Internship Track: Communications
Type of Internship: Videography
Country: USA
Teaser: Gain international field experience while working with communications and branding experts to create resources for a global audience. Have the opportunity to effectively engage the OM community using creative web and social media outlets. Create and execute new marketing initiatives and projects while being exposed to international and multicultural subjects and settings.
Suggested Dates: Three semesters a year – Spring, Summer and Fall - APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2017 NOW CLOSED. Now accepting applications for Spring 2018 and Summer 2018.
Date Flexibility:
Set Dates: Spring 2018 (January 15–April 20) Summer 2018 (June 4-July 27)
Compensation: Apartment housing on the OM USA campus is included in an internship commitment, as well as a $500.00 monthly stipend for living costs.
Number of Interns Needed: 1
Positions still available: 1
Description: The internship begins with informal training in developing communications tools for the web and promotional use for the international non‐profit organization. During the internship, the intern may spend 1-4 weeks at a time at OM field locations or projects, meeting ministry leaders, and visiting ministry locations. In the course of this time, the intern will create videos for OM USA. The intern returns to OM USA after each field visit to edit communications resources and debrief with internship supervisor. All video footage will be edited and submitted to OM USA before the intern completes the internship.
Skills/ Experience Required: Must have a proven ability to produce quality videos. Applicant must submit the link to an online portfolio of his/her work for review and evaluation. Video projects must be filmed, edited, finalized, and submitted to the Director of Marketing.
Qualifications of on-field supervisor:  
Is a homestay with a national possible? No


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