (video camera or DSLR that shoots 1920x1080p and editing software, preferably Adobe Premiere Pro)