Rising Tide Interactive is currently accepting applications for our paid video production internship for the spring semester.
What you'll do:
Watch, organize, and catalog video footage and files
Recommend visuals for RTI’s digital videos by finding stock footage and imagery for a variety of projects
Organize assets for the Creative Team
Assist the Creative Team with other tasks that align with your skills and goals
You'll learn the ins and outs of digital video production processes and tactics and creative management from a dedicated team of creatives, and gain useful experience managing and maintaining organization of large files.
his internship can be customized to your skills and goals – if you are more interested in the creative and technical aspects of video editing, we'll give you tasks that help you grow those skills, or if you are more interested in backend process and project management, we'll pivot your tasks that way.
The important stuff:
Paid internship? Yep! We pay a $15/hour stipend
You can work part-time (15-20 hours/week)
Summer internships typically run from May 25th to August 14th, but we’re flexible with start/end dates
Location: our offices in D.C.
Nuts & bolts:
Send your application to ProductionBeast | Film and TV Production Jobs with “Spring 2020 Internship” in the subject line.
Note in your email or cover letter that you’re applying for the video production internship.
Applications should be submitted by the end of the day on March 16, 2020. Final selection decisions will be made and communicated to applicants by April 6, 2020.
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