Documentary Blogger and Social Media Intern

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Documentary Blogger and Social Media Intern
Must submit your online social media names and amount of followers very important!
DocuThesis is looking a writer to join its growing team of academic and documentary storytellers.

DocuThesis is an innovative documentary company that strives to make the most of the power and beauty of documentary filmmaking for researchers.

Some of our clients include UC Irvine, the University of Southern California and Stanford University. DocuThesis are used to connect the public and policy makers to engaging research from Universities around the US to continue community and financial support. These DocuThesis are distributed strategically through a number of channels like email campaigns, websites, social networks, events, and so on.

If you are a talented writer looking for a way to deepen your communication experience, have a positive social impact, grow your reel, this is a great opportunity.

To view the most current sites of our company please visit:
www.DOCUmovement.com
https://vimeo.com/114185763

This is initially an unpaid position/internship but can turn into a paid project for the right candidate.

Interested candidates must provide a link to your CV or LinkedIn profile, brief letter of intent (why you’re interested in the the position), sample, and a general sense of your availability in the next 3 months.

www.DocuThesis.com

Responsibilities

Blogging about new DocuThesis you find interesting.
This include but are not limited to
Polical Science
Energy Economics
Literature
Theatre Drama
Science
Law
Education
Business

Requirements

Good writing ability or interest in blogging or writing stories.
Must submit your online social media names and amount of followers very important!
Interest in innovation and doing new things online and offline.
Creative
Motivated
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