Email IStobbe for additional application details.

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The Media Arts Studio of Cambridge, part of The Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, is looking for interns for the coming school year. The Media Arts studio creates a range of projects with High School students, who learn video production, animation, music composition, and sound recording/design skillsets. The students work on individual projects as well as produce a bi-weekly television show called Youth View Cambridge, filmed in their multi-camera on-site television studio.

Please see below details for intern options, and reach out with any application questions to Ingrid Stobbe, at

Media Arts Studio Internship Guidelines

Option 1: Day to Day Intern:
• 1-2 days a week, 1 semester
• Assists in instructing students with any of their daily task and projects

Option 2: Project based Intern:
• 1-2 days a week 1-2 semesters
• Design a video project for high schoolers to work on during the course of the year.
• Managing the collection and final production of this project

Option 3: Subject based Intern:
• 1 day a week, 1 semester
• Instructing students in one of the Media Arts Studio core subjects
• Teaching will focus on specific skills: animation/editing/audio mixing or acting.

Option 4: Specialized Intern:
•One day a week, 1-2 semesters:

Sports intern
• Co-film live sport games with staff
• Manages Sports filming schedule

Inventory manager
•Checks equipment out for students
• Teaches basic ins and outs of equipment use
•Manages equipment

News intern
•Supervises the filming of Youth news show (Youth View Cambridge)
•Manages the scheduling of projects for show and dates to shoot the youth news show

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This is a part time position: 30 hours (4 days) per week, with benefits. 

$38,407.20 – $41,605.20 Annually


MassArt’s Center for Art and Community Partnerships (CACP) partners with people and communities within and beyond MassArt to radically expand access to transformative creative experiences. MassArt’s Artward Bound is a free four-year college access program that prepares 9-12th grade Boston-area students interested in art and design with the artistic, academic, and life skills needed to thrive in college and beyond.The Program Coordinator for Radical Imagination for Racial Justice serves a vital role in the facilitation and coordination of a community building and re-granting initiative for artists of color through Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the City of Boston, in partnership with the Surdna Foundation’s Thriving Cultures program.Their role will be informed by the collaboration among MassArt’s Center for Art and Community Partnerships (CACP) and Artward Bound program, in partnership with the City of Boston’s Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture. They will be responsible for developing and implementing support systems for artists, community partners, and organizational staff to successfully carry out the Radical Imagination for Racial Justice regranting program.

Summary of Duties

Responsible for program management support to MassArt (CACP + Artward Bound) and City of Boston’s (Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture) partnership as re-grantors for the “Radical Imagination for Racial Justice” (RIRJ) initiative including but not limited to:

Build relationships with participating thought partners including representatives from various departments at MassArt and City of Boston

Serve as a liaison to RIRJ Advisory Group members, artists, and community members re: RIRJ regranting program

Communicate with RIRJ Advisory Group; panelists; artists; potential applicants; routing press to the appropriate departments when necessary

Coordinate and manage calendar of events and programs

Arrange meetings, panels, and gatherings including location bookings and confirmations

Prepare meeting materials

Communicate to various event / program / meeting attendees prior to and post gatherings

In collaboration with MassArt’s Director of Grants and the City of Boston’s Art Resource Manager, support RIRJ grantees with technical assistance including but not limited to:

application support

guidance on applications and project goals

resource sharing

Manage documentation and evaluation processes for RIRJ initiative including but not limited to:

Create and organize notes and other written documentation from team meetings and program gatherings

Maintain photo documentation of gatherings related to the RIRJ initiative implementation

Create surveys to assess program and processes

Contribute to the creative storytelling of the RIRJ regranting program

Support other assessment mechanisms of program outcomes as needed

Work in collaboration with MassArt Director of Grants and supervisor(s) as needed to ensure grant monies are effectively stewarded, including but not limited to:

Support Advisory Group members and artist grantees with appropriate paperwork and information to receive payments

Communicate payment schedules

Other Duties:

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Frequent travel between MassArt, City Hall, and other accessible locations throughout Boston.

Hours are flexible; some evenings or weekends will be required.

Minimum Qualifications: We seek candidates with professional experience in the following fields: community development, civic practice, administration, art or design, education, and/or related fields.

Education / Work Requirements: We accept applications from candidates with a minimum of 6 years professional experience in community-based programming related to the fields stated above.ORBachelor’s degree; andMinimum of two years professional experience in community-based programming related to the fields stated above.OR

Graduate degree; and Minimum of one year professional experience in community-based programming related to the fields stated above.

 Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Demonstrated experience collaborating effectively with a wide range of people and/or communities, including but not limited to: artists, designers, culture workers, etc.

Ability to build and grow positive relationships with key constituents at MassArt, City of Boston, and the broader community.

Experience with programs that uplift an equity agenda.

Demonstrated experience in providing access and/or opportunities to under-represented communities of color.

Familiarity with digital survey tools; ability to organize data creatively and effectively

Familiarity with web-based graphic design tools and/or software

Proficiency with Google-Suite (Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Calendar, Gmail) or equivalent software experience.

Ability to analyze and synthesize data and information in a concise manner and make recommendations to improve processes.

Strong verbal and written communication skills

Extremely well organized; ability to work with complex project logistics and multiple deadlines.

Fluency in a language besides English a plus (Spanish; Haitian Creole; Mandarin); Please see:* The ability to work effectively with diverse groups.

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Reporting to the Executive Producers for Stories from The Stage (SFTS), a WORLD CHANNEL/WGBH production produced in our studios in front of a live audience, the Production Assistant will assist with all aspects of pre-production, production and post-production of SFTS. Responsibilities include: clerical support, research, development, and content preparation, gathering and assembling shooting equipment, striking equipment at the end of production, ordering and setting up catering, transcriptions, logging. The Production Assistant would be responsible for creating stories and assets to share via social media platforms, including Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. The Production Assistant would also develop promotional materials such as postcards for SFTS. Schedule changes according to production.

RESPONSIBILITIES • Create promotional materials to be distributed to audiences (postcards, etc) • Order and manage craft services for production • Research (stories, talent, etc) • Print schedules, questions, bios, etc. needed for production • Assist with production, help organize equipment, etc. • Help coordinate talent • Operate or assist with DSLR camera • Prepare interview transcriptions • Help create social media/digital assets (Insta stories, promos, clips, graphics, etc.) • Shutdown and archive materials

SKILL SET • Strong writing skills • Ability to proficiently assist with DSLR camera production shoots. • Ability to create assets using Photoshop. • Strong organizational skills and experience in managing multiple projects simultaneously. • Positive attitude, with the ability to work with Executive Producers, Sr. Producers, Editors and others in a collaborative / team environment – often working toward stringent time deadlines and changing priorities. • Candidates for this position should have proven editorial and computer skills as well as the ability to work quickly and accurately under deadline.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE College degree or equivalent related work experience required. 1-3 years of TV Production experience required; Studio Production experience is preferred. Experience with social media platforms and social media campaigns/promotions. JOB

SPECIFICS Project Contract position for 52 weeks This is a CWA Local 1400 union position.

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Documentary Educational Resources (​DER​) is the only independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization fostering creation, preservation, and engagement in cross-cultural documentary film. We connect filmmakers, educators and source communities through production support, distribution, and access to non-fiction media.

  • We have a variety of film distribution and marketing/outreach projects that can be tailored to interns’ specific skills and interests. The internship provides a great opportunity to learn about the changing business of educational media distribution and the history of documentary film in a small, friendly office atmosphere.

    • Participate in marketing strategy and promotion of new releases.
    • Submit films to film festivals, journals, and conferences.
    • Assist in social media outreach.
    • Participate in film acquisitions meetings. This is a great opportunity to watch new filmson the festival circuit!
    • Assist staff members in creating mailing and other marketing lists.
    • Occasional general office tasks.

Interns must be able to commit a minimum of 15 hours/week (days and times are flexible). This internship is unpaid, but course credit is available.

Above all, an interest in documentary film, educational resources and global cultures, and an eagerness to learn. Background/interest in education and/or anthropology a plus! Additionally:

  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Must be able to work independently according to instruction.
  • Experience using social media platforms.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

Proficiency in Filemaker or other databases, or in Adobe Creative Suite applications, especially Photoshop, InDesign & Illustrator a plus, but not necessary.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to​ ​​

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“Small film studio looking for extra Production Assistants and Interns to assist in local film productions. No experience required. Students welcome. You’ll be assisting in transporting gear, setting up lights, and other various film equipment.

Must have drivers license and ability to lift 30lbs.”

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Digital Cinema and Audio Internships at Talamas now accepting applications! Link below:

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• Message for further details:

WIFVNE is seeking interns from across New England who can help us Change the Lens!

