The Natural Resources Conservation Service in Iowa, in a project partnership with Drake University, seeks a Video Production Intern. This part-time position would be up to 20 hours per week, including travel time and would require a driver’s license.
20 % travel
30 % videography/photography
50% video editing/production
Position requires knowledge and experience working with Final Cut Pro or similar digital video editing software; experience using HD video cameras and wireless microphones.
Duties will include arranging and conducting video shoots (including b-roll and interviews) and editing short videos for uploading to YouTube.
Candidates would submit five work samples of both video shooting and editing skills.
Paid position at $15/hour.
Interested students should submit resume and five work samples (including at least one writing sample) to Carlyn Crowe, SJMC Internship Coordinator, 120 Meredith. Applications must be received by Wednesday Sept. 10.
For additional information or questions can be directed to Carlyn Crowe in 120 Meredith, or Laura Crowell at NRCS at 515-323-2207.