Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress is looking for a Video Production/Editing Intern for the Summer 2022. Intern would receive mentoring from Adam Bosch, SUNY New Paltz alumnus and President of Pattern for Progress, and other staff.
Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress is a not-for-profit, focusing on public policy, planning and advocacy organization. Located in Newburgh, NY, Pattern creates regional solutions to quality of life issues by bringing together business, nonprofit, academic and civic leaders to collaborate on issues. Topics include municipal sharing and local government efficiency, affordable housing, revitalization of urban areas, land-use policy, transportation and other infrastructure issues that impact the growth and vitality of the regional economy.
Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress is working to stimulate local economies and businesses through their Main Street – Hudson Valley initiative which seeks to rebuild community centers after the COVID-19 pandemic. Community growth and prosperity is at the center of Pattern’s mission.
Students who take pride in community building and service are encouraged to apply.
- Produce, film and edit a number of educational and promotional videos for Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress.
- Projects would include a series of 5 videos that highlight people who benefit from affordable housing and the need for more of it across the region; and promotional videos for various Pattern for Progress events.
- Videos would range in length from 30 seconds to 4 minutes.
- Intern would be expected to participate in brainstorming and story-boarding sessions, on-site shoots, and perform the final editing of the videos.
- The housing videos would be used on social media channels, but also shown at various public and nonprofit boards across the region to highlight the need for affordable housing and the tools that leaders can use to encourage more of it.
- Projects would be subject to specific schedules and deadlines, review, etc.
- Intern would also have the opportunity to participate in regional events about cybersecurity, electric cars, housing, main street vitality and other issues.
Intern would be expected to work 3-5 days a week.
Intern will be able to use all the products they produce for the purposes of resumés, job applications, etc, and would receive a recommendation from Hudson Valley Pattern of Progress at the end of their time.
Interns will engage in meaningful work and receive insightful mentorship.
To apply contact email@example.com. Send resumé and brief note containing links to any produced, shot and edited projects done by student as a part of coursework.