WIFVNE is seeking students who are reliable, accountable, and entrepreneurial.  Interns build their experience and make connections with other WIFVNE members.  WIFVNE seeks candidates in four different project areas:  social media, graphics, website updating, and events. Activities for each area may include:

Social Media

* Assist WIFVNE create and send newsletters, Member Spotlights, Close-up Features

* Assist WIFVNE in curating and posting to Twitter and Instagram; Post information, and curate information on a closed Linked-in group; connect WIFVNE members via these social media outlets


* Create graphics for use on the WIFVNE website and on social media media

* Knowledge of Photoshop or Illustrator preferred


* Assist WIFVNE post news and events to its website

* Create new pages of resources

* Knowledge of WordPress needed


* Assist WIFVNE at WIFVNE-sponsored and industry events.

* Duties may include event set-up and break-down, staffing a check-in table, and collecting contact information from attendees.

* For students with camera or editing experience, camera operation/recording events and/or editing footage opportunities may be arise and be offered

WIFVNE internships require only a few hours per week and have a tremendous impact on the organization.  WIFVNE interns work remotely, on a flexible schedule, with check-ins with WIFVNE Board members.  Four month commitment requested.

Interested?  Want to learn more?  Please send an email to with the subject line Intern, and the project area of interest.  Please provide a phone number, and attach a resume.

Yours in Film,

Alecia Orsini

President, WIFVNE Board

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• Message for further details:

I’d like to direct you to glance at the official Internship page of WGBH. There are two primary areas you may find of interest- Digital Production and TV Production. Each has a list of available internship positions, with further descriptions available by clicking on the link. If there is an internship role you find that you would like to know more about, let me know and we’ll get that ball rolling. Link Below:

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• Message for further details:

“WIFVNE is sponsoring a screening of The Luring on Thursday, November 7 followed by a short panel with the director (Christopher Wells) and DP (Amanda McGrady) and maybe another cast/crew member.  WIFVNE members plus cast & crew will be invited to an after-party.  We’re looking for someone to be our photographer for the event.  Let us know if you’re interested!”

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• Message for further details:

“We’re writing to let you know about an internship opportunity at “Basic Black” at WGBH in Boston.

The internship position at “Basic Black” will provide opportunities for the candidate to learn about the many aspects of studio television production including production coordinating and scheduling, direction, and production management.

Duties and activities include:

  • Assist the production staff in various aspects of production such as logging tapes, video duplication, videotape research and attaining Appearance, Music and Materials Releases when applicable
  • Research show topics via newspapers, magazines, and on-line services and keeping timely files on various topics and issues pertaining to Basic Black
  • Attend staff and story development meetings when available
  • Attend all studio productions when available
  • Assist in video production for the Basic Black website
  • Provide clerical and administrative support to the Production Coordinator and Executive Producer to learn administrative aspect of production”

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NOVEMBER 12th @ Pen + Brush, NYC


• Message for further details or to be put in touch with National Committee.

“We want to video tape the hour long discussion with speakers who will be talking about their journey as entrepreneurs. We are looking for a pro bono or minimal cost professional who might be motivated by working with us to fundraise for UN Women’s mission of women’s empowerment and gender equality.”

• Opportunity for Reel
• Possibility of lower end Compensation
• Would need to provide Equipment

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MASS MEDIA EXPO CALL FOR STUDENT VOLUNTEERSLooking for volunteers on Friday, November 1st and Saturday, November 2nd to join our event team atMASS MEDIA EXPO – the local film and media industry’s annual conference. 
The Expo includes exhibitions from over 40 creative film and media companies, panels and talks with industry leaders, film screenings, and more!
Volunteering at the Expo is a great way to be part of an exciting event and experience a lot of what Boston’s film and media industry has to offer, and meet fellow film and media students from across the city. It’s a lot of fun!
Friday, Nov 1st is a setup day, the event is on Saturday, Nov 2nd. Volunteer team members receive free admission to Mass Media Expo. Meals are provided.
Volunteers for the setup day on Nov 1st are given priority positions for Nov 2nd. 


Sign up on the volunteer page: 
Please Note: You must be available for the full time of shifts selected. 
INCLUDE (on the registration form)
  • Your full name.
  • College or Institution and academic year. 
  • Email and phone number.
  • Select hours of availability for November 1st and/or November 2nd. 
  • WGBH is located at 1 Guest St, Boston, MA 02135. Public transportation is available, and free parking in the WGBH garage. 
Subject: Expo Volunteers