Campus minister Allison Moore, with Chaplain Michelle Ledesma-Baer, director of the Student Christian Center, are seeking a communications/media intern to raise the visibility of the campus Food Pantry and expand progressive Christian ministry beyond the Food Pantry, into food sustainability, food justice, cooking classes, nutrition workshops, etc.
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively
- Ability to document work–all accounts, all passwords, necessary info to hand off to a new intern next semester
- Be well-organized
- Be attentive to detail
The Maya Gold Foundation is planning a Community Event for December 9 and is looking for students to film and produce an edited video. The event is taking place at the Denizen Theatre, and will be an opportunity for two or three students to gain experience on a project. A small stipend is offered if needed. For information contact Matthew Swerdloff at:email@example.com
The Online News Association Conference, ONA20, is virtual this year and students can apply to volunteer to get the two weeks of programming for free. The conference will run from Oct. 1-16 and they are accepting applications on a rolling basis from now until the start of the conference. Apply early for your best chance!
They have a variety of roles available. They’re recruiting volunteers to help lead compelling conversations in session chats, staff the virtual help desk, welcome attendees at virtual receptions and help with some production and design tasks.
They are specifically looking for volunteers with experience in audio production, video production, newsletters, live coverage on Twitter and Instagram, writing, curation and more.
Any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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