World Wildlife Fund’s Fundraising Development department is looking to supplement our written donor stewardship and cultivation materials (reports, proposals, etc.) with a pilot effort to create short video stories. These videos will virtually transport donors and prospects – including individuals, foundations and corporations – to WWF’s conservation projects around the world.
This is a unique opportunity for the right person to help launch a new initiative and to be part of taking WWF’s donor stewardship and cultivation program to the next level.
The intern will be expected to engage in two primary areas of focus:
(1) Video Editing – Capturing, organizing, and editing video footage to create short videos about WWF projects that engage donors/prospects using footage brought back from locations around the world, working closely with Development officers.
(2) Video Cataloging – reviewing, logging, and organizing video footage and clips.
We are looking for an intern who is:
- Detail-oriented and methodical
- A good project manager
- Great at working effectively with others
- Fluent in Adobe Premiere Pro for Mac
- Able to commit to 20 hours per week
- Graduate student preferred, but undergraduate (junior or senior) possible
- Some experience as a videographer preferred
- Background in Communications or Journalism preferred.
Unpaid. For all unpaid internships, applicants must be enrolled in school and be able to obtain academic course credit from their university.
How to apply: Please email a resume & cover letter with the subject line “Video Production Internship Application” to Catherine Varchaver at Catherine.Varchaver@wwfus.org